Dog Grooming Independence KY

Many dog owners don’t realize that grooming is essential to their pet’s well-being. It goes far beyond helping the dog look her best. Without consistent grooming, dogs can develop mats and grease in the fur that can have negative health consequences. Matted fur can tangle and become uncomfortable for your dog when you try to brush it out. Having matted fur on the bottom of the paws can even make it difficult for your dog to walk.

Lack of regular grooming can also cause a build-up of grease that increases the likelihood of your dog developing painful cysts on their skin.

Our Grooming Service Includes:

•    A Pattern Set Cut
•    Trim Face/Feet
•    Ear Cleaning
•    Shampoo Bath
•    Coat Conditioner
•    Blow Dry
•    Nail Trim 
•    Styling Brush/Scissor Work
•    Bandana

Routine grooming for small breed dogs starts at $52.00. Depending on the size of your dog, the price will be adjusted. If your pet has an ongoing skin condition that requires weekly therapeutic bath, please contact us for special pricing.

We also offer grooming for cats!

Choose Bach Veterinary Clinic for Your Dog’s Grooming

When you think about grooming your dog, it’s likely that your mind goes straight to the aesthetic appeal of it all, but did you know that there are many benefits from grooming your dog regularly? While your pooch may not look particularly scruffy or in need of a grooming session, doing so can bring many physical health benefits. We’re going to look at the importance of grooming your dog so that you can understand how much your dog could benefit from regular grooming from their vet and ultimately, to keep your pup happy, healthy, and looking their best!

Brushing their fur

Dogs fur can become matted over time, and our grooming staff will be able to brush your dog’s fur, which will also give them the chance to check their skin for any skin issues, unusual masses or tumors that you may have missed. After all, your dog can’t tell you where it hurts! Having their fur regularly brushed will also help the natural oils produced by your dog’s skin be evenly distributed on their fur, resulting in healthier skin and fur. Your dog will greatly benefit from having their fur brushed in the summer too, since doing this can help prevent hot spots on your dog’s skin, so be sure to take a trip to come see us at Bach Veterinary Clinic for a regular dog grooming!

Cleaning their eyes and ears

Like humans, dogs need their ears cleaned regularly to optimise their hearing and prevent the chances of any pain or discomfort for your dog. Our grooming staff will be able to clean your dog’s ears safely and gently, and it will also give them the chance to check for any infections or ear mites, which are tiny parasites that are itchy for your dog, and can also lead to infections.

Clipping their nails

Failure to take your dog to have their nails regularly clipped could lead to overgrown nails, which could become painful for your dog, hindering their ability to walk and run around. Not to mention accidentally scratching you or the furniture around your home. Our grooming staff will be able to delicately trim your dog’s nails to prevent this from happening.

Wash, cut, and blow-dry

Just like us, dogs feel better after a good wash and trim. While they may not feel the aesthetic pleasure of it all, having their fur trimmed can help keep your dog cool and leave them feeling clean and content. The Bach Veterinary Clinic grooming staff will be able to wash your dog with special shampoo and conditioner that’s safe for your dog’s skin, and trim their fur to the perfect length for your lifestyle and season. Keep your dog happy and healthy with regular visits to Bach Veterinary Clinic  for a grooming session! Dog grooming Independence KY can offer your dog high-quality grooming services if you’re looking for a dog groomer near you!

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At Bach Veterinary Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
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-Max Eastman, American Author