Full Groom

At Tamed Tails Dog Grooming, I treat your dog as I would my own.

 

I take the time with each individual dog to make sure they feel safe and reassured during their grooms.

 

I use 100% natural, paraben-free shampoo, ensuring the best quality of care for your dog's skin and the highest quality equipment on the market to ensure that your dog is well-presented, happy and healthy.

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Teeth Cleaning (with CleanyTeeth™)

Teeth cleaning is a key component to a dog’s health and let me tell you why.

Did you know that dental disease is the second most common disease in dogs?

Poor dental hygiene can result in a host of medical problems. Some of the more common issues are:

Gingivitis;

Periodontal disease;

Tooth loss;

Infection; and

Difficulty eating. 

Plaque builds up on canine teeth, just like it does on human teeth.

According to experts, conventional brushing is not suitable to prevent tartar. Many dog ​​owners complain that their dogs do not accept toothbrushes. This is why dental care with ultrasound is most effective for dogs.
 

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De-matting

Lets tame those Tails! There are many breeds of dog with fur that often are more prone to having a matted coat. A mucky pup who enjoys his time spent in a puddle can result in the matts tightening (whoopsy!). Don't worry, I am here to help! 

Where possible I use equipment and supplies to break the matt but this may cause distress and pain to your pup and clipping the coat may be the kindest option. The coat will grow back so don't worry!


Regular brushing and combing between grooms will help keep you and your pup happy and will also help prevent any further matting. 
 

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Nail Clipping

Nail clipping is included in every appointment however I offer stand-alone nail clip appointments. 

Nail clipping is important as overgrown nails can affect the joints in dogs, causing limping and pain to the dog. Also, overgrown nails can curve into their pads, which can lead to infection.

On average, dogs should have their nails clipped every eight weeks, keeping them short and  comfortable.