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Posted on 06-16-2017

Pet Grooming With Our Uniontown & Hartville Veterinarian Staff

If you're a pet owner living near Uniontown, Harville, Green, Ellet, and other communities near Springfield Township, then we encourage you to save the number to our full-service animal hospital. Our Uniontown and Hartville veterinarian team offer a full range of veterinary services to meet your dog's or cat's needs--including pet grooming! Our pet grooming staff has years of experience working with dogs and cats of all sizes and ages. We use state-of-the-art equipment and supplies, and do our very best to create a calm and welcoming environment for your pet. 

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3 Reasons Why Pet Grooming Is Important--Especially In The Summer

Spring and summer is a great time of year to schedule a hair cut and styling appointment for your pet. Here are 3 reasons why:

  1. Helps you stay on top of shedding. If you have an animal that sheds, you probably see an increase in shedding around the spring season. This is natural, since your pet is getting rid of its winter coat as the weather heats up. A professional grooming session helps get rid of excess hair, which keeps your pet cooler in the summer--and keeps your house a little bit cleaner, too.
  2. Keeps your pet skin, coat, and nails tidy and trim. Not only is this good for your animal's appearance, but it's also good for your pet's health, too. Short clean nails and claws, for instance, are less likely to catch and tear on roots, twigs, rugs, and other items. Clean hair or fur is less likely to get burrs and mats in it, which may lead to discomfort or skin infections if left unmanaged. Besides, sometimes a rinse off with the backyard hose just isn't enough to get your pet smelling and looking clean after a swim in the pond or whatever fun in the sun your animal's been having! 
  3. Increase the chance of early detection of certain health problems. Our groomers are trained to inspect your pet's ears, nails, skin, coat, and overall body. If there are any signs of a potential problem--such as skin infections, yeast infections, lumps, cuts, tick bites, and so on, we'll be able to let you and your veterinarian in Uniontown know as soon as possible. 

Is Your Pet Due for a Summer Hair Cut? Schedule A Pet Grooming Appointment With Hartville & Uniontown Veterinarian Team

Don't put off what can easily be done today! Get your pet looking and feeling gorgeous just in time for those backyard barbecues and family road trips. To schedule your next pet grooming appointment or to speak with a Uniontown veterinarian, then call our animal hospital today at (330) 699-9937.

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