Can owners be present while their pet is being groomed?
Although mobile groomers are more flexible about this policy than stationary groomers, many mobile groomers do ask that owners not be present during the grooming session itself. However, others allow owners to be present, specifically if it helps calm the pet.
Do mobile pet groomers need to use the customer's water or electricity?
Mobile pet groomers do not need to use their customers’ water and mobile grooming vans usually have generators to supply power.
When should a puppy start seeing a groomer?
Puppies should be considered safely old enough to start seeing a groomer after their second round of vaccines, and just before their third. Many professionals say the proper age for a first groomer visit is 10-12 weeks old, but some prefer to wait till 16 weeks.
Is frequent bathing bad for pets?
Frequent bathing is thought by professionals, including vets, to be bad for pets. This is especially true if the pet is being bathed with shampoo that contains flea medication. Or, if the pet has protective oils in its coat. The most frequently you should bathe a dog is once weekly, and that can stretch out to quarterly for certain types of dogs.
What is included in a mobile cat grooming package?
A mobile cat grooming package includes bathing and brushing, nail trim and ear cleaning, basic fur cutting and drying (ideally, with the option of hand blow dry or towel dry).