Phillipsburg Pet Grooming
Clean Pets Are Happy Pets
Your pet likes feeling clean as much as you do. In order to protect your pet’s health and happiness, we recommend regular grooming. Your pet’s hygienic needs are much different from yours, but the Phillipsburg pet grooming team at Warren Animal Hospital can help you make sure your pet is getting everything they need to feel fresh.
Grooming services at Warren Animal Hospital include:
- Anal gland expression
- Ear cleaning
- Nail trimming
- Medicated baths
Pet grooming doesn’t have to be difficult or complicated. Next time you bring your pet in for their regular wellness exam, ask us about our grooming services.
Medicated baths can help ease many skin conditions in your pet. If he or she suffers from seborrhea (a noncontagious condition that can cause the skin to become dry and flaky or oily and scaly), a medicated bath can help alleviate the itching. Pets with allergies, flea infestations, and other skin issues may also find relief with a medicated bath.
We can recommend a bath after we’ve examined your pet and diagnosed the problem. Illnesses unrelated to the skin, such as thyroid disease, can also cause skin problems in pets, so we want to be sure we’re treating the root of the problem, not just a symptom.
Trimming your pet’s nails at home can be tricky, especially if your pet doesn’t like their paws to be touched. It’s important that you keep your pet’s nails trimmed and neat, otherwise your pet may suffer from ingrown nails or infection. The veterinarians at Warren Animal Hospital can help you learn how to better trim your pet’s nails at home. We are also able to give your pets a trim for you as part of your regular check-ups.
While our pets are typically very good at grooming themselves, the ears can be tricky for them to reach on their own. Cleaning your pet’s ears regularly can ensure that they don’t suffer from any build-up or hearing loss. If you’re unable to clean your pet’s ears yourself, our veterinary team can help.
Anal Gland Expression
Cats and dogs have a special gland next to their anus that produces a liquid substance that is usually expressed during a bowel movement. Sometimes, the liquid inside the gland can become thick or impacted, which can lead to discomfort as well as infection.
If your pet seems to be in pain while having a bowel movement, or if they’re rubbing their backsides on the ground (or your favorite rug), your pet may need their anal glands expressed. Our pet grooming team in Phillipsburg is here to help.
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