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If you’ve noticed something that is out of the norm with your dog or cat after seeing the pet groomer, by all means call the pet gromer as soon as you notice it. Your pet groomer would want to know if you are concerned about anyhting. Your pet groomer can’t help if they don’t know what concerns you may have. Problems can arise during and after a visit to the pet groomer. However, ALL precautions have been made by your pet groomer. Occasionally, the grooming process can expose hidden medical conditions or aggravate current ones. This is especially so if the dog or cat is not used to being handled or groomed regularly (everyday brushing, bathing, massaging paws, holding faces), is tangled, is a puppy, or is a senior dog or cat. These factors can make the dog or cat more at risk for stress, and injury. Most common is blood shot eyes, this can occur when the dog or cat stresses out (over brushing out tangles or using a dryer on the dog or cat and the dog or cat is not used to the grooming experience). Getting your dog or cat used to being handled, hearing loud noises and staying calm are key to a successful and positive grooming experience with a lasting relationship between you, your dog or cat and the pet groomer.
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