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Dog Grooming Machine – Secret of a good grooming

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The grooming machine for dogs is an indispensable item in any establishment that offers services related to the health and beauty of animals. With specific blades and varied formats, this instrument can now be found on the market aimed at the pet world in professional and domestic versions, allowing pet owners, with some experience in the subject, to make grooming in the comfort of their own homes.

However, it is worth remembering that it is not recommended that pet owners try to do this type of procedure on their dogs without having previously undergone any specific training, since the lack of experience on the part of the groomer can leave your pet with large holes and flaws in their coat. In more complicated cases, the lack of practice with grooming machine for dogs it can even form lesions on your pet’s skin, so: no playing with grooming without having received the proper instructions for that.

For those who are used to dealing with the universe of pets, the reminder described above may seem somewhat obvious, however, despite the huge amount of establishments that rely on the help of professionals in carrying out this type of service, a good part of the owners of dogs insist on trying to perform this task for themselves (mainly, in search of saving some change), making use of tools that are not suitable for grooming and can cause both aesthetic and physical problems in their innocent pets.

Check out, in this article, a little more information about this proper accessory for different types of grooming in dogs and its proper use.

The grooming machine

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ATTENTION: This content is for information only and does not replace consultation with a veterinarian or specialized service. Find a supplier near your home.

About the author

Rachel Madi

Veterinary Physician (CRMV-SP 20,567) graduated from the State University of Londrina – PR with a specialization in Radiodiagnosis from the Veterinary Image Institute (IVI). Responsible for the diagnostic imaging sector at the Veterinary Hospital Dogs and Cats 24h working in the areas of radiology, ultrasound and magnetic resonance. Dr. Madi is a member of the Veterinarians team at the CachorroGato portal and also answers questions in the Dr. Responde tool.

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