Dog Grooming in Droitwich Haus Of Hounds Review

Dog Grooming in Droitwich Haus Of Hounds

Coco the dog was a rescue from Dogs Trust in Kenilworth and since coming to live with me, in what they call his forever home he really has become this man's best friend. He's getting on a little now and reaching the age of nearly twelve he has a little arthritis and so he cannot run and chase balls like he used to. Despite this he still has all the energy of his younger self and so will happily play tug of war and bring you any of his toys at your request. He has so many toys that I can't remember the names of them all. He actually knows their names better than I do.

Finding someone who can keep your dog well groomed is important and I certainly want him to be well looked after so we are sending him to his wonderful Dog Groomer Izzy, based at Haus of Hounds in Droitwich town centre. She looks after so many dogs and loves them all, including her own Irish Doodle Arlo who bounces around his life like tigger.

Izzy is now also offering Dog Teeth cleaning and since this was something that the Vet had suggested Coco needed I was very keen to find out more. The vet had suggested that he would have to be knocked out, and as he is getting on I wasn't really very keen to do this.

Fortunately, the good news was that with Izzy from Haus of Hounds he was able to stay awake and not need any sedation. The results were excellent and you can see just how much dog teeth cleaning can make a difference here:

Dog Teeth Cleaning at Haus Of Hounds in Droitwich.

Izzy really makes all dogs feel special and I cannot recommend her enough.

Her Website is here: Haus of Hounds Droitwich Dog Grooming

and her telephone number is : 07522 594159

Why you should get your dog's teeth cleaned..

As dog owners, we often go to great lengths to ensure the health and happiness of our furry companions. We take them for walks, feed them nutritious meals, and shower them with love and affection. However, one aspect of pet care that is sometimes overlooked is dental health. Just like humans, dogs require regular dental cleanings to maintain optimal oral hygiene and prevent a host of potential health problems.

Dental care for dogs goes beyond just freshening their breath (although that's certainly a nice perk). Tartar buildup and plaque accumulation can lead to gum disease, tooth decay, and even tooth loss if left untreated. But the consequences of poor dental hygiene extend beyond the mouth. Bacteria from dental infections can enter the bloodstream and travel to other organs, causing serious health issues such as heart disease, kidney problems, and respiratory infections.

Regular dental cleanings are essential for keeping your dog's teeth and gums healthy. During a dental cleaning, a specialist like Izzy at Haus of Hounds will remove tartar and plaque buildup, polish the teeth to smooth out rough surfaces where bacteria can thrive, and inspect for any signs of dental disease or abnormalities. This used to be something that had to be done under sedation at a vet but now your dog will not need to be sedated to have sparking teeth.

But how do you know if your dog needs a dental cleaning? Some common signs of dental problems in dogs include bad breath, yellow or brown discoloration on the teeth, swollen or bleeding gums, reluctance to eat hard food, and excessive drooling. However, keep in mind that dogs are experts at hiding discomfort, so they may not always show obvious signs of dental pain. 

In addition to professional cleanings, there are also steps you can take at home to promote good dental hygiene for your dog. Regular brushing with a dog-specific toothbrush and toothpaste can help prevent plaque buildup and maintain fresh breath. Dental chews, toys, and treats designed to promote chewing and reduce tartar can also be beneficial.

In conclusion, dental care is an important aspect of overall health and well-being for dogs. By prioritizing regular dental cleanings and at-home dental care, you can help ensure that your furry friend enjoys a lifetime of bright smiles, happy tails, and good health.

before and after dog teeh cleaning
Coco the Dog in an underpass
Coco the dog in an underpass
Dog Teeth Cleaning droitwich