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Dog Grooming and Nail Trimming

Nail trims are an important part of your dog’s wellbeing. If nails are too long, it can affect how your dog places their foot and change how they walk. Nails can also curl around and grow into the skin causing painful infections.

How often should I cut my dog’s nails?


Dog toenails should be trimmed every 4 – 6 weeks depending on how fast they grow. A larger dog who walks on pavement daily will need fewer nail trims than a small dog who walks on the grass just because they will wear them down naturally.

What is the dog grooming cost for small, medium and large dogs?


Pricing varies depending on your dog’s needs. Contact us at 902-445-8387 and we can provide you with a personalized quote for you and your pet.

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Parasite Prevention

It’s that time of year again! As much as we all enjoy the warmer days, we’re not the only ones! Any time the temperature is over 4˚C outside the ticks and fleas will come out (even if there is snow on the ground). We’re starting to notice that even in November, December and January there have been warmer days, so treating your pet year round would be ideal.

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