Taking care of your pets is a lot of responsibility.

Having pets is not just about taking them on walks. It also includes looking after them when they are feeling pain or are stressed. You have to also make sure that you take them to a vet, and also to a groomer who can maintain their appearance. Just like you need to visit a groomer to look amazing, your dog needs it too. While some of you think that it is an expensive

#10 Your hairdresser doesn’t wash and clean your rear end.

Dogs can get easily irritated when a stranger touches their rear end.  A dog groomer might be able to help you with it but only with the support of the dog owner. Unfortunately, you can’t have teh same expectation from a hairdresser.




#9 You don’t go eight weeks without washing or brushing your hair.

With the energy that dogs have, they play in the mud and make themselves dirty. To pull out the dirt from parts of their body, a groomer has to give in a lot of time and use special tools as well.

#8 Your hairdresser doesn’t give you a sanitary trim.

A hairdresser won’t trim the hair down there. The skin of your pets is sensitive and thus, it is wise to leave this job to an experienced dog groomer.

#7 Your hairdresser doesn’t clean your ears.

A lot of dust tend to settle in your dog ears. A groomer will properly clean and medicate your dog’s ears. It is one of the most essential services that only a groomer will provide you with

#6 Your hairdresser doesn’t remove the boogers from your eyes.

Dogs can’t clean their eyes like us, humans, Removing boogers from their eyes is important and your groomer surely knows it.

#5 You sit still for your hairdresser.

Cleaning a dog from everywhere does require them to move a little. They do not have a lot of patience and so, teh groomer has to make your dog comfortable for them to allow him/ her to do their job with perfecting. Dogs like combing, but cleaning and touching them everywhere by a stranger is not accepted by them. So, hats off to a groomer for their work.

#4 Your haircut doesn’t include a manicure or pedicure.

Does a haircut include an additional manicure and pedicure service? But a grooming service for a dog includes everything from head to toe. Cutting the nails is an essential thing to do for your dog. Now, it is no hidden truth that dogs can be scared of trimming nails. A groomer knows how to calm your dogs and divert his/her attention to finish the job.

#3 Your hairdresser only washes and cuts the hair on your head.

Cutting the hair on the head, and trimming the hair all over your dog’s body are completely two different things. Your hairdresser will not entertain any extra demands for trimming, but your groomer would.

#2 You don’t bite or scratch your hairdresser.

Aggressive dogs can bit a groomer, but with a hairdresser, the risk of such conditions is less.

#1 The likelihood of you pooping on your hairdresser is pretty slim.

Your dogs move around when a groomer is doing their job. While on the other hand, they just have to sit in one place when hairdressing is done. So, it is more likely that a groomer has to deal with poops and other mess that your pet can create.

So, here it is! The list that every person needs to see before taking their pet to a groomer.

After seeing this post, this is how some people reacted.

Going to the groomer may not be so light on the pocket, but at least it ensures your pet’s safety.

We can try our best to do these things at home, but a professional’s work is always better.

So, it’s just pointless to argue over pet groomer’s rates and comparing them to those of a hairdresser when they clearly do more work.