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Pet Grooming Las Cruces NM

For successful at-home pet grooming for your dog, cat, bird or other animal, just follow five simple steps. Grooming your pet yourself can be a great way to save money and bond with your pet. A professional grooming session in Las Cruces, NM can set an owner back $50 or $60 per session. Everyone has busy lives and a trip to the groomer might prove inconvenient. Many pet suppliers carry home-grooming kits and it’s easier to do than you think.

Central Bark
(505) 523-1075
1315 S. Solano
Las Cruces, NM
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Precision Groom Academy
(575) 523-6500
151 S Walnut St Ste C12
Las Cruces, NM
 
Grooming Wagon
(575) 382-5781
6795 Fox Rd Unit 5
Las Cruces, NM
 
Wet Dog Mobile Pet Grooming Llc
(575) 993-0379
PO Box 16468
Las Cruces, NM
 
Calista Animal Hospital
(575) 525-1000
1889 Calle De Ninos
Las Cruces, NM
 
Petsmart
(575) 523-1154
2200 E Lohman Ave
Las Cruces, NM
 
PetSmart
(575) 523-1154
2200 E Lohman Ave
LAS CRUCES, NM

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Country Dog
(575) 526-1904
951 N Solano Dr
Las Cruces, NM
 
Skandy'S Pet Grooming
(575) 524-0125
4550 Porter Dr
Las Cruces, NM
 
20 X Pet Grooming
(575) 524-5868
3359 Blueridge Ln
Las Cruces, NM
 
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Pet Grooming

By Brian O'Connell for WebVet

Grooming your pet yourself can be a great way to save money and bond with your pet. A professional grooming session can set an owner back up to $50 or $60 per session. Plus, people are busy, and regular trips to the groomer might prove inconvenient.

Plenty of pet suppliers carry great home grooming kits. It's easier than you think, and the close bonds you forge by cleaning your own pet will only solidify the relationship between the two of you. Plus, as professional pet groomer Frances W. Greenspan attests, you can spot any potential health issues, like a flea invasion, before they grow serious. "Think of it as an insurance policy as you clean your pet,'' she says.

Is the "do-it-yourself method for you? If so, here's a "how-to'' guide to get you started:

Be comfortable - and practice, practice, practice

"Handling your pets, the physical demands, and the environment of the job are all important facets that should be explored,'' said Jody Rodgers, the owner of three New Hampshire pet grooming shops. "Most people aren't cut out to be groomers, despite their love for animals, so there is definitely a 'knack' for the job. Some people come naturally to grooming their pets and others don't. It's a process.''

Key tip: Take a grooming class. For a good online course, visit www.learntogroom.com.

Focus on the nails

"The nails should be trimmed on a regular basis,'' Greenspan said. "This applies particu...

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