USEFUL TIPS FOR DOG OWNERS
We want to help you maintain your dog's coat in between grooming sessions, so we have put together a range of grooming guides for you to follow. Please get in touch with our team at Sarah's 1-2-1 Dogs if you need any additional help, our team will be happy to assist you.
HOME GROOMING ROUTINE
Our home grooming routine should only be used as a guide if you feel confident enough. We cannot be held responsible if you injure yourself or your pet following this process.
KEEPING COSTS DOWN
This guide will help you maintain your dog's coat in between grooming sessions. If your dog's coat is kept in a relatively good condition, it will keep grooming costs to a minimum.
MATTING AND STRAITJACKETS
This document displays how matting can be harmful to your dog. It provides useful tips to help you manage tangles and prevent matted or pelted coats.
CLIPDOWN RISKS AND AFTERCARE
If your dog's coat is matted, your dog groomer may need to remove the coat by shaving close to the dog's skin. This document explains the risks associated with this procedure.
MATTED PET RELEASE FORM
If your dog's coat is matted or pelted, you will need to sign the matted pet release form before we will groom your dog here at Sarah's 1-2-1 Dogs.