While heavy shedding is breed specific there is no such thing as a non-shedding dog unless it is completely hairless! Some breeds shed seasonally while other shed all year around. Labrador Retrievers and German Shepherds are known to be prolific shedders, whereas Poodles and Bichon Frise are very light shedders but are prone to matting if not regularly brushed. Your dogs health is a major factor in determining how much of their hair falls out so if your pooch is shedding an unusual amount for their breed it is worth getting them checked by the vet. For dogs with normal shedding levels a specialised de-shedding treatment is recommended.
Solve your dog hair and dander problems with the pooch Dog Spa De-shedding Treatment
Our De-shedding Treatment removes your pooch’s shedding coat which if left unchecked and allowed to build up will impact your dogs ability regulate their body temperature. Loose undercoat often needs more than just combing to remove it and this is where our De-shedding Treatment is a great option and pooches leave happy and cooler without their shedded hair!
What is included in the treatment?
Our De-shedding treatment is a 4 step process.
1. Hydro massage bath and in bath hand de-shedding helps to separate and release loose hair, provide a smoother, softer coat during brushing, and contribute to brushing efficiency.
2. Coat care mud bath treatment – an all-natural de-shedding mud bath that removes more loose hair, releasing the undercoat and unclogging hair follicles.
3. High velocity blow out to remove even more dead hair.
4. De-shedding session with specialist tools that have been developed to remove undercoat hair efficiently and painless, and coat trimming as required.
You can expect this treatment to reduce the shedding by up to 80% after the first treatment. You may experience some shedding of the loosened hair over the first 12-24 hours after you take your pooch home. For extended and continually improved results, the treatment should be repeated as recommended for the breed.
Pricing for this treatment is based on breed and the condition of your pooch’s coat, skin, its temperament, age, and grooming history. We will give you an exact cost at your pre-treatment consultation. The below are guide prices only.
- Small breeds from £89
- Medium breeds from £99
- Large breeds from £130