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HydroSurge™ Animal Bathing Systems are a "State-Of-The-Art"
development in bathing for Dogs, Cats and other animals.
This unique system produces a gentle combing action spray of
shampoo and water through a hand-held massage sprayer. The
bathing solution gently penetrates through the hair and down
to the skin to remove dirt, debris, loose hair, dead skin
and dander for the healthiest skin possible. The pets love
the massage-like treatment!
HydroSurge™ bathing is also an effective aid for treating
dry, flaking, itching and irritated skin. Some Board
Certified Veterinary Dermatologists use HydroSurge™ bathing
systems to treat many common skin diseases. It gently
removes areas of dead skin, increases blood circulation and
aids in follicular flushing. Frequent HydroSurge™ therapeutic
baths are recommended for chronic skin problems. We bath all
our clients with the HydroSurge™ bathing system.
All dogs require regular grooming for their comfort and well
being. Each dogs coat type will determine the amount and
frequency of grooming but some elements are common to all
dogs such as brushing, nail trimming and ear
cleaning. Be assured that all our products are top of the
line for quality. If your dog is using shampoo prescribed by
your veterinarian we can easily and gladly use that product
with our HydroSurge™ bathing system.
Bath and Tidy
A bath and tidy is appropriate for natural coated dogs such
as these: German Shepherd, Goldens, Siberian
Huskies, Shelties, Pomeranian, Pug, American Eskimo. It includes a
HydroSurge™ bath, brush out, blow dry, nails clipped, ears
cleaned and a tidying around the feet, ears and feathering.
A Bath and Tidy is also suitable for other types of dogs who
normally get a haircut, such as Bichons or Shih-Tzus. In
this case, the pet gets a HydroSurge™ bath, brush & blow
dry, nails clipped, ears cleaned and have their groins and
footpads shaved out. They are tidied up around the face,
feet, ears and tail. It is strongly recommended that dogs in
"Teddy Bear" clip get a bath and tidy every 2 to 4 weeks
between haircuts, especially if you do not have the time to
brush between groomings.
For some of our first time clients a bath and tidy would
be best as it builds a trusting relationship between dog and
This is the most common cut. The pet is a uniform length all
over, except the head, ears and tail. There are different
choices of length, from 1/4 of an inch to 3/4 of an inch.
Much of the work is done with a clipper therefore the
process is a little quicker and easier on the pet with the
puppy look a lot of people like.
This cut is commonly trimmed to match the breed standard
such as Cockers with short backs and long skirts or
Terriers with their distinctive full legs and long beards. It can also refer to any of the many poodle
Dogs with Undercoats
Dogs that were originally bred to herd sheep and cattle
developed an extra growth of coat to protect them from the
harsh outdoor weather they had to endure. The concern with
dogs with this is that their undercoats do not completely
fall out now that they live indoors or when the weather gets
warmer. This undercoat that remains begins to tangle and
generally causes discomfort for the dog and misery for the
owner when the falling hair litters their home. It has to be
removed by the tools a groomer would use. Some examples of
dogs with an undercoat are: Bearded Collie, Border Collie, Collie and