Stylish Haircuts for Pets: The Big Benefits!

That’s right, haircuts aren’t just for us humans! Our pets can benefit greatly from them too.

Not only does it help them look a lot less scruffy, but it also has some real positive effects on their health and comfort. A professional haircut is a win-win!

So, let’s take a look at how a professional Groomit-quality haircut can help your pet, along with an overview of what we offer in this department!

1. Keeping Your Pet Cool

Groomit - dog groomedA big benefit that comes with haircuts for pets is that it helps significantly in keeping them cool during the warmer weather of the year.

Just imagine if you continued to wear your insulating winter coat into the summer; you wouldn’t be able to stand it!

Of course, many breeds shed their winter coats naturally. However, some breeds do need a helping hand.

Heat-intolerant breeds with long coats such as the Lhasa Apso should always have a trim around this time of year. Long-haired Yorkshire Terriers are also in the same boat.

If you skip trimming their coats and let them outside into the hot weather, you run a real risk of heatstroke. It’s better to be safe than sorry!

2. Keeping Your Pet Comfortable

Groomit - Dog GroomedOn top of the health benefits, a nice trim for your pets is just much more comfortable for them!

If you plan on taking your pet on some fun adventures, you don’t want them tripping over their own coat while they are trying to play.

A yearly short trim is usually perfect for most breeds. Trims also provide a fantastic opportunity to deal with any mats or tangles that have formed in your pet’s coat.

3. Keeping Your Pet Fashionable

Groomit - dog groomed At Groomit, we don’t just give your pet a basic, messy trim. We go a step further, ensuring that your pet is both feeling and looking great at the end of it!

Many owners love the longhaired look in their pets and can be sad when it comes to a trim. We love to work our magic and show such owners how stylish their pets can be with a shorter haircut!

If you are intrigued in seeing our haircuts for pets, check out our Instagram here! Your pet could easily be the next beautiful dog or cat posted on there!

What Haircuts for Pets Does Groomit Offer?

Our expert groomers are experienced at giving haircuts to breeds of all shapes and sizes, accentuating their unique features and helping them look their absolute best.

Our most popular breeds for haircuts are the Pomeranian and the Yorkie and for good reason; there’s nothing cuter than a Pomeranian teddy bear cut, and Yorkie cuts allow them to have a much more maintainable and breezier coat.

Our puppy cuts are popular regardless of the breed. You don’t need a breed with a luxury coat to enjoy the benefits!

So if you’re looking for amazing Pomeranian haircuts, Yorkshire Terrier haircuts, or to see what we offer for your particular breed, make an appointment with us now and your expert groomer will discuss the options with you.

Why Groomit? 

When it comes to trims and cuts, they should always be left to a professional groomer. You should never attempt to do it yourself!

Not only will it likely be uneven and messy, cutting too short puts your pet in danger of sunburn. Leave the professional Yorkie haircuts to us, the experts!

So, why not let us give your pet the treatment they deserve? It doesn’t only help your pet, it can also save you time. Pomeranian grooming is a much quicker affair when their coat is tamed with a trim and it’s the same for other breeds too!

Groomit takes the stress out of grooming, coming to your own home at a time that is best for you. We’re always ready to help, so give us a shout if your pet requires a cut!

Ryan Jones

Ryan is a freelance writer for hire specializing in Pets and Animals. He works closely with various pet sites with the aim to educate people on everything there is to know about our cute furry companions. When he isn’t writing professionally he is usually keeping his cat Snow out of trouble!

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