The latest updates on Groomit’s ongoing response to coronavirus (COVID-19)

UPDATE – April 28, 2020: Currently we accept bookings in NJ only Groomit will be resuming in-home grooming services in the following states on these dates:NY - PA: Book now any date after May 15th. NJ: Currently accepting bookings 7 days a week.UPDATE – April 15, 2020: Based on state and city guidelines and regulations, Groomit will be resuming in-home grooming services in the following states on ...

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Required Dog Vaccination Guide in the US

Wondering about dog vaccination? Don't worry; we at Groomit are here to help! In this article, we're going to go through everything you need to know to ensure your pooch's safety.Dog Vaccination: Core and Non-CoreThere are two different categories of dog vaccinations; core and non-core.Core vaccinations are heavily recommended to protect against diseases that may be lethal, widespread, and/or transmissible to humans.They are very safe and efficient and tend to ...

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Pets on Valentine’s Day – 5 Reasons to Book with Groomit

Valentine’s Day is almost here! While we all celebrate the special occasion, make sure you don't forget about your pets too! After all, who says that this holiday is only for humans? Pets on Valentine's Day deserve to be shown some love and care too! But before you fret about what you could do for your pet this Valentine’s day, we recommend that you check out our exemplary grooming service. Here are ...

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Thanksgiving Pet Safety Tips

Nothing is better than celebrating around the table with plenty of food, while being surrounded by our friends and family. If you have a pet you know they will be around celebrating with you! There is plenty of food and if you do want to include your dog or cat in the festivities please consider the following Thanksgiving safety tips for pets. 1. Turkey You can share the cooked turkey meet with ...

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Winter Grooming: Keep Your Dog Healthy & Safe

Some owners think they have to leave their pet’s hair to grow long in winter, however, cold weather means we need to plan for grooming our dogs to keep them healthy & safe. 1. Order an In-Home Grooming Service Bathing is just as important in winter, especially for long haired dogs as there are more chances for them to get their hair matted. Avoid these risks by having your dog bathed at ...

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Dogs: A Netflix series

 Dogs: a Netflix series. If you are a dog lover this series will make you happier. Six stories of unconditional love between humans and their best friends look like a very entertaining and emotional documentary. From countries including Syria, Japan, Italy and the United States, each episode celebrates how dogs and humans are doing to change each other’s lives. The fourth episode, set in Japan, introduces two renowned dog groomers who fly ...

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Debunking the Myth Adopt a cat for Halloween

Black cats are steeped in superstition, which doesn’t help them to find a home. Some people even advise animal shelters not to perform any adoptions for black cats the entire month of October! Sadly they often become victims of ritualistic abuse. As Groucho Marx said in the immortal words “a black cat crossing your path signifies that the animal is going somewhere.”According to Dr. Emily Weiss, Vice President of Research and ...

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Get Your Pet Ready For Halloween

Halloween is a fun time for candy, scary decorations and great family traditions, however, it is import to get your pet ready for this holiday! Especially those pets that can easily become anxious and fearful. We have some tips to get your pet prepared for those strange noises, monsters and strangers coming to the house constantly…. most of them involve treats! 1. Take Your Dog for a Walk During Day ...

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Protect & Heal Your Dog’s Paws

During cold and warm weather, torn nails, pad burns and frostbite are some issues your dog's paws can suffer. Here are some suggestions we have for you to protect and heal your dog's paws and give them the pampering they deserve. 1. Get your dog comfortable when touching his or her paws. If your dog is a puppy make sure you touch her or his paws frequently. If your dog is an adult and doesn't like ...

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