A day at the spa can do wonders for your body and soul. So it should come as no surprise that, in our pet-obsessed society, spa treatments for our furry, feathered, and four-legged friends are becoming more and more popular.
Keep your dog’s nails in tiptop shape with a pawdicure.
Humans get pedicures, and dogs get „pawdicures“ to keep their nails in ideal shape. This treatment will not only keep your dog’s nails looking good but prevents them from getting too long, which can be unhealthy and lead to scratches, according to Rover.com. It will also trim any overlong hair on the dog’s paws that may lessen traction.
Acupuncture can do wonders for your cat and dog.
Acupuncture, the ancient Chinese treatment, isn’t just for people. Cats can benefit from it as well, according to petMD. You can target various ailments, from arthritis and allergies to chronic pain and asthma, with the technique. It will also relax your feline.
Try conditioning your dog to help improve its coat and skin.
You wouldn’t shampoo your hair without conditioning it — so why would you subject your dog to such treatment? Using hypoallergenic dog conditioner maintains the natural oils in your dog’s coat, prevents tangles, and moisturizes skin, according to the RSPCA. If your dog has long hair, definitely consider implementing this into your grooming routine.
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