Supporting a healthy, well-maintained coat.
Our De-Shedding service begins with a comprehensive evaluation of your dog's coat and health, ensuring a personalised approach that suits their specific needs.
We exclusively use natural, chemical-free products tailored to provide a gentle yet effective cleanse.
After selecting the ideal De-Shedding solutions suitable for your dog's coat, we begin the process in the bath encouraging the hair follicles to open and release unwanted dull fur and dander.
We proceed with a meticulous brush-out and a thorough fluff dry, leaving your dog clean, shiny and fresh.
Regular De-Shedding also minimises the amount of loose fur and dander in your home, potentially reducing allergic reactions for family members sensitive to dog hair.
Benefits of a de-shed
Reduces skin irritation
By removing the undercoat, it minimizes skin irritation and discomfort for the dog.
Prevents matting and tangles
Regular de-shedding helps prevent the formation of mats and tangles in the fur, promoting a healthier coat.
It contributes to healthy skin and fur growth, enhancing the overall appearance and well-being of the dog.
Improves air circulation
Improved air circulation prevents skin issues and discomfort. Regular de-shedding helps your dog regulate body temperature.
Helps your dog get rid of their winter coat so they can stay cool when it's warm out.
Less dog hair and skin flakes around means fewer sneezes and itchy eyes for the rest of the family.
De-shedding your dog means fewer tufts of fur on your floors, furniture, and clothing, leading to a cleaner, more inviting living space.
Got questions? We've got answers
De-shedding is the process of removing a dog's unwanted loose and dead hair to promote a healthy coat and reduce excess shedding.
It's crucial for preventing skin irritation and matting, promoting hair growth, and managing your dogs well being in hot and cold weather.
Yes, we only use high-quality, natural, and pet-safe grooming products tailored to specific needs. All our shampoos, conditioners, and facial treatments are gentle and pH-balanced to support your dog's skin.
The process enhances skin health by minimising irritation, promoting better air circulation around the follicles, and aiding in the production of natural oils.
The undercoat is a dense, insulating layer that sheds seasonally, while the topcoat is protective.
You can tell if your dog needs a de-shedding treatment if they have a thick or double coat with a dense layer of built-up hair close to the skin, if they appear hot and uncomfortable, or if you're finding their fur scattered around your home. Regular maintenance treatments are also recommended to manage shedding and keep your dog in optimal condition throughout the year.
The frequency can vary from every 4 to 8 weeks, depending on your dog’s breed, the thickness of their coat, and even the seasons.
In addition to using specialised de-shedding shampoos, mud packs, and conditioners, we employ specific brushes and equipment tailored to your dog’s specific coat type, along with high-volume air systems to help remove any compacted fur.
Yes, consistent grooming can prevent matting, skin infections, and allergies.