Learn more about the National Cat Groomers Institute of America.
Since all cats are different, Prior to all grooming sessions Janet and Tracy will discuss and consult what is best for your cat.
Below are a few common hygiene issues we can solve at Royal Dutch Grooming!
Hairballs: When a cat licks itself, it ingests large amounts of shedding hair. Eventually, the hair will come back up in the form of a hairball. A bath and blow dry, if done on a regular basis, can significantly cut down on the number of hairballs a cat produces. In fact, when grooming takes place on a regular basis, hairball problems can be eliminated altogether. In addition, a professional cat groomer can give your cat a lion cut or comb cut, whereby the amount of hair on their body is greatly lessened. This, in turn, reduces the amount of hair that a cat ingests while licking itself.
Mats & Dreadlocks: Cats are greasy and they shed. The combination of the two works together to create tangles, dreadlocks, and mats, which eventually evolve into pelts if not tended to in a timely manner. By giving a cat a thorough degreasing bath and blowing out the loose, shedding hair, these problems can be eliminated completely.