Everything You Need to Know about Pet Spa Treatments

We all know that spending a day at the spa can rejuvenate both your body and your spirit. Pets can benefit from such an experience as well,  so it should come as no surprise that, in our increasingly pet-oriented world, more and more people are getting treatments for their feline and canine companions at spas. Read below to learn more about a few lavish treatments you could get for your pet to make them feel like royalty.
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A Pawdicure

You can keep your dog’s nails in peak condition with a pawdicure. This treatment will help their nails remain in form. With regular treatment, your canine’s nails will stay healthy and long, without breaking or becoming brittle. Additionally, the groomer will also remove overlong hair on the dog’s paws, which could reduce stress.

Pet Acupuncture

Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese practice that is helpful in alleviating pain in humans. In addition, your beloved dogs and cats can also benefit from it. With this technique, you may address many different conditions, including arthritis, allergies, and chronic pain.

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A Blueberry Facial

In the world of pet spa treatments, there is a growing trend of treating dogs with blueberry facials. This helps to remove tear stains from the pup’s face thanks to the antioxidants in the berries. It is possible to purchase ready dog masks, or you can even create your own.

Shampoo and Condition

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) advice claims that using a hypoallergenic dog conditioner keeps the natural oils in its fur coat intact, prevents tangles, and hydrates skin. Irrespective of whether your dog has long hair or not, incorporating this into your grooming routine is strongly recommended.

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Micro-Bubble Baths

A micro-bubble bath can tackle issues of itchy skin and foul smells emanating from your dog. It also helps in dealing with shedding, hip dyspepsia, and allergies.