Hello, I am Ken Montgomery and I am the owner of Ken's Montgomery Hair of the Dog. a Full Service MOBILE Pet Grooming Business.
I' ll handle your dog with the love and attention they deserve from the comfort of your own house. I offer full-service bathing and grooming and special upgrades to pamper your dog; you can also choose from our à la carte options and be sure to ask about specials when you book your appointment.
Somes of the benefits of Ken's Montgomery Hair of the Dog, includes:
I am an experience groomer qualified to care for all breeds of dogs so you know your pet is in excellent, caring hands with me.
Health Benefits of Professional Grooming
I am a certified dog groomer that understand precisely how to groom your pet while avoiding harm, such as trimming nails too short or nipping an ear. I can also determine if your pet's skin is too dry or oily and can offer suitable dietary recommendations for your pet's well-being.
It's better to detect the source of the problem and start healing the skin to create a shiny, beautiful coat for your pet.
I also offer tips for daily maintenance, such as teeth cleaning and coat brushing. If you suffer from allergies, regular dog grooming may make having a dog possible. Other health benefits of grooming include:
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Who would prefer a salon known for fast, rough treatment focused on servicing as many clients as possible over a day spa where one-on-one quality attention is offered? Ken Montgomery's Hair of the Dog offer this kind of attentive care, in view of your pet’s favorite place: home.
Ken Montgomery's Hair of the Dog will come to the dog owner’s home and offer an array of grooming services that are as vast and specialized as those found in a traditional groomer’s such as:
Dogs are cared for in fully-equipped grooming trailer in their own driveway. We will bathe the dog in stainless steel tubs and dry them by hand. No drying cages.
Question: How can I soothe my dog's grooming anxiety?
Answer: Your pup may be anxious at the groomer's, because he's not used to being handled in sensitive areas, like the muzzle, eyes, ears, paws, tail and groin. To help ease the stress of being handled, I recommends saying a cue like "ears" when you touch his ears and then immediately giving him a treat or reward, so he associates being touched with a positive experience.
Question: How can I keep my dog's fur under control?
Answer: If your dog's fur is all over your furniture and floor, try to brush her outdoors for one minute every day. That way, you'll spend less time vacuuming, sweeping and dusting hair balls.
Question: Do I need to brush my long-haired dog's coat?
Answer: Brushing a long-haired dog's fur can seem like a chore, but if you put it off, he risks getting mats or tangles, which can be painful, I recommend brushing or combing a long-haired dog's fur at least every other day.
Question: How can I help my dog enjoy bath time?
Answer: First and foremost, don't force her/him to get into the tub. Chasing her/him down the hallway and dragging her to the bathroom will only increase her/him anxiety. Instead, coax her/him into the tub with treats and praise. Be patient and keep your calm.
Question: Why does my dog get stains under the eyes, and how can I get rid of those stains?
Answer: Breeds like Poodles, Bichon Frises and Maltese can experience tear duct obstruction or have abnormal eyelid structure. Because of this, tears spill out onto the fur along the side of the nose. Plus, hairs and other irritants rubbing against the eye can increase tear production. Moisture on the fur of the dog's face fosters the growth of bacteria and can cause rusty stains to appear. If the dog is white, those stains are even more obvious.
Question: Is it safe to blow-dry my dog?
Answer: Yes, you can blow-dry your dog, as long as you follow a couple of safety precautions. Keep the nozzle a few inches away from your pet's fur and keep it moving. If you concentrate the dryer in one spot, it could burn him. Also, keep the temperature on the lowest possible setting.
Question: Can I teach my dog to let me trim her/his nails?
Answer: You’re not alone if your dog cowers in fear when she/he sees nail clippers. The good news is that it is possible to teach an adult dog to tolerate — and maybe even enjoy — nail trims. You should start with a clean slate and use a brand-new pair of clippers (ideally, a pair that looks different from the previous clippers). As soon as your dog sees these new clippers, reward and praise her/him with ample treats. Then put the clippers away and stop giving her/him treats. Repeat this cycle until your dog forms a positive association with the nail clippers.
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