We get it, there’s way too much information out there about pet care! Here’s a few things we do to prepare our four-legged friends this coming Winter. Brrr… Hopefully they can help you too!
Does it feel like you just got used to your Summer grooming routine? At Groomi we know how tricky it is to tackle the changing seasons as a pet owner, but we're here to help you, your pups, felines and horses.
After a whirlwind of a walk you’d whip off your soggy, wet coat but it’s not that simple for our furry-friends. Cats and dogs grow thicker coats to keep warm in the cold weather, how smart is that!? These thicker coats need some extra T.L.C to prevent matting, but it’s also just as important to not cut their coats too much or they won’t be as snug.The Groomi gently de-matts and de-sheds without cutting your pets precious locks!
We know pets exploring outside means muck from the muddy outdoors! Bath time doesn’t have to be a battle! Treat your pet to our ‘Fur Detangler & Coat Conditioner’- it smells amazing and is full of pure essential oils and Aloe Vera. After your pet's bath, it’s really important to not take your pet outside with a wet coat, as they may get cold and unwell.
If it’s too chilly, in between bath-times, there's another solution - our ‘No Rinse Shampoo’. We’ve formulated a foaming cleanser that eliminates time and mess that conventional bathing requires. Follow up with a spritz of fresh scent our ‘Deodorizing Spray’! So you can snuggle on the sofa with a sweet smelling four-legged friend.
And for our Horse lovers...
We know you want to saddle up for a chilly canter, but Winter can be a challenging time for Horses. During rainy seasons, long exposure to wet conditions can make our Equine pals prone to Mud Fever. Mud Fever! What's that?! A bacterial skin infection that affects horses legs causing soreness and hair loss… ouch! Groomi’s ‘Fur Detangler & Coat Conditioner’ is anti-bacterial, antiseptic and antifungal, which may help prevent symptoms!
With the Groomi, you’ll prevent disease by removing the dead hair and skin along with other nasties, dirt and dandruff. Keeping your horse feeling and looking great, even ready to compete through the Winter months - if they’re a super-star!
We hope sharing these few tips we’ve learnt along the way can help you take-on Winter!