When should I take my dog to the professionals for grooming? - Oakdale Veterinary Group
So Mr. Mowgli with his shiny coat goes once a month. We actually use two different groomers in town. The dogs prefer different people just like we go to different hairdressers or barbers for our haircuts— Mowgli has his favorite. If you have a dog with a long coat you might need to go every two or three weeks. If you have a ranch dog that lives outside and jumps in the river like I used to, I never took him to a groomer because he would go straight in the river as soon as he got home.
When should I take my dog to the professionals for grooming? - The Drake Center
When you should bring your dog in for grooming depends on the breed. So if you want your dog's hair trimmed, of course, we need them to see the groomer who can do a full-body clip or even just a more thorough brushing for them. And again, some dogs never need to go to the groomer. You can do it yourself, or we can help you with the bathing, but if they need their hair trimmed, then they need to go to the groomer.
When should I take my dog to the professionals for grooming? - Ridgetowne Animal Clinic
As early as 12 weeks is recommended. Depending on your dog's hair coat, they may need grooming every four to eight weeks. If your dog is new to grooming, it's important to communicate this to the groomer and build a trusting relationship.