Mats can be a frustrating issue for many dog and cat owners. Not only do they cause discomfort for your furry friend ,but they can also lead to skin irritations and even skin infections if left untreated. In this newsletter ,we will discuss the causes of matting, how to prevent it, and the best ways to remove mats from your pet's coat.
Matting occurs when loose hair becomes tangled and matted together. this can happen for a variety of reasons, including a lack of grooming, certain types of coats, and certain activities ( such as swimming ). Breeds with long, thick coats such as Pomeranian or the Maine coon cats.
To prevent matting, regular grooming sessions is essential. Brush your pet's coat at least once a week to remove loose hair and tangles.this will also help distribute natural oils throughout the coat, keeping the coat healthy and shiny. If your pet has a long coat, consider trimming it to a shorter length. This will make it easier to brush and maintain.
If your pet has mats, it's important to remove them as soon as possible. Never try to cut mats out with scissors, as this can be very dangerous and risk injury and cause pain to your pet. Instead, use a dematting tool to gently work through the tangles. Starting at the end of the mat and work your way towards the skin. If the mat is too tight or very close to the skin, It's best to have a professional groomer take care of it.
in addition to regular grooming, a healthy diet, plenty of exercise and regular visits to the vets office you will keep your pets coat in top condition.
If you have any questions or concerns about matting on your pet, please don't hesitate to reach out to Were Nuts About Mutts and or your Veterinarian we are here to help
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hi I was recommended to you said to ask for cindy. my cat is 17 is badly matted again mostly on sides needs nail trim also. do u take new clients