Bath and Dry
Your dog will leave looking great on the outside and feeling fresh on the inside. So Bath and Dry at Dogshotelcy.
We include brushing, bathing, dry, ear cleaning and perfum
A skin treatment to treat your pet for any fleas.
Playtime sessions to relax your dog.
No sedation is given to any dog as part of the grooming session.
We have a vet on call 24 hours.
5-star boarding facility offers large kennel areas, safe from bushfires, with ample play and
exercise space and 24/7 video monitoring.
ON CALL VETERINARIAN
We greatly value the well-being and health of all dogs at the Doghotelcy.That’s why a qualified veterinarian is on call 24/7.
Balanced nutrition and quality ingredients are vital for a dog’s behavior and physical appearance. That’s why Dogshotelcy feeds Eukanuba Pet Food.
Does your dog hate having a bath? We’ve got some great tips to help make bath-time and enjoyable experience for all involved.
The collar and lead, alongside the hose or a bucket can send many dogs running in circles, howling or yowling at the prospect of having a bath. This behaviour can leave many dog owners scratching their heads in disbelief, as their water-loving hound, that loves to swim, has become a nervous wreck at the thought of getting wet and soapy! So how can you teach your dog to love their bath-time.
1.Keep it WARM
2.Keep it CALM
Talk to your dog during his/her bath in a nice soothing voice. Also incorporate a nice massage and scratch into the bathing regime. This will help your dog relax during the experience. Those round-rubber brushes are great to add a little massage while also removing dead skin and hair.
When the bath is over, give your dog a good rub down with an old towel then have a game of fetch. This will help your pooch dry off and also take their mind of being wet. Fetch, or another fun dog game is a great way to treat your dog and help them associate great things with clean fur! By keeping them entertained after a bath (even with a quick walk around the block) can also help prevent rolling.