With the recent lawsuit against Beneful, claiming their pet food “contains substances that are toxic to animals and that have resulted in the serious illness and death of thousands of dogs.”, it seems appropriate to start a discussion on pet food products and what we can do to reduce toxins and contaminants in our best friend’s daily diet. We hear a lot about ‘avoiding treats from China’, but how important really is country of origin? What sort of treats are safe and healthy?Read More
Due to the declining Canadian dollar and other economic factors, Zoom Zoom Groom will be increasing its prices by approximately 5% as of April 15th, 2015.
This price adjustment will allow us to continue pushing for higher standards when it comes to grooming talent, customer service, and the products we carry.
Thank you for your continued support.
The Zoom Zoom Groom Team
Many cat owners think that their feline friends are able to take care of 100% of their grooming needs on their own. While it is true that cats groom themselves, there are many instances where cats need regular grooming done by you or a grooming professional. Some cats require more grooming than others; our fluffiest friends and senior kitties generally have a higher grooming requirement. No matter whether your cat is a long, short, or hairless breed- she will require some form of grooming within her life.Read More
A Happy Smile is a Happy Heart
Every February pet lovers celebrate Pet Dental Health Month as part of a campaign to promote awareness of periodontal wellness in our pets. Dental health is crucial to the overall well being of your dog, however it is one of the most common forms of illness overlooked by pet owners. In fact, a recent study found that Veterinary Pet Insurance policyholders are spending over twice as much on repairing periodontal disease than preventing it!Read More
Zoom Zoom Groom is implementing a new advanced dental program called Plaq Clnz!
Plaq Clnz is a Zinc-based oral health care product that treats and helps prevent bad breath, plaque, tartar and gingivitis. Used regularly, it keeps pets’ breath fresh and protects against the early stages of periodontal disease.
Why should you be concerned with your pet’s oral health?
Ongoing research shows the link between oral health and overall health. Keeping your pet’s teeth and gums healthy allows them to eat normally, keeps their breath fresh and can add up to five healthy years to your pet’s life.
Pet bad breath is often overlooked, but it’s actually one of the first signs of oral disease:
“At any one time, 80% of all dogs and 70% of all cats show signs of dental and oral health diseases. Regular dental care can add as much as five years to a pet’s life.”
— American Veterinary Dental Society
PlaqClnz eliminates pet’s bad breath, protects oral health and helps add up to five healthy years to your pet’s life.
Be sure to tell your groomer if your pet has noticeable bad breath or any problems with chewing, loss of appetite, uneaten food, food dropping from the mouth or pawing at the mouth or face.
Here are some steps to ensure optimal oral health:
- Evaluate your pet’s oral health
- See how PlaqClnz helps safeguard your pet’s oral health
- Visit your Vet regularly
People today are becoming more aware of the importance of nutrition. All you have to do is watch Dr. Oz to conclude that the majority of his shows focus on food, nutrition and its significant contribution to health and disease prevention.Read More
Unfortunately, I was too busy to complete day 4 and 5’s blog, but it is the weekend and I have a few minutes (before studying) to update the events here at NCGIA. It has been such a productive experience. I have learned so much about cats, their temperaments, how to assess them, the various breeds and their care.Read More
Day 3 and the information and learning keeps coming! Today was Cat First Aid in the morning, and an introduction to cat wrestling in the afternoon!!!! (more clarification later)…… Liz introduced us to recognize what is normal and abnormal in the cat, as well how to approach and restrain a cat in distress.