Our intent is to provide every household with a single pet a general grooming products that they need.
We work hard to ensure that our products can feel you safe here at YONEL ENTERPRISE Store and your pet enjoys the bathing experience.
Although we do not perform pet grooming, we are able to offer products for bathing, for both dogs and cats at our store. Bathing can have many additional health benefits to your pet beside the look and smell! A well groomed pet is more likely to be hugged, and pets live healthier lives when they are touched frequently and have a healthy coat and skin. Aside from keeping your pet smelling and looking attractive, bathing and brushing will help to prevent or impede such conditions as parasites and skin irritations.
While grooming should be done on a consistent basis, the frequency to which your pet needs to be groomed will depend somewhat on daily routines, coat type, age and general health. A bath is appropriate whenever you want your pet to be clean and smell fresh. However, over frequent bathing, or use of harsh or drying products can dull the coat and cause dry, flaky, and sometimes itchy skin. When it is bath time, consider your pet’s other grooming needs including nail trims, ear cleaning, and coat brushing, if appropriate for your pet’s hair type. It is recommended that long haired dogs be groomed every 6-8 weeks to avoid matting. In addition, your pet will benefit from regular brushing to remove any loose hairs and dead skin cells, to rid the coat of debris and external parasites, and to disseminate skin oils that form along the hair shafts.
If your pet suffers from allergies or general “itchy skin”,there are veterinarians that may prescribe regular bathing as part of the treatment routine. There are many indications for medicated baths in animals. One of the most common reasons for using a medicated bath is to treat ‘itchy’ skin. Another common condition responsive to medicated baths is seborrhea. Medicated baths are recommended after your pet has been examined and the skin problem properly diagnosed by a veterinarian. Keep in mind that unusual things such as hypothyroidism can be the cause of a skin problem in your pet. Hypothyroidism is a condition diagnosed with blood work indicating the animal has inadequate levels of thyroid hormone circulating in the blood.