- Dog Grooming
The average pet owner can expect to spend between $30 and $90 for one standard grooming session. That’s pretty steep, considering how quickly dogs get dirty – but in recent years pet owners have actually been spending more on grooming, not less. The 2017-2018 American Pet Products Association (APPA) National Pet Owners Survey estimates a dog owner spending increase of $23 since 2013-2014. This is likely because owners are recognizing the benefits of proper grooming extend far past aesthetics – a preened pooch is easier to check for ticks/fleas/skin problems, and frequent brushing distributes the natural oils that encourage a healthier coat.
Luckily, many aspects of fur maintenance can be accomplished at home – and a quick trim doesn’t have to mean an expensive trip to the groomer’s. Pet Age recommends the Eyenimal Pet Clipper, first on a list of 11 other grooming products, in this recent article covering current trends and products in the pet industry.
“Quiet and powerful,” raves Pet Age, “The electric pet clipper makes it easy to keep your pets looking their best.” The cordless Eyenimal Pet Clipper is designed to be safe, easy to use, and compact. It boasts five-hour battery life, a battery-cooling system, a two-year warranty, and adjustable ceramic blades. It also includes two precise combs.
Ideal Pet Products recently became the exclusive supplier of Eyenimal products in the US and Mexico, and we’re constantly impressed by their top-notch merchandise. Check out more of Eyenimal’s great pet electronics here!