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Slayton Vet Clinic

By: Sheila Crowley, staff writer

January 15, 2014

   Amanda Overman, Iona, has been hired to perform grooming services at Slayton Vet Clinic. 
 MURRAY COUNTY NEWS / Sheila Crowley
MURRAY COUNTY NEWS / Sheila Crowley
Amanda Overman, Iona, has been hired to perform grooming services at Slayton Vet Clinic.
hires new groomer
A happy dog is a healthy dog, and a healthy dog has strong, shiny fur. Your dogís coat is one of the best ways to gain insights into your dogís condition, be it physical or emotional. Itís very important to get to know the ideal qualities of your furry friendís breed and to set aside time to maintain his or her coat with regular brushing and washing.

Every dog, no matter long or short their coat is, needs regular grooming. This plays an important part of making your pet look better and also contributes to his or her physiological and psychological health.

Regular brushing and combing your dog helps keep the coat clean and healthy and stimulates the skin, allowing the natural oils to circulate to the coat. Regular professional grooming also allows the groomer to check your pet for potential health problems such as loss of hair, unusual growths and tumors, inflammation, fleas, ticks and other parasites.

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