Effective Solutions to Your Dog's Flea and Tick Problems
Pawsh Wash carries a variety of flea and tick medications, from topical treatments to all-natural approaches. Get effective, non-toxic, chemical-free solutions that are safe for you, your pet, your house, and your yard!
Quality Products Help Fight Fleas and Ticks
Keep a Close Eye on Your Pet
Tip 1 - Remember to treat your pet for infestations once a month, year round.
Tip 2 - Inspect your pet regularly. Signs that your dog or cat might be infected include constant scratching and visible skin irritation.
Combing through your pet's coat gives you a better look at both the coat and the skin. Using a fine-toothed comb can help you determine the severity of the infection.
Regular washing helps
Tip 3 - Bathe your pet often. Keeping your animal clean will remove flea saliva, which can irritate the skin, and make it easier to spot the invaders.
Once you know there's an infestation, a flea shampoo offers a quick remedy. But remember that treating the animal alone may not solve the problem. You may have to treat your house as the fleas may have made their way inside.
Tip 4 - Monitor the condition of your pet's skin. Dry and itchy skin is an ideal environment for fleas, while a well-balanced diet rich in omegas can help maintain healthy skin and a clean coat.
8 Easy Steps for Your Pet's Bath
Pawsh Wash has broken your pet's bath down into 8 steps that will make cleaning more enjoyable and successful. We want your dog to be not only truly clean but feeling good, too!
Leave your pet in our good hands, and we'll call you when your dog is clean and ready to be picked up!
Essential Communication With Your Pet's Bather is Step 1
Step 1 - Checking in: When you check in at Pawsh Wash, be sure to let us know about any conditions or sensitivities your dog may have. We'll talk to you about your dog's needs, feel the coat for mats, check for fleas, and examine the condition of the skin and coat.
From brushing out to bath
Step 2 - Brushing out:
In the washroom, we will brush to remove excess hair. A good brushing helps make the bath more effective.
Step 3 - Ear cleaning: Clearing a dog's ears of dirt and wax is important. After the cleaning, we will place cotton balls in them to protect the ears during the bath itself.
Step 4 - Washing: We rinse dirt and debris from your pet's coat with oatmeal-based and soap-free shampoos and conditioners.
Drying, trimming, and more
Step 5 - Towel drying: Using a towel reduces blow dryer time.
Step 6 - Nail trimming: Right after the bath, nails are easier to see and are softer from soaking in the tub.
Step 7 - Blow drying: We use high-velocity blowers to quickly remove the water from your pet's coat.
Step 8 - Final brushing: We finish with a brushing to remove extra hair and brush out tangles. A finishing spray and bandana says your pet is ready to go!