We at Ironmaya Pet Grooming want to provide the best care for your beloved pet. As part of our commitment to transparency and full disclosure, we want to inform you of possible medical conditions that may occur after grooming your pet. Please note that these conditions may require veterinary attention.
We want to assure you that we take all necessary precautions to prevent these conditions from occurring. However, grooming can be a complex process that may result in some of the conditions mentioned above. We recommend that you monitor your pet for any of these conditions and seek veterinary attention if needed.
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Aural Hematoma: This is a condition where blood accumulates between the skin and cartilage of the ear flap, causing swelling and discomfort.
Contact Dermatitis: Some pets may develop skin redness, inflammation, and irritation after exposure to grooming products or contact with the grooming table or tools.
Feline Post-Grooming Alopecia: Some cats may experience hair loss due to stress, skin conditions, and anxiety.
Atopic Dermatitis: Pets with sensitive skin may experience allergies and skin inflammation after grooming.
Anal Gland Impaction: Expressing the anal glands during grooming may cause temporary discomfort for the pet. However, if the anal glands become impacted, they can cause pain, infection, and other complications.
Pruritus: Some pets may experience itching and irritation after grooming, especially if they have skin conditions such as allergies or dermatitis.
Ocular Irritation: Pets may experience eye redness, inflammation, and irritation due to shampoo or other grooming products getting into their eyes.
Emotional Distress: Grooming can be a stressful experience for some pets, especially if they are not used to it. This may cause emotional distress and anxiety for the pet.
Intertrigo: Some pets may develop skin rash and irritation in the folds and creases of their belly, especially if they have sensitive skin.
Acute Moist Dermatitis (Hotspot): Hotspots are inflamed and infected areas of skin that may occur due to excessive licking, scratching or biting of the skin.
Stress-induced Diarrhea: Some pets may develop diarrhea due to the stress of the grooming process.
Nausea and Vomiting: Anxiety or stress from the grooming experience may cause some pets to experience nausea and vomiting.
Behavioral Changes: Some pets may exhibit temporary behavioral changes after grooming, such as increased aggression or fearfulness.
Post-grooming Lethargy: Some pets may feel tired and lethargic after the grooming process, due to stress or the physical exertion of the experience.
Post-grooming Cough: Pets that are anxious or stressed during grooming may be more prone to coughing, gagging, or choking during the process or shortly after.