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Deep clean your pup - naturally!

Wednesday, 8th July, 2020 3:22pm

The Spaw in Douglas is introducing a new microbubble treatment to its dog wash services. Microbubble treatment has been commonly used by veterinarians and dog groomers in Japan over the past 20 years to treat dogs with skin issues, or more generally to ensure a good clean. 

Microbubbles gently remove bacteria, excess oils and grit that have stored in your dogs pores over time. The microbubbles have negatively charged ions which attract the positively charged bacteria, excess oils and grit from the dogs pores.

As dogs don’t sweat, their pores fill with contaminants over time, so this is a totally natural way to clean their skin as well as coat. The only elements required are oxygen and water.

This treatment is beneficial for all dog breeds. And it’s not just for dogs with skin conditions, it will help all dogs maintain healthy coat and skin.

The treatment is quick and effective. A 20 minute intensive wash is followed by a 10 minute power dry, and you’ll be all done in 30 minutes with a refreshed pooch.

Due to social distancing guidelines, the treatment is by appointment only. The Spaw take your dog at the door and the team then do all the work.

Derek O’Brien Owner of The Spaw said: “A recent survey at The Spaw told us that 71 per cent of dog owners allow their dog in their bed and almost 90 per cent allow their dog to walk freely around their home.

“Microbubbles ensure your dog really is clean and free of odours. It’s a natural treatment, without strong chemicals and the science behind it is very clever and exciting,” he added.

The Spaw have a short-term introductory offer of €25. Contact them through their website, Facebook or call 087-0671398 to book. The Spaw is located at Unit 26 B, Douglas Woollen Mills.

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