Bathing and brushing your dog before you cut helps to get rid of tangles and clumps of hair that can make grooming more difficult — and even painful. Think of it like this; whenever you go get your hair cut, the stylist usually backs your head into that incredibly uncomfortable sink to wash your hair, to get all the tangles out and smooth your hair. Do the same with your dog. Additionally, brushing your dog will get all of the shed hair off of your dog, leaving only good hair to cut.
When summer arrives, many dog owners ask themselves a question: Is it bad to give dogs a haircut in the summer?
In the majority of cases, and for almost every breed, the answer is yes. Under some circumstances and for some breeds a slight trim is advised.
Note : If the pet is aggresive then we have to give him anesthesia. The cost of anesthesia is 1500.