A Professional Dog Grooming session includes brushing, Bathing, Trimming, Clipping, and Sanitizing the dog. A Groomer has all the right tools to get your dog looking his best, from different kinds of clippers and rounded scissors to an adjustable grooming table. They’re equipped with nontoxic, gentle shampoos for dogs with skin allergies or irritations or with fleas.

We recommend grooming every 4-6 weeks with brushing at least 1-3 times a week and bathing every month.

Owning a dog is a huge commitment, but when it comes to grooming, some people are a little frightened by anything more than a bath in the yard or a weekly brushing. The dogs that require the most grooming sessions are 

  1. Poodle 
  2. Bichon Frise
  3. Afghan Hound
  4. Golden Retriever 
  5. Labrador

It takes approximately 45 Minutes to 1 and half hours to groom a dog.

Yes absolutely! Groomers might cover an aggressive dog’s face with a towel while moving the dog. Aggressive dogs are restrained with a loop, and most groomers have muzzles on hand for the most challenging dogs. Neither of these devices will hurt your dog.

Dog Training

For pet dogs, training once or twice a day, a couple of days a week in 5-15 minute training intervals, is probably more than enough to achieve good results.

You can try out many methods, such as Removing excess energy, being consistent, mastering your energy, and noticing your dog’s emotional well-being.

The ideal time to begin training is around 7 to 8 weeks for most puppies, and the most effective training involves positive reinforcement and gentle commands.

The first things a puppy needs to learn are basic manners, his name, potty training, and not to bite your hands with those sharp teeth.

Yelling also can make your dog less likely to respond to your commands, which makes you more frustrated and likely to yell. New research and most dog-training experts recommend you stop yelling at your dog and use a soft, quiet voice when talking to your dog.

Dog Walking

A dog in good general shape can enjoy a 15 to 30-minute walk daily. Most breeds may need routine walks several times per day.

Yes, dogs can get bored of the same walking route. Just like humans, dogs can get bored of the same walk every day.

Morning walks are recommended for puppies and senior dogs since they need to potty first thing in the morning to prevent accidents.

If you don’t walk your dog for a day, nothing major happens, but if the exercise is not initiated for a very long time, it can result in digestive issues, a suppressed immune system, skin issues, and pancreatitis, amongst other things.

We recommend getting at least 30 minutes of exercise each day; this is something that everybody can achieve – and go beyond – on a daily dog walk. The amount of exercise your dog needs will vary according to its breed, but every dog should have at least one walk a day, often two.


When a dog has reached one year of age, they generally just have to visit the animal hospital or veterinary clinic once a year.

Symptoms like Shaking, flattened ears, low posture, aggression, grumpy temperament, panting or crying, excessive licking or scratching a specific area, reluctant to play, interact or exercise, lameness (limping), stiffness after rest, loss of appetite can be a reason to visit a VET as soon as possible.

Vet care is essential for your dog; every dog should be registered with a local vet. Dogs must be kept up to date with vaccinations, worming, flea and tick treatments, and have regular check-ups.

Older dogs should have annual visits to maintain their health until they’re around 10 years old; then, they might need to visit two or three times a year as they age, depending on their health.

Skin conditions, stomach issues, and ear infections are the top three reasons dog owners bring their pets to the vet.


Dog grooming services are now available to book with one click on the Monkoodog App; If you are in South Delhi or Gurgaon, you don’t have to struggle to secure a dog grooming appointment; you can find all the fantastic Dog grooming salons registered with Monkoodog and even check out their services and book an appointment.

Monkoodog allows you to book the nearest dog walker or a playmate that keeps your dog entertained with all the required activities while you can carry on with your other business.

Monkoodog was founded in 2019

Yes, absolutely! with Monkoodog, you can book an appointment at your available time and even navigate the VETs near you. You will also be able to view what other pet owners have to say about the VET and even track your dog’s health chart

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