Whether you prefer DIY grooming or just want to extend the time between trips to the groomers, here are a few easy ways to keep your dog looking and feeling his/her best.
For some people (and dogs), nail trimming can be a daunting task, but with a little practice and a few treats, it can be a positive experience for everyone. Begin by getting your dog used to have their feet touched (don’t forget to reward your dog and to keep the sessions short). Continue reading →
Dog grooming was once limited to bathing and a trim. Today, groomers are pushing the boundaries to give your pampered pooch a unique look.
Fancy your dog with pink highlights? Or maybe you want to express your dog’s wild side with an animal print? Pet safe hair dyes make this (and more) possible.
Be sure to select a groomer who has experience with product and never use on dogs with irritated skin or who have allergies. Continue reading →
Grooming is an inevitable aspect of life with a dog. In this post, we look at the best tools for brushing, deshedding, and helping your dog look their best.
So Many Brushes….
Choosing the right brush is important and depends on the type of coat your dog has. Continue reading →
It was not that long ago that dog grooming meant washing your dog in the backyard with some soap and a garden hose. Today, there are many more options available to make the task easier and enjoyable for you and your canine.
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