Grooming

How to Reduce Dog Shedding

Dog shedding is a persistent problem encountered by many canines. This is a regular affair for many breeds but one has to keep a track on the overall frequency and amount of hair that is usually shed in order to gauge whether there is a proble...

Why Groom Your Dog?

Grooming your dog is one of the most important things and unfortunately one of the most ignored ones too. Most pet owners find it hard to take out some time to groom their dog and some others don't think it is that important. Combing and brush...

Every Day Grooming for Your Dog

Brushing: Dogs enjoy being brushed and the type of brushing depends on the type of coat they have. Dogs with long hair need to be brushed everyday to prevent their hair from getting tangled. Dogs with short hair need to be brushed only once or...

Tips for Selecting a Dog Groomer

Taking your pet to a professional dog groomer is an important part of raising a healthy, well adjusted companion. Many people believe that a simple wash and dry in the backyard is enough to keep their pet clean, but only a professional has the...

Dog Grooming - How To Do Dog Grooming At Home

If you have decided that you would like to groom your own dog you will need to choose the correct dog grooming tools to enable you to carry out this necessary task satisfactorily. By doing this task yourself you will undoubtedly save yourself ...

The Many Benefits of Dog Grooming

Who would have thought that the simple act of dog grooming could affect your dog's physical and emotional health and well-being on so many levels? The look and feel of your dog's coat will tell you about what is going on for his whole state of...

What New Dog Owners Need to Know About Dog Grooming Services

One of the most important things to understand when determining the successful outcome of a dog grooming session is how your pet is behaving when you pick them up from a groomer. Specialized and professional groomers must know how to handle un...

Why Grooming Your Dog Is So Important

There are three main reasons why we groom dogs. Firstly brushing a dog removes debris and disturbs the skins surface which releases the natural oil called sebum. This keeps the dog's coat glossy and healthy too. In the wild, the wolf will roll...

The Importance of a Regular Grooming Schedule for Your Dog

Groomers are often the first line of defense in the health care for dogs, since we are usually the first to spot a skin problem, ear, eye and oral infections, parasites such as fleas and ticks, physical sensitivities in certain areas, lumps an...

How to Trim Your Dog's Nails

Most dog owners relinquish the job of dog grooming and clipping their dog's nails to a groomer or veterinarian. Your dog may not like to have his paws touched, but trimming his nails need not become an ordeal. Ease into the job by handling your...