Since you can’t stop seasonal shedding, get the right tools, follow a bathing and brushing routine, use supplements, and cover furniture.
Dog grooming: Learn to care for your top from the top of her head to the soles of his paws.
Grooming guide: Go beyond brushing and bathing and use this handy dog grooming guide to know what you need to do and when you need to do it to keep your pup clean and healthy.
Dog hygiene tools: Get these five tools to make keeping your dog healthy and happy a breeze. Get the right brush for your dog's coat, nail clippers and more.
Clean up dog hair: Use slipcovers, duct tape, a vacuum, a humidifier, and regular grooming.
Poor dental health can lead to tooth loss, heart disease, and other health problems. Provide proper dental care for your dog.
Treat yourself to a spa day – or, in your dog’s case, a spaw day – at home using the tools you have on hand.
Our beloved pets are family members. As pet parents, there’s a lot we can do to keep our doggies’ tails wagging.
Indoor pets need grooming as much as outdoor pets. Keep their fur healthy and free of dirt, dust, and other allergens.
Regular grooming goes beyond keeping your dog’s hair clean. It helps improve blood circulation and also allows you to spot injuries early.
Bathing your dog regularly is an essential element of dog care. And the need to keep your dog healthy and clean doesn’t stop during the winter. Experts suggest that dog owners should bathe their pooch at least once every four to six weeks depending on the breed. Bathing helps protect your dog from infections and… Continue Reading
Dog winter coat maintenance tips: Brush often, bathe rarely, add fish oil supplement to your dog’s diet, and provide plenty of water.
To make nail trimming easier, sedate your pup and use a good pair of nail clippers. There is no need to spend money paying a groomer or your vet.
Dog mouthwash is formulated specifically for dogs so you can add it to any dental routine to help minimize mouth bacteria and bad breath.