Most dogs fear having a dog bath. To reduce anxiety, use warm water and the right shampoo, reduce slipping risks, and distract your dog.
If you choose to groom your dog at home, you need the right dog grooming tools including shears, nail trimmers, brushes, and shampoos.
Weigh the pros and cons before deciding whether to do dog grooming at home or take your dog to see a professional groomer.
Go beyond brushing and bathing. Use this dog grooming guide to keep your pup clean and healthy.
Help fight your dog’s dry skin with a balanced diet, a humidifier, and regular grooming.
Keep your dog’s coat healthy by feeding a high-protein diet, bathing as needed, and daily brushing. Grooming also helps reduce shedding.
Reduce grooming stress. Stay calm and reward your dog for good behavior. Treats, extra attention and lots of praise reinforce a positive message.
Reduce dog grooming stress by preparing your dog, staying calm, rewarding your dog, and tiring your dog out before you go.
Thrifty dog owner: Save money by buying food in bulk and making your own treats and toys. Skip the groomer and care for your dog yourself.
Dog grooming mistakes: Failing to regularly bathe and brush not only makes it more difficult when you do groom your dog it also can damage his health.