Use our summer grooming tips to reduce the risk of dehydration, foot pad burn, heat stroke, and sunburn in high temperatures.
Keeping your fluffy dog clean and healthy doesn’t have to be complicated. Simply brush, bathe, use a pet hair dryer, and feed a healthy diet.
Dog wipes are designed for wiping paws, removing pollen accumulated on their fur, or cleaning the mouth of an excessively drooling 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.
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
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.