Category: Grooming Tips

Keep Your Four-Legged Friends Skin From Getting Dry

Keep Your Four-Legged Friends Skin From Getting Dry

We all know dry skin can be really painful. Between the cracks and dry spots, it can really do a number on us if left untreated. Dry skin can also be a real problem on our pets. To stop dry skin from affecting your pets, here are a few tips to help with prevention. Dry… Read more »

How Grooming Can Make Your Dog Happier

How Grooming Can Make Your Dog Happier

Think about how great we feel after getting our hair cut, a spa day or our nails done. Our pets are the same way; we try to keep them as happy and healthy as possible. Feeding them properly is important to keep them healthy as well as keeping their toys appropriate for their size and… Read more »

Tips For Grooming At Home To Help In Between Groomer Visits

Tips For Grooming At Home To Help In Between Groomer Visits

Sometimes it feels like the trips to your groomer just aren’t enough. Unfortunately, your dog’s hair just never stops growing and while a professional groomer is able to keep it under control, it can be challenging, as well as costly if you are going to the groomer frequently. If your groomer is making a shocked… Read more »

Paw Maintenance for Your Dog

Keep Your Dog’s Paws Safe

Whether they are running, playing, or climbing up to take a seat next to you, our pets are on their feet quite a bit. It’s important that we do what we can to make sure their paws don’t become a source of irritation for them. Take Care Of Your Dog’s Paws Trim Nails and Fur A… Read more »

Professional Dog Grooming vs DIY

When it comes to the health of a dog, it’s essential to have them groomed on a regular basis. Whether that is at-home grooming or having them groomed by a professional, grooming will provide protection against ticks and fleas, and will give the dog the clean appearance we all love. Whichever dog grooming method you… Read more »

Keep Your Dog Relaxed at the Groomer

Professional dog grooming

Bringing your dog to a professional groomer is extremely important for the health and hygiene of your dog. Many dog owners get a little nervous because they’re not sure how their dog will behave when getting groomed. If you have been bringing your dog to the groomer regularly, then you probably have the routine down…. Read more »

Introducing a Puppy to Grooming

When you get your puppy, there is a good amount of responsibility that you acquire. Feeding, training, and grooming are all a major part of your puppy’s life. Many dog owners have to figure out when is a good time to start bringing their puppy to a regular groomer. Many people treat their dogs like… Read more »

Should I Let My Dog Sleep in My Bed?

Allowing dog to share bed

Many dog owners ask themselves this question over and over when they get a dog. At first, it seems alright because it is enjoyable to have your dog next to you in bed, but it isn’t always the healthiest thing to allow your dog to do. There are many consequences to allowing your dog to… Read more »

Grooming Tips for Cats

Grooming Tips for Cats

We all know how independent our cats are. They usually enjoy being independent and coming around when they enjoy our attention, but when it comes to grooming them, it can get a little tricky. For the most part, cats do their own grooming. However, you should be helping out as well. Grooming your cat will prevent… Read more »

Quick Grooming Tips if You Can’t Get to the Dog Groomer

Bath time for your dog

We encourage everyone to bring their dog to the pet groomer on the regular, but if you can’t make it too often, it’s important to make sure you’re still providing the necessary grooming that your dog needs. Dogs need to be healthy and taken care of just like humans do, so if you don’t have… Read more »