Grooming

Is Your Family Dog Ready to Greet Holiday Company?

- 11/15/2016 10:00:32 AM
Is Your Family Dog Ready to Greet Holiday Company?
When guests are coming for holiday celebrations, we want everything to be festive and fresh -- including the family dog.

To get your canine companion company-ready -- and eliminate the need for last-minute dog hair clean up -- do a pre-holiday grooming following these steps in this blog.
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How to Undo Summertime Damage to Your Dog's Coat and Skin

- 9/15/2016 8:59:43 AM
How to Undo Summertime Damage to Your Dog's Coat and SkinOur dogs love the summer as much as we do; from romps at the park to hikes in the woods to swims in the lake, the season is filled with outdoor fun.

But all that fun can lead to badly tangled coat, skin and paw irritation, and other problems. It's time to address those problems, before they get worse. Our team of professional groomers recommends these five steps.
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Puppy Meets the Groomer

- 8/11/2016 2:11:45 PM
Puppy Meets the GroomerWhile routine grooming tasks, like brushing, are easy to handle at home, many of us prefer to turn the major jobs - like shampoos and nail trims - over to a professional.

After all, they have the training and the special equipment needed to perform those tasks better than we can at home. Another big plus of handing your dog over to a groomer for those "big jobs" is that you won't have to deal with the mess of wet, shed hair all over your bathroom!
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Teaching Your Puppy to Be Handled

- 8/3/2016 3:35:27 PM
Teaching Your Puppy to Be HandledRegular grooming is one of the most important responsibilities pet parents have. By taking good care of your pet's coat, ears, teeth and nails, you'll keep him healthy and comfortable - not to mention nice to be near!

Unfortunately, puppies aren't born knowing how to behave during grooming sessions. They may not like having their ears cleaned or nails clipped. And they may try to pull away or even nip when touched in a sensitive area.
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