Groom Tips

Grooming Practice Tip Number Three: Nail Trimming

When we talk about dog feet, it’s inevitable that we’re going to talk about dog nails. And dog nails means… nail trimming

Queue the moans and the sighs. Everyone has one or two (or many more!) nightmares about trying to trim doggy toenails. But I have good news; learning to trim nails with ease is not only possible, there is an entire army of dog owners who do it every day! 

Grooming Practice Tip Number One: Brushing the Dog!

A regular brushing routine is a great way for you to bond with your furry best friend while keeping her skin and coat healthy and clean! Treat your dog to a spa night as the two of you cozy up on the sofa, binge some great Netflix shows and gently (gently no pulling or aggressiveness allowed) brush through your dog’s coat. 

Grooming Tips From a Poodle Owner: How I for from there to here.

It’s hard for me to remember a time when I didn’t do my own midnight grooming sessions. Heck, it’s hard for me to imagine a time when I relied on a grooming shop to do any work on my dogs.
Truthfully though, it wasn’t all that long ago that I didn’t know the difference between a 4 blade and a 40 blade. Ear powder meant nothing to me and the very thought that there were dryers made specifically for dogs was a completely foreign concept to my mind.