When poop sticks to your dog’s fur, it can be far more than a smelly nuisance. Feces trapped in fur can lead to digestion problems, parasites, infections, and more. Here are five ways you can prevent poop from sticking to your dog’s fur.
Bath time can be trickier for senior dogs who deal with arthritis, skin conditions, blindness, and more. When bathing your senior dog, you should make every effort to get them as comfortable as possible, work with their medical needs, and reduce anxiety.
Addressing your dog’s shedding may help with some of your spring allergies. Not to mention, it will keep your dog’s coat healthy! Here are five great items that can help you handle your dog’s spring shedding, including special brushes, hair removal brooms, and natural shampoos.
There are plenty of ways to take care of dogs, but there are certain things that they can’t do themselves that absolutely need our human attention. It’s your job to keep them healthy, provide boundaries, and give them the care they need.
You might not think of it, but depending on your dog’s fur, you will likely need a specific kind of brush. There are many different kinds of dog brushes for many different types of coats, and it can be tough to know how to pick the right one. Here’s a quick guide.
Matted fur, when left unattended, can actually become painful for dogs. It pulls at the skin, and it can also harbor bacteria and pests, leading to infections and infestations. Here are some basic video tutorials for de-matting your dog’s coat.
It’s always great to make sure our beautiful dogs stay clean and smelling good by grooming them regularly, but grooming is about more than just keeping them nice and pretty. In fact, it’s actually very vital to their health and wellness.
It’s a full-blown job to get our cute lovable pups nice and clean. But what is the best option when it comes to grooming our pets? Should we groom our dogs ourselves or leave it to a professional to do it? Here are some pros and cons of both.
A little Poodle named Sesame is giving new meaning to the word “Sheepdog” after a picture of her new haircut went viral on Instagram.
With a little practice and some preparation, grooming at home can be easier, less stressful, and less costly than taking them to a professional groomer.
Looking for a small dog who sheds as little fur as possible? Here are 10 candidates — from the Bichon Frise to the Yorkshire Terrier — who fit the bill.
What if you dropped your dog off for grooming, and it was returned to you with more than just freshly cleaned and combed hair? What if it was missing part of its tail, or if part of its ear was severed and re-attached with glue? Gladys Kapuwai alleges that her dog Dodo had her ear […]
Pet Product Review: Grooming Products by Pet HeadHave you heard of the people grooming products under the name Bed Head? Well, these fun products with names like Superstar, Ego Boost, Cocky, and Moisture Maniac are products I use quite often. So, when I came across a new line with the name Pet Head, grooming products […]