Articles in the category ‘Dog grooming’

Dog bathing

All puppies need to get used to being groomed, and starting as early in its life as possible. Doing so will prevent future grooming problems from happening later on in their lives. Whether your puppy has a short coat (Boxer, Basset Hound, Labrador Retriever), long coat (Lhasa Apso, German Long-haired Pointer, Samoyed) or one that... read on

Brushing your dog's hair

Brushing a dog can be quite a challenge to some dog owners, especially when you own a long-haired breed. Most of us do not have the time or the interest in braiding, curling, poofing, styling, or designing our dog’s hair. Regardless of your dog’s coat type, his hair needs to be brushed regularly. If you... read on

Eye care for dogs

When grooming your puppy, do not ignore proper eye care and safety. Some dog owners forget the little things when it comes to grooming their dog which can result in health problems in the future. Below are a few puppy eye-care guidelines. Avoiding injuries Guarding your puppy’s eyes from injury is important so be sure... read on

Ear care for dogs

Regardless of the shape and size, dog ears are adorable and most dogs melt with ecstasy when they get their ears rubbed. However, ear massages alone will not be enough to keep your dog or puppy’s ears healthy. Ears are one of the central breeding areas for yeast infections, mites, fleas, etc. and it is... read on

How to wash my dog

Grooming your dog or puppy should be a weekly affair, and often daily depending on the breed and physical characteristics. Bathing is at the top of the list of most important grooming habits that every dog owner must adhere to. It doesn’t matter what breed of dog or what coat type – every dog needs... read on