Archive for the 'grooming' Category

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Classic Dog Article: Little Dogs With Low Grooming Needs

June 21st, 2010

Often I’m asked for suggestions of small breeds that don’t require a great deal of grooming, so for today’s classic article, I’m bringing back my list of diminutive dogs that won’t need hours under the brush. I do remind potential owners that just because a dog is small, it doesn’t mean they aren’t energetic (in […]

Classic Dog Article: Tub Tips – Simplifying The Bathing Process!

June 7th, 2010

Even though the official start of summer is 2 weeks away, I’m seeing many dogs enjoying the warm weather already! There’s an increase of dogs and their owners hitting the trails, swimming holes and just enjoying outdoor time together. All of this activity can leave you with a less-than-sweet-smelling canine at the end of the […]

Classic Dog Article: How To Cut Your Dog’s Nails

March 15th, 2010

Trimming your dog’s nails should be a routine part of your grooming routine, but many owners avoid this needed maintenance to their pet’s paws. If your dog isn’t used to having his nails cut, today’s classic article may be of use to you. Check out Caring For Your Dog’s Nails Photo by verypink

Dog Video Of The Day: Extreme Poodle Grooming

March 14th, 2010

A video of the “Amazing Poodle Competition” at The Groomer’s Expo in Pasadena, California. The video is a bit bumpy, but worth it for the dogs!!

Dog Show Equipment – What Do You Pack?

February 16th, 2010

There are over 2,500 dogs in attending the 2010 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show and each of these pampered pooches comes with an enormous entourage of equipment! Observing the line of canines file into the back entrance of Madison Square Garden was witnessing owners and handlers struggling to manage all of the items needed to […]

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