How To Groom Your Dog
If the local dog groomer is too expensive, or you just don’t trust anyone else with your furry companion, there are other ways to pamper your pup.
Dogs have hair or fur that needs to be brushed regularly. While some breeds may benefit from less bathing, you should still make sure their hair isn’t knotting or matting.
You may think you know what brush you need, but it’s best to research which one will be best for your pet’s fur/hair type.
When grooming at home, make sure your dog isn’t uncomfortable. That way you both can enjoy the experience, and it’ll go by swiftly and efficiently.
Groom your dog in a wet-lit place that’s safe for your dog. You don’t want them running away or injuring themselves in the process.
Don’t try to rush the process. Your dog is not used to being handled in this way. Be patient. Slowly allow your dog to trust you while you brush them or clip their nails.
Remember that some dogs also don’t like getting wet, so prepare yourself for some big splashes!
Have fun with the process, and your dog will learn to enjoy it too!