With easy to follow instructions for the different steps of the diy dog grooming process you will find the answers to your dog grooming questions. Our goal is to make your grooming experience easy for you, safe for your dog and a fun experience for both of you.
Grooming your pet yourself can be a great way to save money and bond with your pet. A professional grooming session can set an owner back up to $50 or $60 per session. Plus, people are busy, and regular trips to the groomer might prove inconvenient.
Your dog's health is - directly and indirectly - influenced by how much time to you devote to dog grooming. Yes, some dog breeds require more attention to grooming than others, but all dogs require some very basic grooming in order to maintain healthy teeth, ears, coat, skin, nails, and eyes.
Thanks Roslyn for this excellent post. We should always notice what our dogs want, what they like or dislike so we can keep our of pets safe. If our dog like to groom then it is also important that we should spare some time for grooming as it will result in an efficient and fruitful relationship.
The picture at left is the same dog, one hour apart. If you don't believe it, just watch the video of the grooming process I've posted here. Looks easy in the video, but I have to tell you, the first time I tried to groom our Cocker Spaniel, he tried repeatedly to hang himself from the leash I had around his neck.