Question about Pets - Others
Also, watch how the groomer treats your dog. If they treat your dog good, and talk to them, and loving, than the dog will feel more comfortable.
Posted on Nov 18, 2014
You should look for credentials. A NDGA certification means the groomer's skills have been evaluated against a national standard. A master groomer knows safety procedures, health and hygiene practices in the shop.
Posted on Aug 15, 2012
My favorite grooming tool is the mitt. It is a glove that you wear and swipe alongyour dog's coat. It is good for allkinds of dogs, big, small, and even smooth or wire haired. It is rubber so it collects stray hairswithout scratching your dog. Dependingon how much hair it collects, they tend to stay on the mitt and not to falloff.
Posted on May 15, 2012
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Some aggressive pets could be muzzled in order to keep the safety
of your pet and the safety of the groomer, there are some places which charge
extra for this so check it out before you decide where to groom your pet.
Yes there is. First you should try being present the whole
grooming process. If that doesn't work you should try giving your pet some
sedatives from your vet. If this doesn't work either, the last resort will be
to go to a vet with in house grooming and have your pet completely asleep for
the whole grooming process although it is quite expensive.
Creative grooming is done by adding creativity to the groom
through the use of color, glitter, rhinestones, etc. It is 100% safe for the animal as long as you
are getting it done by a professional that uses the right kinds of dyes. Here are some examples of creatively groomed
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