Grooming plays an important role in keeping your pet clean and healthy. We know it can be challenging to maintain you dog’s groom on your own, so how do you choose the best grooming salon for your pet? Here’s a guide to the ins and outs of finding a grooming salon. Step 1 – Ask For Referrals
Do tumbleweeds of pet hair have your house looking less than perfect? This is a problem many Pet Parents face, and while most dogs shed during the spring and summer months, a number of breeds shed their coat year round, making the clean-up process a fulltime job. However, there are simple solutions to control the pesky process. Regularly grooming your dog & Read more �
After a professional groom your dog’s coat feels softer, looks smoother and smells cleaner, but grooming is not always just about getting cleaned and trimmed. PetSmart professional groomers also know how to take your dog’s look to the next level by giving him that extra special pop of color and flair. So what should you ask for when dropping your & Read more �
When thinking of ways to keep your dogs cool this summer a haircut is usually one of the first things that comes to mind, but, in truth, a hair cut is not the only way and certainly not always the best approach to a cooled-down summer for your pet.
What would happen if you never brushed your teeth or stopped seeing your dentist regularly? Picture bad breath, plaque buildup, and possible infections. The same goes for our four-legged friends. But tartar buildup on your pet's teeth can cause much more than bad breath.
As the barometer rises in the summer months some of the only outdoors activities you and your pets can enjoy together involve water, lots and lots of water. But if you don’t have access to large bodies of water and have to settle for a local pool, make sure you know what to do to prevent the chlorine from harming & Read more �
Your groomer makes your pet look and feel like a superstar, but when that glow begins to fade and you can’t get back to the groomer quickly, there are some easy ways to help maintain your professional groom at home. We recommend most Pet Parents schedule professional grooms every six to eight weeks. Here are some tips to keep them looking & Read more �
When you take your pet to the salon for a professional groom they’re getting the full pamper package with the added benefit of walking out feeling clean andhealthy. Professional groomers are just that, professionals; they have the experience to provide your pets with a comfortable grooming experience, theprofessional tools and equipment to treat your pets & Read more �
Nail clipping is a necessary part of caring for your dog. Left untrimmed, your dog’s nails can crack or break or can grow too long, affecting how he walks.
You groom your dog so that he can look his best. He loves the way the brush feels going through his fur and it is something that brings the two of you closer together. Did you know that grooming your dog has benefits beyond just making him look good? Brushing your dog is also an excellent way to make sure that everything is & Read more �