Grooming en grooming <p>i am very interested in becoming a proffessional groomer. Does anyone have any advise on how to started? Where to get training? and how to get a degree/certified?</p> Grooming Sun, 07 Nov 2010 02:41:20 +0000 swilson1013 177263 at What if your puppy doesnt like being brushed? <p>When I try to brush my puppy, he tries to play with the brush. I don't know if this means he likes being brushed or not but I think it's best to do it when he's calm. What should I do to make my puppy adjust to being brushed daily? (He's a yorkie pom) I really appreciate it if you can help!</p> Grooming Tue, 27 Jul 2010 15:21:35 +0000 puppylovr07 172651 at Should the dog groomer be tipped <p>Should the dog groomer be tipped?<br /> if yes then how much?</p> Grooming Wed, 09 Jun 2010 00:26:13 +0000 junior.woof 172627 at My 1st Trip to PetSmart Grooming on Aero Drive <p>When I came in to drop my dog off, two employees were busy chatting (one was grooming a dog while the other was just standing there talking to him). The employee who came up to help me, Jackie, was friendly and I liked her. The entire time she was checking us in (my first time here), the two employees were busily chatting away. Then the male employee who was grooming the dog (who seemed dreadfully scared and was shaking like a leaf), suddenly shook the dog and yelled at the dog "knock it off!" I was shocked!</p> Grooming Tue, 25 May 2010 22:25:32 +0000 TootsiesMommy 172614 at great way to wash a small dog <p>Great new OutReach faucet from American Standard. Works great to wash a small dog (like my Morkie Oscar!). Pulls out, retracts easily. check it out! <a href="" title=""></a></p> Grooming Wed, 21 Apr 2010 15:39:21 +0000 gerryme 172593 at EAR PROBLEMS... <p>I have a 2yr old female bloodhound. She gets lots of yeast infections in her ears. About 6 per year. Costing $150 dollars everytime for medication. Does anyone know a good ear cleaner?</p> Grooming Wed, 14 Apr 2010 03:28:18 +0000 BLOODHOUND74 172588 at scratching <p>someone please help, my dog scratches all the time. I've baithed her in dog shampoo with oatmeal, and she doesn't have fleas, i've checked her all over, but she still digs all the time, and she bites her nails , any suggestion?</p> Grooming Tue, 29 Dec 2009 08:34:20 +0000 chloe2009 172511 at itching and licking <p>I have a 4 year old male Chihuahua who has been having "fits" of licking and scratching. I recently had him groomed-NO FLEAS or TICKS. However I have found 3 little black bugs on him that are not ticks. Anyway he itches and scrathes ALOT. I have checked him over several times and I do not find any bugs, bumps, or leasions. Help!!!!!</p> Grooming Fri, 30 Oct 2009 19:59:32 +0000 james09 172402 at Haircut for my belgian tervuren Vixen? <p>Do you guys think that she would look weird if I had her shaved for next summer not right now cause its almost winter but when summertime rolls around again I was thinking it might help keep her cool while she is outside but i dont want her to look bad you know? Any Suggestions?</p> Grooming Sat, 26 Sep 2009 19:14:40 +0000 AnimalHuggz1989 172363 at Chihuahua and flead/tick collars <p>I am a new owner of a small 6 month old Chihuahua. I purchased a flea and tick collar for my dog but someone told me that my baby, Jackie, is to small, young and doesnt need a flea/tick collar. i feel this information is wrong but she does own like 6 Chihuahuas. what should i do?</p> Grooming Sun, 06 Sep 2009 14:50:51 +0000 mamiluvz3js 172337 at pomeranian <p>what type of brush is best for my pomeranian? its only a puppy still...(about 10 weeks)</p> Grooming Thu, 03 Sep 2009 12:43:32 +0000 starac 172335 at shedding <p>my bloodhound consantly sheds i dont know why i brush her every other day </p> <p>does any body know how to reduce shedding?</p> Grooming Mon, 27 Jul 2009 14:35:22 +0000 BLOODHOUND74 172325 at Royal Treatment? <p>I watch HSN a lot. Maybe too much. But I keep seeing Lorenzo Borghese talking about Royal Treatment, which is supposedly "high end" pet products that are all-natural, made in Italy, made by hand, etc.</p> <p>I'm not sure if I'm fascinated or horrified. Is the stuff any good? Is it THAT good to pay the extra price for it? (It ain't cheap.) Has anyone used it? I don't want to be the first one to experiment!</p> <p>Thanks for your help.</p> Grooming Tue, 21 Jul 2009 16:56:21 +0000 LittleMissSunshine 172313 at do whats best <p>Some pets hate getting groomed. If that is the case then you should have a friend or a family member give the dog treats and attention to make them feel better.Hopes this helps and if there are any advise you have please comment! thank you from,<br /> DachshundPuppie</p> Grooming Fri, 17 Jul 2009 21:18:34 +0000 DachshundPuppie 172307 at Shedding <p>I'll admit it, I've always been a dog/horse person. I currently own my first indoor cats (one short haired, the other medium)&amp; even after years of having outdoor cats &amp; working for a vet there are still a few things I just have no clue about. For instance, do they always shed like there's no tomorrow? Is there anything I can do to minimize/control this? They don't have issues with hairballs or anything, but I swear every time I pet them I see a cloud of hair go flying.</p> Grooming Thu, 16 Jul 2009 00:10:08 +0000 4LeggedCircus 172305 at