Dog Grooming


Clipping a Fussy Dog’s Nails

By Kathy Salzberg, NCMG | Posted: December 12, 2008, 4 p.m. EST Q. I have a female Cockapoo (Cocker Spaniel–Poodle mix). She hates having anything done to her feet so I can’t cut her nails. I actually took some grooming classes and whenever I even get the clipper near her nails, she bites. Any suggestions? […]

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Dog’s Ingrown Toenail

By Kathy Salzberg, NCMG Q. I own a Yorkshire Terrier who weighs in at 2.3 pounds. She is 1 ½ years old. I have been taking her to the same groomer since I got her at six weeks of age. She goes to the groomer every other week —she has a better beauty regimen than I […]

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Grooming Your Senior Dog

By By Kathy Salzberg | Posted: May 12, 2012, 9 a.m. EDT A visit to the groomer can be at most risky and at least stressful for geriatric dogs. It is not uncommon for senior dogs to have health issues that make grooming more of a challenge. Arthritis, back and hip problems might make it difficult […]

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Getting the Stink out of Your Dog

Dog owners who live near a forest, beside a river, or on a farm will be quick to tell you that there is something about stinky, decaying, items that appeals to dogs. It doesn’t seem to matter if it is black swamp water, dead fish, or a pile of slimy manure, if it stinks and […]

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Grooming Sedated Dogs

By Kathy Salzberg, NCMG | Posted: January 3, 2011, 9 a.m. EST Q. I am just venturing into the grooming profession, alongside studying to become a dog behavior counselor and trainer. I live in Cyprus where a frequent practice of vets is to sedate dogs for grooming sessions, thus reducing the time needed and making […]

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How to Become a Dog Groomer

There are some wonderful careers that involve being close to animals, from working as a Zoo keeper to helping out in boarding kennels. If you love dogs then you might want to consider a job that means you work with them as a dog groomer. There are accredited courses which have been developed by the […]

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Blade Tips For Dog Clippers

Figuring out the perfect dog clipper blade for the job can be a challenge. There are many to choose from these days. The right blade will make the process much smoother. One Key Tip To Remember Dog Clipper  “Blade Numbers” Think about how long you want you dogs coat to be. Blade numbers are important […]

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Best Dog clippers, Plug-in or Rechargeable?

The decision to choose plug-in or rechargeable dog clippers is based largely on the breed of dog you have. It just makes sense that some dogs need more grooming than others. There are a few things to think about before choosing the correct ones. Tips For Choosing The Best Dog Clippers Ask yourself, are you […]

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How to Groom Your Dog

Wahl Clipper Corp demonstrates how to prepare your dog for grooming. Click Here to Learn How Easy it is to Groom Your Dog at Home! How to Groom Your Dog Amazon products you should keep an eye on: How To Groom Your DogDog grooming is the most important basic needs to your dog and very […]

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Dog Grooming Rake

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