Need to brush up on your brushing skills? Refresh your pet's bath time routine? We cover all that and more! Explore our pet grooming tips and advice for managing your pet's skin, coat, nails, and beyond.
Not looking forward to that first doggy trim? We’ve got you covered with this guide on how to trim your dog’s nails without unnecessary stress.
Learn how to identify and remove a tick from your dog while ensuring they’re free from negative health consequences.
Every dog requires a slightly different bathing schedule. When determining how often to bathe, consider factors like their coat, health conditions, and lifestyle.
While feline friends are devoted self-cleaners, some extra help can go a long way. Follow these cat grooming tips for brushing, bathing, and beyond!
Giving your pup their first bath is a milestone that involves preparation and technique! Read this step-by-step guide on how to bathe a puppy.
As a pet parent, you’re probably quite familiar with dog shedding. Some breeds such as Poodles shed very little, while other breeds like Siberian Huskies shed a great deal.
Brushing your dog regularly not only keeps his coat looking good, it helps release dead hair, cuts down on excess shedding, removes mats, and distributes natural oils in the skin to keep your dog healthy.
Although summer days and long walks go hand in hand, the harsh sun can make hot sidewalks excruciating for your pup’s sensitive paw pads.
There are hundreds of different breed types. Watch a dog show on television and you’ll see a wondrous variety of sizes, shapes, and colors. You’ll also find quite a few different coat types.
Essential oils are among the world’s most valuable resources for maintaining health and beauty.
Bathing your dog may seem like a monumental chore, but with the right supplies you can have a clean fur buddy in no time.
Your dog’s skin is more than a covering for his insides. It acts as a barometer for his general state of health.
Grooming is about more than just keeping your dog smelling clean, it's directly related to your dog's overall health.
When well groomed, dogs with white coats truly sparkle. However, getting and keeping them in that condition requires a bit of effort.
Cleaning up all that dog hair can seem like a losing battle at times, but understanding shedding patterns can help you better manage this common household struggle.
Everyone has a bad hair day once in a while, but you can prevent this problem with your dog by trimming his coat when necessary.
Mats and tangles are not just ugly—they are painful and damaging to a dog’s skin. They can form in the outer- and undercoat, where they may remain unnoticed for weeks.
Whether you have a Shih Tzu with long, flowing hair or a Labrador Retriever with a short, practical coat, grooming should be an essential part of your dog’s routine.