Help! Your dog needs to be groomed, but you don’t know where to turn. How do you find a great salon—and avoid the not-so-great ones? If the thought of handing over your dog to a virtual stranger and coming back a few hours later makes you break out in a cold sweat, read on. Renee Fuentes, PetSmart Salon Leader, is here to share some expert advice for pet parents who haven’t yet found a groomer who makes them and their pets happy.
All dogs require grooming. If you have a healthy, short-coated dog, grooming might consist of weekly brushing and/or combing, and a monthly nail trim and bath. But if your dog has a high-maintenance coat, fast-growing nails, or a tendency to roll in things you’d rather not discuss, you’ve probably realized you can’t do all your dog’s grooming on your own.
We all know the basics of dog care – good food, exercise, regular vet checkups, and sound safety & training practices. But did you know about these three things that can have a big impact your dog’s health?
We all love long, sunny days and balmy nights (it’s our reward for surviving the winter). What we don’t love is the unbearable stench of a dog who thought that family of skunks was just a bunch of funny-looking cats.
If your dog has been skunked or you’re looking for a sure-fire recipe to keep on hand for future emergencies, here’s how to get the skunk smell off your dog:[Read more…] about How to Get Skunk Smell Off Your Dog