Dog Grooming Supplies for Your Well-Coiffed Canine
While dog grooming salons are great, sometimes you need
to give your pup a bath before their next grooming appointment.
Dog Grooming Bath Faucet
A big help in grooming your dog at home is having the
right dog grooming bath equipment. If you always bathe your dog at home
versus using a groomer, a dog grooming bath faucet may be a smart
purchase. This will make bathing your dog easier. These dog grooming faucets
typically have a faucet, hose and sprayer to make it easy to get your
dog wet and rinsed clean. There are some dog grooming bath faucets that
come with their own tub and built-in leash holder for hands-free bathing.
Now doesn't that sound better than wrestling Rover into the bathtub and
leaving your bathroom a disaster area?
Dog Shampoos and Conditioners
A good dog shampoo and conditioner is also key. Never
use people shampoo on your dog. Dogs' skin is different than human's and
people shampoos can be harsh and drying to dogs' skin. Use a good quality
dog shampoo with moisturizers. There are special formulas for skin allergies,
stopping itching, deodorizing shampoos, medicated shampoos for oily skin,
and flea & tick shampoos. A conditioner will help with detangling
and make your dog's coat shiny, soft and smooth. One of our favorite new product lines is the John Paul Pet, a selection of high end salon grooming products from Paul Mitchell for pets. Not only is it affordable but beneficial to the pet's coat and skin. We recommend
John Paul Pet Oatmeal Shampoo. and the
John Paul Pet Instant Detangling Spray (8 oz)
Dog Brushes and Detanglers
Not to be forgotten are dog grooming supplies like a
brush and detangler. There are different styles of brushes. There are
pin brushes in varying sizes depending on your dog's coat, shedding slicker
brushes to remove loose fur, bristle brushes and flea combs. A good mat
remover will be your best weapon in detangling matted fur in long haired
breeds like springer spaniels.
Nail Trimmers and Scissors
It IS possible to trim your dog's nails. The secret
is to introduce the concept to your dog slowly. Start by simply placing
the clippers near your dog's paw and offering a treat. Then next time
touch your dog's paw with the clippers and offer a trip. The next step
is to touch the clipper to your dog's nails and again offer a treat. Take
each step slowly and repeat as needed. You may need to repeat for each
paw. When your dog is ready, clip one nail and offer a treat. The treat
will need to be especially yummy to your dog! Try clipping the nails on
just one paw per day, or even one paw per week. This will lessen the trauma
for your dog and make nail trimming more palatable.
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