“Grooming is the Best!” Said No Dog Ever
There are two kinds of people: those who take their pup to the groomers and those who think they are the groomer. I am a little bit of both. When it comes to grooming your pet at home, include these four hacks in your routine. A little DIY goes a long way!
- The kitchen isn’t the only place for cornstarch. Sprinkle it on matted hair then brush for an easy detangle or use it as a dry shampoo on oily areas of your dog’s fur before washing.
Stay-In-Wash Bathing Restraint
- If you have a hyper friend or one who hates baths, try a Pro Guard Dog Grooming Stay-N-Wash Tub Restraint. It suctions to your shower/tub wall and helps keep your pup from jumping out every 5 minutes!
Not Up for Batching Restraints?
- Try a simpler remedy for hyper dogs such as bathing and grooming after a long day out, three-mile run, or a heavy play date. Your baby will be tired and will likely give in to being beautified.
Coconut Oil for Dry Skin
- Coconut oil is great for your furbaby. If your pup has rough paw pads and a dry, scaly nose, use coconut oil for a smooth, soft touch.
Overall, it’s about finding the best hacks that work well for your home routine. It is important your baby looks beautiful and feels his or her best.
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