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Don’t Cry! The 411 On Dog Tear Stains

It’s likely you’ve noticed a dog with red or brown stains around its face and eyes. These stains aren’t a result of playing in the dirt; rather they are actual “tear stains” caused by a variety of physical factors.

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Keeping Your Dog Fresh and Clean Between Baths

Taking your dog to the groomer’s can get expensive and time-consuming, especially if your pup is one to get into all types of smelly trouble. We’ve got you covered with a list of tips and products to keep Fluffy smelling fresh before her next bath and after playtime.

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A Cut Above: The Hottest Pup Hairstyles

You may think there’s nothing more to dog grooming instruction than the words “just a trim” or “a complete shave.” You’d be wrong however.

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A “Quick,” Easy Guide to Nail Trimming

Many dog owners avoid trimming their dog’s nails because it can be a stressful experience for both owner and pet. However, cutting your dog’s nails is a practice that, if done correctly, doesn’t need to be nerve-wracking or traumatic!

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Dog Breeds by Fur: Low to High Maintenance Pooches

When deciding on the best dog for your family, grooming responsibilities probably don’t top of the list of criteria during breed selection. However, depending on your financial situation and time constraints, hair may be a factor worth considering.

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Beyond Bath, Brush, Cut: Specialty Treatments

We’ve broken down a variety of special grooming treatments offered by most groomers that are worth asking about, depending on your dog’s needs.

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More Than a Hair Cut, Grooming is Health Necessity

Many dog owners consider grooming their pooch a luxury or vanity service, rather than a health need. Yet, this notion couldn’t be further from the truth.

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Finding Puppy’s Groomer: Consider These Factors

Something as superficial as your dog’s hairstyle may seem silly and unimportant, but on the contrary, choosing a professional groomer should be prioritized.

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DIY Grooming in Five Easy Steps

If you’re on a budget and looking to save on what can be costly professional grooming appointments (especially if your breed requires a cut every 4-6 weeks or if you have multiple pets), DIY grooming may be right for you.

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