Dog grooming nowadays seems like one of the hardest thing to do. The pandemic has locked down not only us but our furry loved ones too. You can’t usually go to a dog or cat groomer due to some restrictions. There are do’s and dont’s in pet grooming at home and PETA (www.peta.org) listed some and we share them here.
- groom regularly
- be patient
- choose a safe,well-lit place for grooming
- use appropriate dog-grooming equipment
- be mindful that long-haired or double-coated breeds require extensive maintenance
- know your limits
- don’t rush
- don’t restrain Fido by gripping his fur
- don’t use scented shampoo
- don’t bathe your dog too often
- don’t overwhelm your dog by trying too much at once
- don’t cut nails too short
- don’t use nail clippers with a guard
- don’t neglect your grooming tools
- don’t give up
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