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Grooming isn't just about making your pup gorgeous, it's also a part of a good health routine.
Choosing someone to bathe, clean, and primp your dog might seem simple--but you'll want to be sure you find a groomer you can trust and who can handle your dog. Here are the questions to ask a potential groomer.
People certainly love dogs, but that doesn't mean that we love having their fur all over the place. If you are especially sensitive to this issue, but you still crave canine companionship, these are some breeds that won't leave your couch covered in fluff.
If you are looking for a little dog that won't leave you with a big mess, then look no further. We've compiled a list of small dogs that are sure to leave your fur off your furniture.
For families that want a slightly bigger dog without having to worry about a slightly bigger clean-up, these dogs are a great option.
Big dogs don't always have to be a big mess. These are a few large breeds that don't require you to buy a super powered vacuum.
Keeping large dogs groomed is important for their health and worth the extra work. Here are some special grooming tips hand-picked for your dog's big paws.
Small dog grooming can vary from breed to breed, but some guidelines will hold true for all small dogs. Take a look at our checklist.
Shih Tzus have very long hair that needs to be groomed consistently if they are not kept short throughout the year. It is important to never groom their hair dry, and to use a coat conditioner brush they are brushed.
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