What You Need to Know Before Getting Your Dog Groomed for Spring
Grooming experts suggests bathing your dog once a month and keeping their nails trimmed
As warmer weather finally rolls around, you may be getting the itch to shed some winter weight by cutting off some hair.
You are not alone; many dogs enjoy a summer shearing as well.
But before you start trimming your canine’s fur, there are some things to know.
Lisa Weber, a pet stylist at New York Dog Nanny, has tips for pet parents looking to prep their fur babies for spring. Weber recommends that dog owners routinely trim their dogs’ nails and give their canines a bath once a month.
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When it comes to actually grooming your pup, like snipping fur, Weber recommends seeing a professional groomer. Experts will know how to keep your pet safe and what kind of cut best serves your pooch.
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In between grooming sessions, make sure to brush your pup with tools designed with them in mind. It’s important to use brushes and shampoos designed for dogs when primping your pet to ensure the products are safe and comfortable for your furry friend.