Published at Sunday, May 12th 2019. by Vayle Vaillant in Dog Grooming.
How Will Your Dog Dry Off After Grooming? A dog's natural instinct is to shake the water from its coat. Do not wear clothes you are unwilling to get wet, also, do not groom in an area which you would not want wet. With that in mind, be sure to have a blow dryer or towel on the ready once you complete your dog's grooming. Soaking up the majority of the moisture before letting your dog loose will prevent your dog running around the hose spraying water everywhere.
Most pet owners know that the way a dog is treated can have a serious impact on the animal's behavior, and dog grooming is no exception. A regular grooming schedule not only keeps your pet healthy, it can also improve the dog's temperament. Working to ensure that your dog has positive grooming experiences will help him or her be comfortable in many social situations, and it can also deepen the bond between you and your pet.
Grooming your dog is a job (even though it can be fun). And like any other job, it is paramount that you have the proper tools and equipment to complete your task. Please remember that the cheapest tools and products are the cheapest for a reason. You are doing your dog and yourself no favors by skimping on the right products and equipment. If you are on a budget, then be resourceful and find ways to get top of the line products for highly discounted prices. Your dog wouldn't be cheap in caring for you, so please return the favor.
When the all-breed dog grooming training is complete, it is feasible to move on to the next level: beginning your own small grooming business. Vet facilities, rescue centers, dog pounds and neighborhood groomers service nearby neighborhoods. An initial difficulty with all-breed dog grooming is equipment, because you must buy a completely-equipped pet grooming bench that comes with all the add-ons, since only such a tool is created for the varied requirements of canines of all sizes.
Prices for dog grooming clippers start at around US$35 and go up to around US$200. Clippers may be limited to a single clipping speed, or they may have two speeds. Generally speaking, the less hair you'll be dealing with, the less robust your clippers have to be. So, for example, a small dog with fine, thin hair may do fine being groomed with a relatively inexpensive one-speed grooming clipper. But a large dog with thick coarse hair will probably warrant a more heavy duty two-speed clipper.
The best part about setting a regular grooming routine for your dog is that it makes having a dog more enjoyable. Clean, well-groomed dogs are a pleasure to snuggle and cuddle up with, and the extra attention goes a long way toward establishing a life-long bond between you and your pet. While dog grooming may be challenging at times, and you may lose your patience sometimes – stick with it. The benefits of dog grooming are well worth the effort!
Other aspects of dog hair clippers that you should consider are whether they are cordless and rechargeable, or corded. Again, with a large dog that you'll be moving around to do a thorough job clipping, a cordless (more expensive) set will probably save you some aggravation. You will also need to consider how easy it is to change blades on your clipper. Coarse dog hair can dull clipper blades fairly rapidly, so you'll need to be prepared to put on a clean blade when the old one goes dull. Noise is yet another factor to consider, and this will depend on your own tolerance for noise and how nervous or highly strung your dog is around noises.
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