Published at Thursday, 23 May 2019. Dog Grooming. By Leveret Couturier.
If you have never groomed a dog before, it is best to find a professional groomer that your dog likes. The groomer can teach you how to care for your dog, and can give you tips and advice on the tools you will need to do the job at home. Some breeds need to be groomed more than others, and some breeds may actually suffer if they are groomed too often. Your groomer and your veterinarian can both provide you with information on your specific dog's needs, and help make the dog grooming experience enjoyable for both you and your pet. They can also recommend the proper dog grooming supplies and tools required to get the job done the right way.
Will Cooperation be an Issue During Dog Grooming? Depending on your pet, cooperation may be an issue and a major obstacle. Remember not to get frustrated, maintain eye contact and offer reassurance as you groom. Grooming in contained places will prevent fido from blowing the coop and you chasing a sopping wet dog around your house or yard. Professional groomers utilize dog grooming nooses and leads to aide in the grooming process
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.
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