Dog Grooming Guide
This dog grooming guide from BarxBuddy is all about do-it-yourself dog grooming at home. Use the information on these pages to groom your dogs at home between trips to your professional groomer. From daily brushing/combing to periodic baths, dental care and manicures, this guide to dog grooming has everything you’ll need.
If you allow your dog's nails to grow too long, it can hurt their paws when they walk and run. Overgrown nails can happen to dogs who don't spend a lot of time outside; it also happens to dogs who spend more time on grass...Read More
What tools do dog groomers use? If you're thinking of doing your own dog grooming at home, even if it is between visits to your professional dog groomer, you need the right tools. The right groomers' tools can make the difference between a good session...Read More
Not all dogs were created equal ... at least when it comes to their coats and how they should be cared for. In this section of The BarxBuddy Guide to Dog Grooming, we offer helpful tips for combing and brushing your dog. Photo by Alvan Nee on Unsplash...Read More
Grooming your own dog can be a special moment between the two of you -- and it can be traumatic for you both, if you don't know what you're doing. If you shampoo, brush and groom your own dog at home, here are eight tips...Read More
In this section of The BarxBuddy Guide to Dog Grooming, we’ve compiled a list of dog breeds that have reputations for being heavy shedders, medium shedders, and light shedders. For other information about dog grooming, visit these sections of the guide: Complete guide to brushing...Read More