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Take Great Care Of Your Dog- Free Online Do It Yourself Dog Grooming Course

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Grooming your pet yourself could be a excellent way to economize and bond with your pet. A pro grooming session can set an owner back up to $50 or $60 per session. Plus, people are busy, and regular trips to the groomer might prove inconvenient.
It's easier than you believe, and the close bonds you forge by cleaning your own pet will only solidify the link between the 2 of you. Plus, as pro pet groomer Frances W. Greenspan attests, you can spot any potential health worries, like a flea invasion, before they grow serious.

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Is "do it yourself dog grooming" for you? If this is the case here's a "how-to'' guide to get you started :
Be cushty - and practice, practice, practice
"Handling your pets, the physical demands, and the environment of the job are all vital aspects that should be explored,'' declared Jody Rodgers, the owner of 3 New Hampshire pet grooming shops. "Most people are not cut out to be groomers, in spite of their love for animals, so there's certainly a 'knack' for the job. Some folk come naturally to grooming their pets and others do not. It's a process.''

Target the nails
"The nails should be trimmed on a regular basis,'' Greenspan expounded.
Key tip : Only use sharp nail clippers.

Ear, obvious
Cleaning your pet's ears is good, sound advice, pro groomers say. Plus, it's not difficult to do. "Don't employ a cotton swab or go deep where you can't see as you could hurt the ear drum. If it's's grimy, use the alcohol swabbing till clean. There are special products on the marketplace for ear cleaning.''

Also, be on the chase for "foxtail.'' "If your pet's ear is red, smells or is oozing, there may be an infection or presumably a fox tail,'' she adds. "Foxtails can be extraordinarily perilous as they're employed their way into the skin and basically into the soft tissues and organs. This can kill your pet. Foxtails can also get stuck in the pads of the feet and between the toes. Often you will see the pet biting at its feet.''
Key point : Check for foxtails and employ a tweezers to get rid of them.

Taking a bath
According to Dr. "Schedule it so you bathe them at the same time you are due to put on their flea protectant,'' she says. Halligan recommends making ready to wash your dog beforehand. "A handheld shower head is best. Also, put cotton balls in the dog's ears to absorb water.'' For the right shampoo, just ask a consultant at your local pet store. It has got a different pH level, and the chemicals are too harsh for pets' delicate skin.''

Pet grooming professionals say that when it comes to the choppers, some owners don't concentrate to their pet's dental wishes. And that could be a no-no. This is an important part of do it yourself dog grooming.
Key tip : employ a shorter brush for flexibleness.

By grooming your pet on your own, you're forging a more robust, more natural bond together.

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