How to Groom a Dog

Get tips on the basics of grooming your dog at home.


How to Cut Dogs Hair at Home 2

For many pet owners, with long-haired breeds, clipping dog hair is an ongoing, important part of the grooming process.

Cutting your dog’s hair is definitely not an easy task, if you decide to do it yourself.  

Learning how to groom a dog at home would definitely involve managing the right kind of clipping for your particular dog breed.

This article provides, tips, steps, tool suggestions and a video that shows you how to groom a dog with clippers. It covers the clipping basics on how to groom your dog at home.

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This post is giving you the opportunity to suggest a topic that you would like addressed in this blog.

Perhaps you are a dog owner looking specifically for help with a particular area of grooming your own dog at home.

Or you maybe you are someone who is considering becoming a dog groomer, in which case you may have very specific questions not addressed yet in this blog. I will do my best to try and answer your question or write an article on the topic that you are interested in. (more…)


How to Clean Your Dogs Teeth: Cleaning Dogs Teeth at Home 2

Many dog owners prefer to do their own dog grooming if they can, eliminating the need to employ the services of a dog groomer. This of course requires prior knowledge if you want a good and satisfactory result. From this article, you’ll learn what you need to know in order to manage an essential part of grooming that is often over-looked. I’ll be focusing on this one aspect – cleaning dogs teeth.

Home Dog Grooming

Grooming Your Dog at Home

4 Methods Used for Cleaning Dogs Teeth

Dog teeth cleaning can be achieved in a variety of ways. Probably the best option is to aim to include all of the following methods at some point. (more…)


How to Clip Overgrown Dog Nails – Easy Way to Cut Dogs Nails

If you own a dog, one of the most important aspects of his grooming will be learning how to clip dog nails, particularly if you have decided on dog grooming from home rather than going to a professional groomer.

Your dog will need to have his nails clipped regularly, or they will grow into claws making walking painful for him and his longer nails can damage furniture. 

In the wild,  wear and tear from exercise will naturally keep his nails short.  You will need to trim your dog’s nails less often if he frequently exercises on hard surfaces. (more…)