If you are interested in learning how to groom the different types of dog breeds then this DVD collection could be just what you are looking for.
The Dog Grooming DVDs are a product that customers have so far been very happy with, mainly because you are offered some choice. In other words, you get to select 3 DVDs, each showing you how to groom a different breed. I find this is much more useful for those who want to specialize in a particular breed type or who already know how to groom most breeds.
Who Would these Grooming DVDs Suit?
The instruction on these DVDs is pitched at a level that suits everyone really; well when I say everyone, I mean both dog owners as well as those doing a dog grooming apprenticeship.
In particular they are ideal for dog owners doing their own grooming at home. If you can manage your own grooming at home it equates to a huge saving over the course of a year. One trip to a salon can cost anywhere from $40 to $60 and up, depending on the breed and size of the job.
And, the instructional nature of these DVDs would ALSO be perfect for professional groomers just starting out. What a great way to learn the basics before you open your doors for business and of course a great way to continue learning as you take on customers.
If you are wanting to learn how to groom a Poodle, and many of our readers are, then the instruction covers both standard Poodle grooming: as well as Miniature Poodle grooming.
You can see the grooming process step-by-step with closeups where needed.
You are shown how to do a general cut, how to maintain it and how to do the finer clipping around the face and eyes.
Most owners are a little nervous when it comes to clipping dog nails but this will show you how to do it safely and avoid any chance of accidentally catching the quick.
Another job that is often put off is that of cleaning dog ears so that they remain hygienic and infection free. With these DVDs you can see how and thus learn in particular how to tease out parts of the ear hair.
You can also learn how to clean dog teeth.
You are shown the more tricky, “let’s put it off” type tasks such as how to express anal glands.
You are shown how to hold a dog so as to make it a safe experience for both you and the dog.
You can learn which dog grooming tools are needed and whether or not these differ per breed. Which are best and which do you need:
other equipment depending on whether you are just grooming your own dog or setting up as a dog groomer.
What Do You Get in the DVD Collection?
3 DVDs – your choice of these breeds:
How to groom a Shih Tzu
Cocker Spaniel grooming
Miniature Schnauzer grooming
Miniature Poodle grooming
Standard Poodle grooming
How to groom a Westie
How to groom a Yorkie
How to groom a Bichon
Customer Feedback on the Dog Grooming Instructional How To Video Set
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