Grooming

People take lots of time to brush, floss and stay clean. Parents start teaching their kids these habits day one! It’s no surprise that one of the questions I’m asked often is what do dogs need?  While excessive bathing can lead to chronic skin conditions and a dull, dry coat, a monthly routine of bathing and nail clipping is a good habit. Preventive parasite protection is another monthly must.  Your brushing and grooming schedule will depend on your dog’s coat and shedding cycle. Teeth brushing is essential, especially if your dog doesn’t have regular access to hard bones that he/she enjoys chewing. Dogs are the same way! Since all dog training is, is teaching a second language, have treats ready & encourage your dog the instant he cooperates and listens. Tell your dog what to do, not what to do! Reward listening and you’ll have a dog who looks to you with eager expectation versus one who tunes you out!

To offset the cost of hosting these links, I receive a small commission, which in no way affects their price to you. Your purchases not only help keep your dog happy, but they also support my work in spreading the news that pets don’t need to be treated wrong to get them to behave right! As a pet-obsessed mom of a multi-species household, I'm always on the lookout for products that work and make everyone’s life easier and fun. On this page you’ll find products in various categories that I’ve used and recommended to my clients. I do not manufacture these products personally, nor do I receive kickbacks from the companies directly.  

coat care

Nail care

Dental Care

Ear and eye Care