Hot spots can quickly spiral out of control if you don’t treat them right away. Here’s the dog hot spot home remedy my vet recommended. Worked like a charm!
DIY Dog Grooming Tips
We aim to answer all of your DIY dog grooming and cleaning questions! These dog grooming tutorials will show you how to do everything yourself -- step by step -- including how to trim your dog nails, clean your dog ears, brush your dog's teeth, give your dog a bath, brush your dog's coat, and more! Plus DIY methods for dealing with pet shedding, stains, and odors in order to keep your entire house clean. Not sure where to begin? Start here --> DIY Dog Grooming 101.
I’ve found a pet brush that blows the others away. It’s called the Furminator! It’s my all-time favorite dog brush, after trying 3 others. Here’s why.
The sooner you start trimming your dog’s nails the better. Here are 15 reasons that trimming dog nails at home makes more sense than paying someone to do it
Thinking of dying your dog’s fur a different color? The safest way is to use food coloring – either juice from colorful foods or organic food coloring. Here’s how.
Ever use a dog dry shampoo? I tried it on my dog and… I like it! Here’s my review of Fresh Dog Waterless Bath Foam Shampoo & Fresh Dog Dry Shampoo Powder.
I’ve tried dog mints in the past. They had no effect on my dog’s bad breath. Those granules that you sprinkle on your dog’s food are so darned expensive. So I decided to try doggie mouthwash; it’s a drinking water additive. Dental Fresh got rid of my dog’s fish breath once and for all!
Dog smell can be something that you have to deal with day in and day out, especially if your dog has a thicker coat. While you always have the option of giving your dog a bath, sometimes you don’t have the time. Perhaps you’re just looking for a quick fix to remove bad dog smells. Or maybe you simply want to try something different. Here are the best ways to keep your dog smelling fresh and clean without having to give your dog a full soaking bath.
Dog peed on the carpet? Here’s how to remove wet dog urine stains from different types of flooring. Plus tips for removing set-in urine stains from floors.
After using the original yellow handled Furminator dog brush, I recently got a new Furminator deshedding tool. This one is the giant size, red handled Furminator. It’s larger, more ergonomic, and it has a FURejector button to easily remove the pet hair that’s been collected in the teeth of the brush itself.
Dog hair removal is a tedious project that never seems to end — especially when you have more than one dog, or a dog AND a cat! The Pledge Fabric Sweeper makes pet hair removal so much easier. Here’s why I like it.