Is your dog scratching or tugging at his ears? Does your dog need to have his ears cleaned? This video shows how to clean your dog’s ears. Plus tips for treating a dog’s itchy ears.
DIY Dog Grooming & Cleaning 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 fur, and more! Plus DIY methods for dealing with pet shedding, stains, and dog odors in order to keep your entire house clean. Not sure where to begin? Start here --> DIY Dog Grooming 101.
Looking for a way to tam the dog fur bunnies? Here are some ideas. Plus tips on how to deal with dog fur.
If you want to groom your dog yourself at home, rather than paying a dog groomer, this video shows you which tools you need and how to properly use each of them.
Going to be trimming your dog’s nails soon? This video has some great tips for getting your dog used to a nail trim. Plus step-by-step directions on how to trim a dog’s nails.
Has your dog been skunked and not sure how to get out the smell? Here is a tip on how to get the smell out of your dog. Plus other wildlife that may get your dogs attention.
You wouldn’t go weeks or months without bathing, so why make your dog wait so long to be groomed? Enter to win this FREE dog grooming package from PetSmart!
My current method of pet hair retrieval from furniture is to use the same type of lint brushes you would typically use on clothes. This is the same concept used with the Pledge Fabric Sweeper for Pet Hair. So, here are the pros & cons of the Pledge Pet Sweeper, as I see it…
If your dog spends most his time indoors then it’s easy for his toenails to get too long. If you hear your dog’s nails click when he walks on a hard floor, it’s time for a trim! Here are a few things you can do to make your dog’s nail clipping day a pleasant and even enjoyable experience for both you and your dog.
Dogs at drag racing events and other loud sporting events like hunting need ear protection. Here are some ideas for protecting your dog’s ears from damaging loud noises. These might even work well for fireworks!
With as little as 1 ounce of your dog’s fur — acquired when brushing your pet — Furever Creations will spin that fur into a personalized item of your choosing. What better way to memorialize your beloved dog?
Black spots on your dog’s tongue are nothing more than a birthmark. It’s just another thing that makes your dog unique — not Chow. Here are some pictures of dogs with black tongues.
Wondering what that little metal bar on one side of claw–type dog nail clippers is for? I was too. Here’s what I learned… it’s a safety stop! This safety guard (or quick sensor) is so you don’t cut your dog’s nail too short. Here’s how to use it correctly.
These dogs are too sexy for their sunglasses. Our dogs have given us the pleasure of propping a pair of our sunglasses over their eyes on occasion — at least long enough to snap these quick photos. Enjoy!
If you’ve ever wondered how in the world to accomplish the task of brushing your dog’s teeth, here’s a great instructional video that teaches you how to brush your dog’s teeth. I’s filled with all of the best tips for brushing your dog’s teeth… and making sure that he enjoys it!
Here’s everything you need to know about giving your dog a bath, including all the equipment and supplies that will make the job of bathing your dog even easier.
Does your dog shed a lot? Are you finding dog fur in places you never even knew existed? Here are some tips about shedding that might help a bit.
Do you choose things like… the color of your carpets, what you’re going to wear today, the color or texture of your furniture, and the type of bed linens you buy… based on its likelihood of repelling dog fur? You’re not alone… Here are some tips for dealing with dog fur inside your home.
Depending on which one you order — the Soggy Dog Towel or the Soggy Paws Towel — there are two or four pockets which allow you to hold your dog with one hand while cleaning your dog’s paws, nose, belly and ears with the other hand.
We taught our dogs to ‘shake’ their fur on command. This is great whenever they’re wet after a bath or a walk in the rain, or after a doggie roll on the ground where his fur has collected bits of everything that was in the grass. Here’s how we taught our dogs to ‘shake’…
A dog’s hearing is 10 times more sensitive than a human’s, so the fireworks are likely to cause your dog some anxiety, stress and fear. Here’s what you can do in the hours leading up to the fireworks. Plus, what to do if you notice your dog is overly stressed by the loud noises and bright lights.
When a dog’s gotta go, a dog’s gotta go! Sometimes it’s necessary to let the dog outside even when it’s raining… Here are some quick tips for dogs with muddy paws & musty-smelling coats.
The best spot and stain remover on the planet is TECH Stain Remover. It gets out virtually ANY stain — from KoolAid to pasta sauce to virtually pet stain under the sun… including smelly urine odors!
Dog groomers use these super-absorbent towels to literally pull the water out of your dog’s coat after bathing. I use these one-of-a-kind microfiber towels for cleaning up doggie messes around the house. Here’s more about why these towels are so great…
Soft Claws nail caps are vinyl nail tips that you place over your dog’s toenails to prevent scratching — hardwood floors, your dog’s own skin, other people. They are completely safe, painless and humane. They do not hurt the dog in any way. Here’s why Soft Claws are great for dogs!
You say to-MA-toe, I say to-maaa-toe.You say Mardi Gras, puppy says Muddi Gras!… Here are some funny pictures of dogs celebrating Mardi Gras– I mean Muddi Gras — by getting dirty & playing in the mud.