I'm fortunate that my Magical-Dawg requires little grooming besides a quick brushing. But for many breeds, grooming involves lots of handling, bathing, clipping, combing, plucking, and virtually "sculpting" of the coat. What looks great on the finished pooch can take a lot of time to accomplish. And the pup must be able to tolerate the combing, sudsing, clipping, blow drying and more--often from a stranger.
This latest article offers you all the must-know tips about how to teach your puppy to tolerate handling for grooming. It will also work for vet visits so ALL pups benefit form this great advice, from guest writer Louise Kerr. She's a dog trainer and groomer in Australia--but dogs all over the world will benefit. Read all about it in these puppy grooming tips.
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