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  1. Dog Grooming
    Use dryer sheets. They pick up loose dog hair on fabric like magic. Just rub a dryer sheet over your couch or wherever else pet hair collects and watch as it clings right to it
  2. Dog Food Recipes
    I found this dog shampoo brand called Velvet Alabaster. Apparently, it originates from Australia. Their products include soap-free shampoos and pet perfumes that come in three types. I particularly like the Pink Velvet one, from what I've read from the descriptions. However, I'm not sure if it...
  3. Dog Grooming
    Forgive me for asking this question, I'm sure A LOT of people are gonna probably think how stupid I am for even asking this question I'm sure but...... Why is it bad to groom your dog yourself? I'm confused... What if you bought the most expensive dog clippers you could find, had the best...
  4. Dog Grooming
    Hey Everyone! What do you think of dog cologne? I use it on my pup for him to smell great between baths and love it! I started a brand focused on designer-grade dog colognes and would love for some fellow dog owners to check it out and let me know what they think!
  5. Dog Grooming
    This article would assume readers that you have experience in ear plucking and had applied the correct technique when doing so. 1. I had attended a one day pet grooming course (given a certificate) in one of the most reputable and recognised Pet Grooming Centre in my country in early 2017. One...
  6. Dog Grooming
    Hello, I'm an Industrial Design student and I am now working on a project about dog grooming. If you could send me photos of your dog after (or before&after) grooming and tell me or show your favourite part about your just groomed dog, that would be so helpful! Thanks a lot!
  7. Dog Grooming
    Hello guys, I wanted to ask you guys if those clippers for dog's nails that indicate if you're near the quick actually work or not? ~Thanks!:D
  8. Dog Grooming
    Hello guys, I was hoping I could ask this huge, wonderful dog community what their thoughts on certain dog oral cleaning products were and which one(s) they felt was most effective at its job, removing "junk" off the teeth. The products I've seen are... [if you know of anything else, please...
  9. Dog Grooming
    Dog nails are constantly growing, just like human nails. Some dogs wear down their nails naturally from walking on pavement, gravel or concrete. However, the majority of today's dogs live indoors and don't spend enough time on these surfaces to keep the nails short. This is especially the case...
  10. New Member Introductions
    Hello everyone, As a newbie in this forum I'd like to tell you a little about me. I live most of time near Vancouver, BC. Except for a couple of years here and there, I always had a dog (at some point 2) in my house. I grew up with one and just love them all. At the moment, I have a lovely...
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