What a great day to get outside for some exercise and sniffs at the marsh! We hope you got to spend some time outside with your pup as well!
To spritz, or not to spritz...that is the question. While combing or brushing a wet dog isn't advised, a VERY light spritz helps keep hair from flying and reduces static.
Using the 6 In 1 Premium Dog Brush Set for a Grooming Session
What a beautiful, although windy, spring day at the Horicon Marsh! Lots of activity in the air, on the water, and slithering on the ground. 👀 Spring has sprung!
When it's 50 degrees out, in Wisconsin, in December, you have to get out and enjoy your surroundings! (We'll pay for this later...)
What causes mats? When long haired and double coated dogs shed, the dead hair sheds into the coat and gets tangled into the existing fur. Start your grooming session with a sparse comb, such as our 35 tooth Detangling Dog Comb. Pay special attention to areas where mats are most frequently found. These areas include; around the ears, below the neck, the stomach area and the hind legs. Hold the mat in your hand and try to carefully pull the mat apart. Next, use our Dematting Comb or Dematting Razor to help break apart the mat. After breaking apart the...