Groom Your Poodle

Grooming your pet and trimming your comfortable Poodle dog using those fancy haircuts we often see usually takes many method. However we have outlined a step-by-step method that will assist you through the progression.

The 1st step is getting the proper equipment. You will only need a few items: a slicker clean, a steal comb, and ear powder (preferably medicated).

1. Very first fully clean the ears by clear the ears by dusting the inside with medicated ear natural powder and take out any dead hair using your fingers. Cut the nails using a scissors-type nail clipper, removing only the tips of the nails so as not to cut the quick. And clip the feet along with a #15 blade using an the ankle bone as your guideline. Using the corner of the blade, click up one side and then up the opposite side of each toe. Scoop the hair out from between the pads on the backs of the feet.

2. Clip the face along with a #15 blade. Clip from the bottom of the ear up to the corner of the mouth. Using the same blade, clip under the eye and down the sides of the muzzle, and from the stop (among the eyes) to the tip of the nose. Stretch out the lips back with your thumb to removed the hair around this area. If a mustache is preferred, leave the hair on the muzzle from just behind the sides of the mouth to the nose, clipping only from the stop down the muzzle to the nose, using the #15 blade. Continue reading

Pet Dog – Bearded Collie

Bearded Collie

History and origin: Believed to be one of the oldest herding dog in Scotland, the Bearded Collie was developed in 17th and 18th century England and Scotland. This breed was used for herding and cattle droving. His weather- resistant coat enables him to withstand harsh, wet climates. Continue reading

Pet Dog – Beauty Afghan Hound

Afghan Hound

History and origin: Often referred to as the “Dog of Noah’s Ark”, the Afghan Hound is one of the oldest, if not the oldest breed in existence. He was used as a herding dog, a guard dog, and a hunting dog. The Afghan’s long coat allowed him to stay warm in the harsh climate of Afghanistan, something that his faster, short-haired cousin from Egypt, the Greyhound, would not have been able to do. Continue reading