Puppies and Dog Grooming

So you got a new puppy!! What an exciting and joyous time, however, it can also be a challenging time for both of you. One of the challenges of bringing home a new puppy is how to take care of their skin & coat. We all know how to feed and housebreak our new puppies but little emphasis is ever mentioned on how to care for your dog’s grooming needs.

When do I need to start grooming my puppy?

Grooming your puppy as early as possible allows them to have a much more pleasurable experience. Most puppies should begin their grooming experience at about 3-4 months old, or after receiving their required vaccinations. Giving your puppy his/her first bath and professional groom will be a fun and stress-free experience. This will lead to a lifetime of well good behavior while with the groomer.

Why is it important to find the right dog groomer?

Dog owners should be cautious about their earliest experiences with a groomer. Negative experiences with a dog groomer can cause long-lasting poor behavioral issues, bad habits, and unnecessary anxiety. This makes going to the dog groomer a bad experience for everyone.

The grooming routine is very important for a young puppy to learn about to develop proper behavioral habits. That is why it is imperative that you make sure that your puppies first and future grooming sessions be handle with the utmost care. One of the very best ways to do this is to hire a groomer to actually come into your home so you know what and how your puppies

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