My Dog Sheds Like Crazy – What Should I Do? We love our dogs! They are a part of the family, and can be best friends. But, what can we do when our furry friends shed hair EVERYWHERE? Whether you have a big dog, a small puppy or a bunch of pups running around, you […]Read the rest of the article
Having a dog brings joy to your home so it’s important to care for your dogs to keep them happy and healthy. But caring for a long haired dog can be difficult if you don’t have the knowledge and equipment. Grooming dogs with longer hair is important as it will keep their coat shiny, clean, […]Read the rest of the article
How do I Prepare My Dog for House Guests? It’s that time of year! Thanksgiving and holiday get-togethers are coming! Having friends and family over to your home can be a lot of fun. But, you need to make sure you and your dog are properly prepared. Getting the necessary dog grooming supplies ahead of […]Read the rest of the article
How to Groom Long Haired Cats It’s no secret that cats usually prefer to groom themselves. However, if you have a long-haired cat, he or she will probably need just a little help with grooming in order to stay comfortable and clean. This might sound daunting, but with a little bit of practice, the following […]Read the rest of the article
Easy Ways to Keep Your Pets Clean Without Water Your furry friends are like members of the family, so you want them to be as clean and fresh as everyone else in the house. Unfortunately, sometimes your pets just don’t want to take a bath. If this sounds familiar, you’ll be relieved to know that […]Read the rest of the article
Unless you have a hairless breed, shedding is just another part of owning a pet. That doesn’t mean you have to deal with excessive shedding all over your home. There are a few things you can do to take control over the shedding and keep more of the hair on your pet instead of your […]Read the rest of the article
Are you noticing a lot more pet hair clinging to your clothes or tufting around the corners of your rooms? Don’t worry: you’re not alone! This just means spring is here! And hand in hand with the rising temperatures comes the shedding of those winter coats. It may surprise you to learn that short-haired dogs like labradors and pugs actually shed the most often and most continuously! And dogs with double coats, like a Siberian husky or Alaskan malamute usually shed once a year in the springtime (and sometimes also in the autumn) by “blowing” their coat with nature’s anticipation of the changing temperatures, which means that their fur will come out in huge chunks. We’ve combed through (pun intended!) our library of grooming tips to help you get a handle on the flying fur this season. Read on to find out how:Read the rest of the article
ANOTHER trip to the salon – and how much for that wash, blow-dry, and style? Sometimes it can feel like your dog gets more “spa” days than you do! But before you start to think the trips to the groomers are a frivolous extra that your dog could go without, think again. Brushing and shampooing your dogs isn’t just to beautify them (though of course that’s a major benefit) and decrease the offense to our human noses that can come with just a little too much “doggy” smell around the house. Nope, if your dog is looking a bit rough around the edges, chances are he’s feeling bad too.Read the rest of the article
Hair matters. Remember that old shampoo commercial: “Don’t hate me because I’m beautiful?” as the model swung her luscious, full, shiny mane of hair in slow motion towards the camera? Even as styles and even ideal weights and body sizes have varied throughout cultures and different eras, shiny, full, bouncy hair has always been desirable, and a sign of youth, health, and attractiveness. The dog with a pretty, shiny coat and the sparkly eyes will always be adopted first, over the dog with a scruffy, patchy coat with bald spots and dull eyes.
…Oh, did you think I was talking about women?
Over the years, we’ve gotten a lot of questions about what exactly makes earthbath a high-quality shampoo and what differentiates earthbath from the other brands on the market. When we started, we were asking these questions too, because we wanted to ensure we created the best product possible. A high-quality pet shampoo and conditioner must always have a few vitally important components. Read on to find out the four key things to look for in a top-quality pet shampoo.Read the rest of the article
A dog groomer may just be your (and your clean bathroom’s) best friend, but if you’re more inclined to suds-up yourself, either to save money, to bond with your dog, or because entrusting your furbaby to a stranger simply seems to be more stress than you (or he) can bear, we’ll walk you through the steps guaranteed to ensure the experience is as painless (and maybe even fun!) as possible!Read the rest of the article
Last week we explained the finer points of shedding, and more specifically, the huge annual or bi-annual event termed “blowing coat” experienced by double-coated dog breeds. Whether or not you have a dog that blows out his undercoat this spring, if you have a dog, you have dog hair issues. So, to make your life a little less hairy, the following tips will help you keep the flying fur under control. Brush, Wash, Brush, Repeat.Read the rest of the article