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FAQS: YOUR MOST IMPORTANT QUESTIONS Open expanded article descriptions
Bathing FAQs
Shampoo & Conditioner FAQs

PRODUCT COMPARISONS Open expanded article descriptions
Dog Brush Selection Guide
Dog Shampoo Selection Guide
Grooming Tools Comparison Chart
Pet Clipper Buyer's Guide
Pet Trimmer Guide
Skin & Coat Care Overview

GENERAL INFORMATION Close expanded article descriptions
3 Keys to a Show Quality Coat
These are just a few of the ways your dog will try to groom himself. Unfortunately for many dogs the "do-it-yourself" method simply isn't enough.
Clipper Blade Selection Guide
An introduction to clipper blades.
Common Dog Hair and Coat Problems
Winter skin and coat problems are common concerns of most dog owners. However, there are simple ways to help keep your dog's coat beautiful and skin healthy.
Dog Grooming Secrets
Whether you're an aspiring show handler or a dog lover who wants to bring out the best in your undiscovered champion, a regular grooming schedule will make your best friend shine.
Grooming: 5 Signs Your Dog Needs a Bath
Bathing frequency depends on a number of factors: the particular breed of dog, how much time is spent outdoors, the dog's age, and any existing medical conditions, to name a few.
Hot Spots
Hot spots, also known as acute moist dermatitis, are red, itchy, oozing skin infections that initially emerge as circular lesions, usually on the head, over the hip, and along the side of the chest.
How to Bathe Your Dog
Has your pet ever slipped away from you at bath time? Did she shake off next to the sofa and rub the suds out on a good rug before you caught her? If so, the following tips will help ensure she stays put during the next bath.
How to Cut Your Dog's Hair
Keep your dog cool and comfortable this summer starting with a well-groomed clipping.
How to Trim Your Dog's Nails
Your dog's nails should just touch the ground when he walks. If his nails are clicking on the floor or getting snagged in the carpet, his nail trimming session is way overdue.
Pet Conditioners: Function of Key Ingredients
Find out how the various ingredients in pet conditioners work and how they help promote a glossy, healthy coat.
Pet Grooming: Shampoo and Brush Your Dog at Home
With the right dog grooming supplies, you can save money on pet grooming by learning to shampoo and groom your dog at home.
Pet Nail Grooming and Hair Clipping
Pet Shampoos: How They're Formulated
Find out what makes a quality pet shampoo, and why you should use pet formulated shampoos instead of human shampoos.
Prepare to Give Your Dog a Bath
A bath is not just a shampoo and rinse. Make your dog the center of your attention and give him a total cleaning that will keep him healthy.
Stress Free Nail Care
Neatly trimmed nails are not only about comfort, but also reduce potential pet injuries and damage to your home.

DRS. MEDICAL LIBRARY
IN-DEPTH ARTICLES:
Causes of Skin Lesions
Choosing a Groomer
Grooming Puppies: Special Tips
Licking Around the Tail
Odor a Problem? Tips on Controlling Odor from the Skin & Ears
Removing Skunk Odor
Removing Tar & Paint
Rolling in Smelly Things
Skin and Coat Disorders
Skin and Hair Anatomy and function
The Function of Ingredients Found in Dog Shampoos
 
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