Convenience. What could be more convenient than the groomer bringing his or her business to your front door? You are free to handle other chores or activities around your house while your dog is groomed. One-on-one-attention. Typically, a groomer is taking care of a number of dogs at the same time – monitoring the washing of one while checking out the nail clipping of another. With mobile dog grooming, the focus of the groomer is solely on your dog.
1. You don't go six weeks without washing or brushing your hair. 2. Your hairstylist only clips the hair on your head. 3. Your hairstylist doesn't wash and trim around your private parts. 4. Your haircut doesn't include a manicure, pedicure, and massage. 5. You sit still for your hairstylist.
Want a dog that’s confident, outgoing, happy, and interacts with humans and other animals in a positive way? Then socializing your puppy is key! It is critical to socialize your dog from a young age so your dog will see social situations as a joyful experience. Read on to find out the 4 reasons why you should teach your puppy socialization skills now.
While your fur baby may be your top priority and best friend, it’s important to also do right by your two-legged neighbors. Be a conscientious dog owner by following this guide to proper “petiquette” at home and in public. Orderly environment = happy neighbors