"We wanted a pet food based on sound scientific principles and truth, not marketing hype. We did it!" Dick Van Patten
This is the first episode in our new YouTube series called The Grooming Table. 🙂 The idea is to make short videos on specific parts of the groom, like the ears or the tail.
I'm always trying to DO something, rather than just BE. This was such a great opportunity to find my center - especially after the storms I've just been through.
It's such a pleasure for me to share with you how I get my little guy We-Me, our ShihTese (Shih Tzu / Maltese mix), looking cute and fluffy while still keeping an easy to manage length.
"It is important not to wash any dog too often, as over-bathing causes the coat to compensate by producing extra oils, which in turn causes an increase in natural odor." Complete Dog Care: How to Keep Your Dog Healthy and Happy, pg. 52 We like to take our girls to the local library on Wednesdays … Continue reading Washing them Smelly!
Suzanne Pierce: "I have small arthritic hands & I LOVE my resco all-course ergonomic comb (the all silver one). Couldn't live without it."
"Skin sheds tens of thousands of dead cells a minute. Dead cells trap dirt, sebum, & impurities that encourage bacteria and dermatitis conditions." http://www.madramormud.com
I had a chance to try it the other day on my 10 year old dog, Angel. It was her birthday last month so I thought I'd give her a late birthday present. A mud bath!
"Adapt what is useful, reject what is useless, and add what is specifically your own." - Bruce Lee
We like to think that grooming a dog is about making them look pretty, but in Nature, grooming is about maintaining a healthy protective barrier in order to survive.