Tools For Grooming Your Dog // Looking to groom your dog? These tools for grooming your fluffy friend will make it easier and give your best friend the cleaning experience they need to stay clean, and happy.
Keeping your dog healthy and happy is a top priority for dog parents. And good dog grooming tools are an essential part of that. Things like regular baths, nail trims and ear cleanings keep your dog’s hygiene and health in check.
Three core tools to invest in are as follows…
BRUSH – Every pup parent needs a good brush to keep their dog’s hair looking nice and groomed. After all, no one wants a mangy-looking pup.
Regularly brushing your dog’s hair eliminates tangles and matting and helps cut down on shedding. It also stimulates hair growth and keeps your dog’s hair looking healthy and shiny.
NAIL CLIPPERS – Another part of keeping your dog well groomed is by cutting their nails regularly. Not only does it look good, more importantly, it prevents health and safety issues. Long nails can scratch and hurt others, and if they break off, your poor pup will be in serious pain.
Trimming your dog’s nails is actually easier than you’d think, especially when you invest in a good pair of clippers.
DESHEDDING TOOL – This is one of our favorite dog grooming tools. For dogs that sheds, it can seem almost impossible to stay on top of the hair situation. Toby falls into this category. He is a huge shedder, and at his giant size, he just has a lot of fur in general.
What has helped us immensely is buying a deshedding tool. The steal comb pulls out loose fur that is close to falling out so you can get ahead of the issue.
Believe it or not, my doggy loves when we use this on him. He sits calmly and lets us gently comb him. In the end, we’re left with a giant pile of fur that kind of looks like a baby animal, but it’s much better to have that in one place than all over the house.