PetMeds Spotlight: Home Grooming

Today’s PetMeds Spotlight is on Home Grooming. Grooming your pet at home can have many benefits in-between taking your dog to a professional, and of course the first is cost. With an average cost of a groomer in the vicinity of $50 to $75, some quality equipment at home and a little training can result in some big savings.

Most people only think of cutting a dog’s hair when grooming, but there are a few other things to consider as preventative maintenance that can save even more money with trips to the vet in the long run. Ear cleaning, teeth, nails and eyes are all things to be considered as maintenance and should be cared for when having your pet groomed.

Read up on the different techniques involved with your breed of dog, and you will keep them happy and healthy all the days of their lives.

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