Tuesday Top Ten: Grooming Tips and Tricks

Looking for advice on grooming your dog at home to save money?  Check out these links to great information from a variety of sources.

10.  Bathing 101 from Animal Planet

9.  Choosing a dog shampoo from e-How

8.  Homemade shampoos from Bukisa

7.  Bathing and brushing from Drs. Foster and Smith

6.  How to bathe your dog video from Howcast

5.  Choosing the right brush from Drs. Foster and Smith

4.  Ten tips for brushing your dog from the Dog Channel

3.  How to tell if you are over-grooming your dog from the Dog Channel

2.  A YouTube video on teeth brushing

1.  Organic toothpaste recipe from Bright Hub

If you liked these tips, you should know the list was compiled by Tina Marconi of Vet Tech.  There are tons more grooming tips on the Vet Tech blog, as well as articles on many other dog-related topics.  Check out the site today.

Until next time,

Good day, and good dog!

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  3. I was a groomer in West Hollywood during the late 70’s and just recently got
    back to it with my own dogs. So much has changed and improved, and this
    enables me to update my techniques. Dogs aren’t the only who can benefit
    from “new tricks”. Thank you for this article.

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