Groomers charge so much today, that many people are looking at ways to cut costs. If this sounds like you, then maybe it's time you learned how to groom your small dog's coat. Not only is this a good way to save money, it is a fantastic way for you and your pup to spend a little time bonding. Once you get the hang of this easy task, you and your pup will find a way to make it fun.
It might take a little time to master this skill, but when you have, it should take less than half an hour to complete the job.
Every dog like to look his best, this is why they spend so much time licking and grooming themselves, right? Yet, when you approach him with the brushes and clippers, he turns and runs away. This is because the various "tools of the trade" tend to be a bit scary at first. Give your pup time to get used to them before you try to get to work. You should also always take your pup out for a nice walk before grooming. This gives him time to go potty and will tire him out, making it easier for you to groom him.
The most important part of learning to brush your small dog's coat is to remember to take your time and be patient. While you should be brushing your pup's coat on a weekly basis, there is nothing wrong with brushing it every day. This will help keep your pup's coat looking his best at all times. So, what are you waiting for? Grab a brush and start helping your pup look his best at all times.