Does your dog need a haircut? Have you been putting it off for fear of messing things up? Do you spend a fortune every year paying someone else to do the job for you? No matter what your reason for wanting to learn how to groom your dog's hair, you will soon find out that it is not as hard as your worst fears want to make it. Grooming your pup's hair is a great way for the two of you to spend some quality bonding time and it can be a lot of fun if you let it be.
Much like you, your pup probably likes his coat to be clean and well-groomed. It makes him feel and look his best. One thing you do need to know is that until your pup gets used to the sound of the shears and clippers, he is likely to be a little on the skittish side. Take your time letting him get used to seeing them and hearing the noises they make. This and plenty of treats will make the training sessions go far easier for both of you.
Grooming your dog might seem a bit on the scary side at first. But if you take your time and give your pup time to get used to being groomed by you and the tools you use, the entire process can be fun for both of you and give plenty of special bonding time.