There is something about having a dog who seems to have an endless supply of curiosity that can make everyone in the house laugh from time to time. But, when it comes to grooming him, this abundance of curiosity can make getting the job done a bit on the challenging side. You may be able to channel this curious nature into turning your trusty pal into a hunting dog, but it is something that needs to be quelled or grooming can become a struggle for both of you. Thankfully, with a little hard work and patience, you can get your pup to relax so that you can groom him.
Your dog's curious nature leads him all over the place; there is nothing he doesn't want to investigate. This includes the room you plan to use for grooming and the tools you plan to use. Make use of this curiosity by letting him investigate everything to his heart's content. This will make it much easier for both of you when the time comes to groom him.
There is nothing like the fun of watching a truly curious dog go scampering all over in search of anything and everything. But scampering and grooming do not go hand-in-hand. The more you work with your pooch to get him calmed down, the easier grooming days will become for both of you. In time it will become a fun and bonding time for both of you.