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10 Common Dog Grooming Mistakes

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  • 10 Common Dog Grooming Mistakes

    http://dogtime.com/reference/dog-gro...mistakes-avoid

    Grooming your dog can be messy, difficult, and downright unpleasant, but it can be even worse for both you and your pup when you’re making mistakes without realizing it. Maybe you want to save some cash by doing the grooming yourself instead of relying on professionals, but there’s a reason dog groomers get paid to do what they do–they know what they’re doing. Still, if you’re willing to learn and put in the effort, you can do a fairly good job of keeping your dog from looking too scruffy on your own. If you do decide to groom your dog yourself, here are a few mistakes you should avoid.......
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    Lucky I stumbled on this article. I have been having trouble with matting with my golden retrievers nail and I think it could be due to me not brushing him often enough after he gets wet, which is all the time!

    I have written an article about my 5 reasons to groom your dog, with bonding being my favourite point

    http://goldenretrieverdoggrooming.co...room-your-dog/

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