Dog Grooming Supplies




Fido's Emu Oil Shampoo - 250ml
Fido's Emu Oil Shampoo - 250ml

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Find the best dog grooming supplies to keep your pet looking amazing. We have dog grooming tools including clippers, brushes, combs, nail clippers, scissors, shampoos, conditioners and more. You will also find all types of grooming equipment to remove mats from your dog's coat and keep your house clean from pet hair.

Dog Grooming FAQ's

Why is it important to groom my dog regularly?

Regular grooming is important for your dog's overall health and well-being. It helps to maintain their skin and coat health, prevents matting and tangling, and can even help to identify any potential health problems before they become more serious. Grooming also helps to strengthen the bond between you and your dog.

How often should I groom my dog?

The frequency of grooming depends on your dog's breed, coat type, and activity level. Dogs with long hair or thick coats will generally need more frequent grooming than dogs with short hair or thin coats. As a general rule, most dogs will benefit from a thorough brushing and nail trimming once a week, and a bath once every 4-6 weeks.

What tools do I need to groom my dog at home?

The tools you'll need will depend on your dog's coat type and grooming needs, but some basic tools include a slicker brush, a comb, nail clippers, and dog-specific shampoo and conditioner. For dogs with long hair that requires trimming, you may also need scissors or clippers.

How can I keep my dog calm and comfortable during grooming?

Many dogs can become anxious or agitated during grooming, especially if they're not used to it. To help keep your dog calm and comfortable, start by introducing grooming gradually and in short sessions, and offer lots of praise and treats to reward good behaviour. You can also try using calming products, or playing calming music or white noise to help soothe your dog during grooming.

How do I prepare my dog for grooming?

Before you start grooming your dog, make sure they are calm and comfortable. Take them for a walk or play with them to help them relax. Brush their coat to remove any tangles or mats, and trim any long hair around their eyes or paws if necessary.

How do I bathe my dog?

To bathe your dog, start by wetting their coat with warm water. Apply a dog-specific shampoo, and work it into a lather. Rinse thoroughly, making sure to remove all the soap from their coat. Use a towel or blow-dryer to dry your dog, and brush their coat once it is completely dry.

How do I prepare my dog for grooming?

Before you start grooming your dog, make sure they are calm and comfortable. Take them for a walk or play with them to help them relax. Brush their coat to remove any tangles or mats, and trim any long hair around their eyes or paws if necessary.

How can I prevent my dog's coat from matting?

Regular brushing is the best way to prevent matting in your dog's coat. For dogs with long hair, use a slicker brush to remove tangles and mats, and a comb to detangle any remaining knots. Be gentle when brushing, especially around sensitive areas like the face, ears, and tail.

How can I reduce my dog's shedding?

Regular brushing can also help reduce shedding in dogs. Use a shedding blade or brush to remove loose hair, and bathe your dog with a shedding shampoo. In addition, make sure your dog is getting a healthy diet and plenty of exercise, as poor nutrition and a sedentary lifestyle can contribute to excessive shedding.

 

Related categories: Dog Clippers, Dog Brushes, Dog Combs, Dog Nail Clippers, Dog Scissors, Dog Shampoo, Dog Conditioners, Cat Grooming Supplies

 

Dog Grooming, Brushing & Shampooing

Man’s best friend just loves to be pampered and preened. Brush their hair for them, and they will just sit there blissfully as they enjoy being groomed. While bath time can be more challenging, depending on how much your dog loves (or hates) bath time, it’s still good to make sure that your pet is kept in the best possible condition.

It’s not just about making your loyal companion feel good, though, of course. Grooming is also very important for all round good health and well-being. If a coat is not regularly groomed, then this could potentially lead to skin problems. A thick coat could also be bothersome for some dogs in the warmer summer months. A healthy, well maintained coat can also help to prevent problems with parasites. Shedding tools can help you to remove loose hair before it falls naturally, helping to prevent your home becoming untidy.

As well as helping to make sure that your dog is healthy and feeling good, grooming can also help make sure they are looking good and smelling good. Or at least, that is, until they find a muddy puddle that is just irresistible to them.

 

Popular dog grooming supplies brands: Dr Zoo, Dermcare, Fido's, JW GripSoft, KONG, Mars, Millers Forge, Neempet, PatPet, PAW by Blackmores, Pet One, Petkin, Scream, WAHL

 

Please note: The information on this webpage about dog grooming supplies is relevant to the Australian pet market.

 

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