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Dog Grooming

Dog grooming refers to both the hygienic care and cleaning of a dog, as well as a process by which a dog's physical appearance is enhanced for showing or other types of competition. A dog groomer (or simply "groomer") is a person who earns their living grooming dogs. Contents [hide] 1 Reasons for grooming 2 Tools and supplies 3 Bathing 4 Hair removal 4.1 Stripping 5 Nail trimming 6 Creative grooming

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Cats Grooming

Make Grooming as Enjoyable as Possible -- For the Both of You Brushing Bathing Nail Clipping ASPCA logoYour feline will look (and feel!) like the cat’s meow after a good grooming session. By nature, cats are extremely fastidious. You’ve no doubt watched your kitty washing herself several times a day. For the most part she can take care of herself very well, thank you, but sometimes she’ll need a little help from you. Make Grooming as Enjoyable as Possible -- For the Both of You Grooming sessions should be fun for the both of you, so be sure to schedule them when your cat’s relaxed, perhaps after exercise or eating. You want your pet to remember grooming sessions in a positive way, so you never want to risk losing your temper. If you’ve had a stressful day or are in a bad mood, it’s probably not a good time to groom your cat. Keep your first grooming sessions short-just 5 to 10 minutes. Gradually lengthen the time until your pet is used to the routine. You should also get your pet used to being handled. Get in the habit of petting every single part of your cat-including ears, tail, belly and back-and especially the feet! And keep in mind, a little patience can go a long way. If your cat is extremely stressed out, cut the session short and try again when she’s calmer. Unfortunately, most cats do not like baths, so you may need another person to help. And remember to pile on the praise and offer her a treat when the session is over. Brushing Regular sessions with a brush or comb will help keep your pet’s hair in good condition by removing dirt, spreading natural oils throughout her coat, preventing tangles and keeping her skin clean and irritant-free. If your cat has short hair, you only need to brush once a week: First, use a metal comb and work through her fur from head to tail. Next, use a bristle or rubber brush to remove dead and loose hair. Be extra-gentle near her chest and belly. If your cat has long hair, you will need to brush every day: Start by combing her belly and legs; be sure to untangle any knots. Next, brush her fur in an upward motion with a bristle or rubber brush. To brush her tail, make a part down the middle and brush the fur out on either side.

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Nail Clipping for Cats

Nail Clipping Most people really don’t handle their cats’ feet until they are about to clip the nails and then...watch out! Some animals can get very upset at this totally foreign feeling. That’s why it’s a good idea to get your cat used to having her feet touched before you attempt a nail trim. Rub your hand up and down her leg and then gently press each individual toe-and be sure to give her lots of praise and some food treats as you do this. Every animal is different, but chances are that within a week or two of daily foot massage, your cat will accept nail clipping without too much fuss. Here’s how to do it: Begin by applying gentle pressure to the top of the foot and cushiony pad underneath-this will cause her to extend her claws. Use sharp, high-quality cat nail scissors to cut off the white tip of each nail, just before the point where it begins to curl. Take care to avoid the quick, a vein that runs into the nail. This pink area can be seen through the nail. If you do accidentally cut into this pink area, it may bleed, in which case you can apply some styptic powder to stop the bleeding.

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Dogs Nail Trimming

Nail trimming is essential for maintaining good health. If a dog's nails are allowed to grow, they will curl over into a spiral shape; walking will become increasingly painful to the dog as they grow, putting pressure on the dogs toes (a bit like walking in shoes that are too small). Uncut nails may curl so far that they pierce the paw pad, leading to infection and debilitating pain. If one does not trim a dog's nails on a monthly basis the quick will grow along with the nail, making it nearly impossible to cut properly. Owners may choose to trim nails themselves or may opt to take their pet to a groomer or veterinarian. Nail trimming is done with a nail clipper. There are three main types of nail clippers, the guillotine clipper,standard scissors nail clipper and the file trimmer.

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