Our pets need to be pampered and groomed from time to time. If you’re busy and always on the go, you may find it difficult to schedule an appointment for pet grooming around your busy schedule. However, If you have the necessary pet grooming tools available, you can do it yourself at home, while building a bond with your pet.
Grooming Sensitive Pets
If you have a pet that is sensitive to loud noises, you may have a difficult time doing grooming yourself. There is always an alternative to getting the job done. If you want to keep your pet calm while you’re grooming, try using the Silent Pet Grooming Home Kit instead of a traditional electrical clipper.
Detangler for Matted Pet Hair
Dealing with matted hair can cause pain for your dog. Lessen the pain with a detangler that is designed to remove undercoat hair without irritation. Choosing the right dematting tool for your pet can make a huge difference in the success of your DIY home grooming. The after result is stunning as the dead hair is removed, bringing out the true beauty of your dog’s coat.
Pet Massage Shampoo Brush
Remove dirt and dead hair, while pampering your dog with a soothing massage using a pet massage bathbrush. These brushes are gentle, yet effective in circulating bloodflow, leaving your pet feeling relaxed. Massaging your dog’s coat can also help to promote new fur growth. This is even great for hairloss in dogs.
Pet Grooming Hair Dryer
Part of your DIY pet grooming requires having a good pet hair dryer that is not too loud. The less noise the better the grooming experience will be for your dog. Drying your pet’s fur quickly and efficiently after a shampoo can prevent your pet’s hair from becoming matted. Drying it will also bring out the beauty of your pet’s coat.