“The thing about show dogs is that they learn to enjoy all of the attention, which makes them feel good about themselves
"Important advice for West Highland White Terriers: Research dog food to prevent skin issues. Watch out for yeast growth caused by sugar or carbs."
"Tips for grooming success: Teach dogs to accept grooming. Handle them gently and make it enjoyable. Create a relaxing experience for your furry friend."
"Handle large dogs early: Get them comfortable with oral care. Massage gums, clean teeth. Brush gum line regularly. Ensure their dental health."
"Importance of nail care: Regularly check and trim your dog's nails. Overgrown nails can impact their feet and mobility. Don't forget this crucial grooming step."
"Brushing benefits: Teach dogs it's positive. Regular brushing at home prevents knots and gets them accustomed to grooming. Eases groomer's task and comforts the dog."
"Stay observant: Regularly touch and groom your dogs. Be aware of any changes or issues in their bodies. Early detection helps prevent worsening conditions."
"Ear care tips: Use vet-recommended ear cleaner. Clean ears based on wax build-up. Keep ear tips clean and dry. City living? Watch for dirt buildup."
“I bathe my dogs that are showing once a week, and I make sure they’re dried well. I wash them in a clear shampoo — no color.
"Alaskan Malamutes: Pleasers of human and canine pack. Powerful sled dogs. Need consistent training and exercise. Loyal and friendly companions."
"Clean and dry is key. Wipe your pet's feet with a towel after coming inside to keep them clean and minimize dirt tracking."