Autumn Safety Tips
- Autumn Pet Tips
Autumn Safety Tips Ah, fall—there’s nothing like crisp, cool air, the first months of school and luscious foliage to get you excited for the changing seasons. Your pet, too, is probably welcoming the break from hot, sticky weather. But pet parents, beware—fall is also a time of lurking dangers for our furry friends. From household […]
- Make Your Dog Cool
To make your dog cool remove its under coat. Dont shave them! It will make them hoter, destroy their coat, and they will shed just as much
- Should I Shave My Dog For Summer
This topic seems to be debated heavily each year as warm weather approaches. Many people will argue that clipping or shaving off the long coat is sensible: “We don’t wear our winter coats in the hot weather do we? – so why should our dog?” Those who don’t want to clip that lovely long hair […]
- Gotta Love This Weather
What a great day to be a mobile pet groomer at splish n splash in chambersburg pa
- Sunny and Warm
With all the nice weather this winter and the temps hitting 65 today make sure you get your furry four legged friend brushed. They dont need to be shaved to stay cool. The dead undercoat needs to be removed. When you shave a double coated dog you ruin the undercoat. This will cause them to […]
24 degrees this morning but 73 degrees in the grooming trailer! Nice and warm. Wouldnt it be nicer to stay in your house to get your dog groomed instead of you having to make two trips in the cold!
- How Often Should I Wash My Dog?
Most advice you find on the internet recommends washing your dog just several times per year! Either these people have outdoor dogs or the articles were written a long time ago when the quality of pet shampoo was very poor! Times have changed! Today, dogs enjoy shampoos and conditioners that are on par with the […]
- 10 Tips On Brushing Your Dog
Match the brush to your dog’s coat type. Use a curved wire slicker or pin brush for long-haired breeds (such as Lhasa Apsos and Old English Sheepdogs), a regular wire slicker on medium or short coats with dense undercoat (Terriers, German Shepherd Dogs and American Eskimos), and a mitt or rubbery curry with smooth-coated breeds […]
- Are You Ready For Fleas? They Are Ready For You!
The Flea life cycle is similar to the butterfly life cycle. Female Fleas lay eggs that turn in to grub-like larvae. The larvae then develop into pupae and settle inside a cocoon. They wait for a host to start their life and suck blood. When something warm moves by the pupae, they unzip the cocoon […]