Grooming

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September 5, 2008 | By Denise T. | 1 | S.O.S.!

My groomer has retired and I need to find a new groomer. This is so sad since I only had this groomer for a few months and my 3 dogs were finally comfortable going to her. Can anyone in Kenosha, WI recommend a good groomer. I am thinking of Darby'… more ›

Denise T.

September 4, 2008 | By Maps1982 | 4 | Need to know

snoball is a cross breed small dog with under coat--and its bad around the neck - i've tried conditioner--long tooth combs--need help

Maps1982

September 1, 2008 | By Rhonda S. | 10 | Just Curious

Just wondering if anyone has used the pedi-paws nail trimmer seen on TV and if it was any good. I hate to clip Abie's nails and don't want to have to wait for her grooming appointments to get them done. This looked like it would be easy. I have no… more ›

Rhonda S.

September 1, 2008 | By Lorie B. | 6 | Just Curious

how often should you bathe them so you don't dry their skin out

Lorie B.

August 28, 2008 | By bethanne o. | 5 | Need to know

we clean both cages twice a week and the hamsters still cause a really bad odor. being we have little kids in and out the house i would like to know how to get the smell to go away.

August 26, 2008 | By Kitnpup31605 | 9 | Need to know

I've cleaned the ears of adult Dogs with Perscription and OTC cremes but usually it was for ear mite infestation. Do I use a cotton swab or do I use a Q-tip? My Vet used a LONG q-tip swab to clean my lab's ears but I'm afraid of sticking something l… more ›

Kitnpup31605

August 26, 2008 | By Kitnpup31605 | 2 | Just Curious

They appear every time I shampoo her. Although the last couple of times they have diminished significantly. I'm guessing they're either flea larva or Tick larva. I pulled all the ticks off her when I got her but she had fleas for a while afterwards.

Kitnpup31605

August 26, 2008 | By LINDA L. | 7 | Need to know

We live in the south now where it can get very hot, and I thought that if we are hot, so are our dogs. Is once every other week too often to bathe them? And, is it okay to do so outside on our deck for their comfort? They seem to really love it espec… more ›

LINDA L.

August 25, 2008 | By Monica H. | 4 | Need to know

I can't see the cuticle on one of my rabbit's nails, they are all totally black. I clip them, but only minimally. I would love any tips on where to go to get this done, or how I can better do this myself.

August 24, 2008 | By amber f. | 5 | Need to know

My golden retriever has some type of skin infection. He is on antibiotics, prednisone and a medicated shampoo. I read that it might be helpful to shave the infected area to help promote air circulation. The main site of this infection is his neck … more ›

amber f.

August 22, 2008 | By Chris | 8 | Just Curious

The kittens are 4 weeks today & we are wondering when we should introduce them to a bath? Should we do it ourselves or have a professional do it? Thanks,

Chris

August 22, 2008 | By Karen W. | 8 | Just Curious

I had my cat's nails trimmed, after I had her for about 2 months. The woman at Petco, said that you could go anywhere from 2 to 4 months, before needing to have them trimmed again. She waits for about 3 months. She even said, that there are people wh… more ›

Karen W.

August 20, 2008 | By Carol L. | 2 | Just Curious

Poor Bear will chew his nails- not down to the quick but chew them to keep them short. He does not do this all the time I guess just when he feels he needs to.

Carol L.

August 16, 2008 | By Djb1961 | 6 | Need to know

My cat, Alex, is a SPAZ when it comes to us wanting to brush her. She freaks out the moment she sees us bring out the brush. We have NEVER done anything to abuse her (we have NEVER hit her or abused her at any time). But, now she's getting mats l… more ›

August 14, 2008 | By Goughballs | 2 | Just Curious

Has any one ever heard about this? I don't think that is the correct name for it but my vet told me that one of my cats has basically that. It doesn't seem to bother her but I just didn't know if there was anything that I could do for her or the acne… more ›

Goughballs

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