It seems like Sport got a mat of hair on his tail over night. Should i cut the mat of hair out, or continue to de-mat it with my slicker brush each day while it grows out? He is a Bichon Frise, they have a curly tail structure.
Tags: bichon frise, sport, grooming, slicker brush, mat, De-matting
I have to go and give my dad's dog Shasta a bath some time this week and he wants me to clip her nails too. But there is one problem all of Shasta's nails are black I am good at doing every other part of grooming a dog I have been grooming dogs since… more ›
We adopted a little rescue yorkie 4 months ago and she has floppy ears. Her hair is a little wavy and I can't seem to find a good haircut for her.....Any suggestions or pictures would be appreciated. The first photo is how she looked when we got her … more ›
ok well, my bunny,CeCi, is shedding...alot and i brush her every day but she still has lots of hair everywhere!!!!! so i was thinking do bunnies need haircuts like dogs,cats,etc?? plz anwers as soon as possible!!!!!! i need your help!! thanks!
Tags: ceci, netherland dwarf rabbit
The cleaning seems to never end for me. I sweep the kitchen and bathrooms every day, mop every 2-3 days and if I don't vacuum each day the carpet looks disgusting. Love my pets and it's worth the cleaning but dang they sure do shed a lot (even thou… more ›
I know this is a kind of random question but I'm moving into a new apartment and am shopping for a washer/dryer. I've been reading about diff adv and disadv of front-load vs. top-load and I thought I would stick with top load since it … more ›
I have a shar pei/whippet mix and I am good about giving her a bath but she starts to smell about a couple days after. Is this normal? I give my cat a bath and it's about a month before he starts smelling bad. Any suggestions on what shampoo works wi… more ›
Got a question about your pet? Get the answers you need from Zootoo's community of pet experts and owners.
Answer by Anonymous
A: Lipomas (fatty tumors) are typically benign. Lots of vets don't see the need to remove them unless they get really big or are in an area tha… more ›
Answer by Anonymous
A: Usually the fungus is just referred to as Canine Black Fungus or Canine Fungus as far as I know. It's usually a yeast inection caused by a y… more ›