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 ›
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A: Ches, I just sent you a message to let you know that all your stuff is on here. I was able to see all your photos, blogs, questions, etc. … more ›
Answer by Momba
A: The best thing to do is make sure of what it is by seeing your vet. It could be nothing, but why take the chance that it could be something… more ›