Do you have a short-haired dog or a pup that needs grooming? You don’t have to go to a professional groomer if you know how to do it yourself at home. In this video, you will learn how to brush, bathe and dry your dog the right way, to keep their coat shiny and healthy. Watch Kitty from Transgroom as she demonstrates the steps on her own dog!
Kitty Ponnet, an expert groomer with over 20 years of experience, will show you how to brush your dog’s fur using a slicker brush. She will explain why this type of brush is ideal for removing loose hair and dirt, and how to avoid hurting your dog’s skin. She will also demonstrate how to hold the brush and how to move it along your dog’s body, following the direction of the hair growth. You will see how to brush different areas of your dog, such as the ears, the tail, and the legs, and how to deal with any mats or tangles that you might encounter. By following Kitty’s instructions, you will be able to make your dog’s coat smooth and shiny in no time.
Texturizing powder and pigment sticks can be used to add style and volume to your pet's fur. They are easy to use and can be used to create a variety of looks. Texturizing powder adds volume and texture, while pigment sticks add color and interest. Both products are safe for pets and can be purchased online or at most pet stores.
Maintaining your grooming clippers is important for several reasons. Firstly, regular maintenance will ensure that your clippers work efficiently, making the grooming process easier and more comfortable for your pet. Additionally, regular maintenance of your clippers will prolong their lifespan, saving you money in the long run. Cleaning and maintaining your grooming clippers is a simple process, but it's important to do it regularly to keep your clippers in good condition.