Dog Grooming

Proper grooming is an important part of maintaining your dog's overall health, but it can get expensive over time. If you're tired of taking your pet to the groomer, check out tips and techniques for how to groom your dog yourself and keep her looking pawsome.

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Why Your Dog Scoots & What You Need to Know About Your Dog’s Anal Glands

All dogs have anal glands. Most of the time your dog won’t need any help from you, but sometimes these glands get impacted and require human or even veterinary intervention to clear them out.

Here's How Martha Stewart Gives Her Dogs a Bath

Martha shared the step-by-step wash process she follows for her Chow Chows Empress Qin and Emperor Han, including a thorough teeth cleaning!

10 Simple Steps to a Clean Dog

Even if your dog hasn't rolled in the mud, an occasional bath is the best way to keep your dog clean and fresh. Follow these step-by-step bathing tips to learn how often to bathe a dog and which gear you'll need, plus grooming tips to keep its coat looking its best.

Here’s How Often You Should Be Washing Your Dog

You know your dog needs frequent baths, but how often is “frequent” exactly? Here's how to craft a bathing schedule fit for your pup.

6 Vet-Approved Tips for Cleaning Your Dog's Ears

A DIY approach to ear cleaning can be cost-effective as well as kind. Here’s how to master the process.

Vet-Approved Methods for Brushing Your Dog’s Teeth

From the right tools to use to how to make teeth brushing more enjoyable, here are top tips from two veterinarians on how to brush your dog’s teeth.

More Dog Grooming

What Causes Bad Breath in Dogs & How to Deal With It

From getting into the garbage to periodontal disease, discover the potential causes of your dog’s bad breath.

Pro Tips on Trimming Your Dog’s Nails at Home

From the right tools to proper nail trimming technique, here’s what you need to know about dog nail trimming at home.

How to Keep Your Dog’s Teeth Clean

From daily tooth brushing to an annual dental cleaning, these tips can help you care for your dog’s dental health throughout his lifetime.