Scented candles, carpet fresheners, furniture fresheners, and oil-style wall plug-ins all contain toxic ingredients that can cause serious issues with your pets (and with family). Even products labeled “Natural” may be harming your furbaby.
While foods and treats full of dyes and preservatives aren’t the only reason that dogs end up sick, or with cancer, they are one of the main reasons. By providing healthy whole foods alongside of your dog’s current meals, you can help boost his health!
Not every animal you groom will be a picture of perfection; more often than not, you will handle animals with skin issues. In some cases, you may even be the one to discover these issues. Not only may it alter your grooming technique, but it means that you need to speak with the pet’s owner, too.
There is no doubt that humans are happier around animals! Allowing your grooming business to be a location for a local dog adoption, rescue, or fostering care event will bring smiling faces inside your door.
Your business can benefit by understanding exactly what is trending in the furbaby community. With each year comes new ideas, and now more than ever, the millennial generation is dictating the trends you need to bring into your business.
Before becoming parents to a human baby, many couples are mom and dad to a furbaby. Typically, this furry, four-legged animal has been placed on quite the pedestal over some long period of time. Bringing home a newborn can present a lot of worry for the expecting family.
Most furbaby owners believe that all dog shampoos are created equal, but the truth is that they are not. It is more than just the fragrances found inside the soap bottles that can cause problems; different dog breeds, and dogs with different skin types or furs may require a different shampoo.