Dog Grooming Secrets Review
It goes without saying that there is not much that compares to sharing your life with a four-legged bundle of joy. Considering the amount of unconditional love and affection that a puppy or adult dog can give, it is little wonder they are called man's (or a woman's) best friend. But, is it really that important to groom a dog? For just $19.97 you can get your hands on the Dog Grooming Secrets eBook that will help you learn a variety of things to do with grooming your pooch.
Believe it or not, even in this day and age, there are many dog owners asking this very question. They don't believe that taking the time to groom their dog properly on a regular basis is absolutely necessary, despite all of the evidence to the contrary. After all, your dog cannot stay clean on his or her own. In fact, although they are capable of cleaning themselves to a certain degree, they need more help than many owners often believe.
Many dog owners are unaware that grooming enhances their dog’s overall health and it encourages the health of their dog’s skin as well as the coat. Proper and regular dog grooming helps ensure that your dog is mentally and physically in top condition as a result of the attention. Furthermore, it can improve the circulation, boost muscle mass and reduce the possibility of infection.
Importantly it can make your dog more comfortable and less irritable and they deserve some comfort don't they? Also finally, and probably most importantly, it enhances the bond between you and your dog. Brought to you by Sharda Baker, a dog lover, most of her life she has been involved with dogs and has published several dog books and is now introducing this new book for you.
She is not a professional dog groomer but a dedicated dog owner just like you and she produces several regular online dog newsletters and manages a dog forum. She gets to meet a lot of dog owners virtually every day so gets to hear all about the issues they deal with and dog grooming and managing skin conditions is one of the BIG ISSUES many dog owners deal with.
Some Reason Why You Should Groom Your Dog
Here are 6 of the 8 main reasons why you should take the time to groom your dog outlined below that highlight the benefits for both you and your dog. As such, they should give you an idea of the importance that should be placed on grooming by all dog owners today:
- It encourages the health of your dog’s skin and coat. Regular brushing and grooming of your dog’s coat can encourage the health and vitality of your dog’s skin because it boosts the blood flow underneath the coat. This in turn ensures that the cells get everything they need via the bloodstream. Similarly, dogs need to wash much the same as humans do in order to keep toxins that may get caught in the fur at bay because they can also cause problems with the coat and skin.
- It enhances your dog’s overall health. Grooming enhances your dog’s overall health in a number of ways. It can ensure that your dog is mentally and physically in top condition as a result of the attention. Furthermore, it can improve the circulation, boost muscle mass and reduce the possibility of infection. By pairing grooming with a good diet, you can also boost your dog’s immune system, meaning that he or she will be less likely to become ill anyway.
- It eliminates the smell associated with dogs. This point applies to both your dog and your home. Everyone knows that there is nothing worse than walking into a house and having your senses assaulted with the pungent odor of stale dog but you do not have to worry about that if you regularly groom your dog because it minimizes the smell. This applies to all breeds of dog, even those that have particularly long and thick coats.
- It highlights any problems as and when they arise. This is not one of the more obvious reasons but it is a reason nevertheless because regular grooming enables you to notice changes in your dog’s body, which can be important in the diagnosis of many illnesses. For example, you will notice any cuts, grazes, lumps, swelling and even heat that occur. You may also notice slight differences in your dog’s general demeanor that may hint at depression or pain in some way. As such, if you notice these symptoms then you can seek help for your dog much quicker than would otherwise be possible.
- It can cut down on the overall cost of grooming. If you pay for someone else to groom your dog, whether on a regular basis or for a six monthly coat trim. By regularly grooming your dog, you may not need to hire anyone else to provide personal attention for your dog in the first place. This will save you money and enhance the relationship between you and your dog.
- Finally, and most importantly, it enhances the bond between you and your dog. As hinted at under the last point, grooming enhances the relationship between man and dog because it gives you a shared experience and one that is pleasurable for your canine companion. Dogs do enjoy grooming because it means that they get attention from their owners. All dogs absolutely love the attention. As such, it is an activity that you will be able to laugh at and your dog will be able to enjoy.
What Do You Learn
This ebook covers JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING you would ever need to know about grooming your own dog, including grooming your dog at home or with a professional groomer.
The comprehensive, well written and easy to read ebook is packed with great information and tips including.
- Grooming tools
- Bathing your dog
- Skin care
- Nail clipping
- Brushing and drying
- Grooming adults and puppies
- Grooming specific breeds
- Eye and teeth care
- Anal glands care
- Choosing a good groomer
After receiving and answering hundreds of emails about dog grooming she decided to get some help from the experts and get a dog grooming resource published that would be helpful to any dog owner or dog groomer and that’s what you get with Dog Grooming Secrets if you buy today.
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