Whether you're in the pet grooming business or you're the "do-it-yourself" type, grooming supplies are something every dog owner should have. Regular grooming doesn't just keep your dog looking and feeling his best, but it also gives you the opportunity to identify any unusual lumps, skin problems, or other potential health issues you may notice as you groom your dog. Here are just a few of the basic dog groomer supplies you may want to keep around:
The ramp is for large dogs. You can easily hurt yourself trying to heft a big dog into the tub! The ramp allows them you to lead them up into the tub - much easier for both you and for the dog.
DIY types might just prefer to give the dog a good rub with the towel and let him go! If you use a hair dryer on your dog, keep it in the low setting to avoid burning your dog. Never leave a dog unattended when using box or cage dryers, and check on them frequently to ensure it isn't too hot.
Some dogs are more comfortable with the use of a dremel to file down their nails.
Keep all of your dog groomer supplies together in a box to make them easy to find, and convenient to use. Regular grooming should be a part of your dog's routine... it helps to keep his skin and coat healthy, lets you identify potential problems that might otherwise have been missed, and gives quality bonding time between you and your pet.