Proper Grooming and Skin Care for Senior Dogs via PetSafe

July 27, 2013

grooming-cardiff-scruffy-300x200Do you own a senior pet?  As the aging process affects the ability of our older dogs (and cats) to effectively clean themselves, it’s vital that you help them to maintain a mat-free coat and healthy skin surface.
Learn more in this article for PetSafe: Proper Grooming and Skin Care for Senior Dogs.
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TheOldBroad July 29, 2013 at 2:42 PM

“cling-ons” Around here, we call them “dingleberries”

“sanitary cut or trim” And we call these “potty strips”.

Since I’m not worried about the aesthetics, I ask to have Stan’s backside shaved when he goes for a checkup (every 4 months). Although Laz is the other other longhaired kitty and doesn’t have a problem, it makes sense that we start doing that for him, too, since he’s turning 10 next month.

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