Category archive: Dog Grooming

Keeping up the good work

Taking your dog to the dog groomer in Cardiff is a real treat for you both. He feels and looks a million dollars and you haven’t had to wrestle with a wet and grumpy dog as you try and give him a bath. But the trick to keeping a nice tangle-free, sweetly-smelling dog is to…

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A neat new look for spring

It’s a funny thing, but spring certainly does make everyone think about a new look. For some people this means a whole new house makeover or even a garden renovation but your fur baby feels this way too and you can make him or her feel the cat’s whiskers (oops – apologies!) by getting a…

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Strip for Spring!

No, not you! The dog. Although you have probably been visiting your Cardiff dog groomer regularly throughout the winter, many people do tend to make their visits less frequent, especially if the weather is not too good. In this case, your pup’s coat may have become a bit matted down with shed fur and flakes…

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Pug ugly – but lovely with it

Just like people, dogs shouldn’t be judged by appearance and it has to be said that some dogs have faces even a mother would find it difficult to love. However, he is your fur baby and you do adore him, wrinkles and all. There are problems with a face that looks like a screwed up…

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How about a Doggy Detox?

So, after the most indulgent season of the year, we all like to look to the New Year for a healthy start. This also applies to your pooch. Extra treats and maybe the odd bit of turkey sneaked by Uncle Bob can add to your fur-baby’s waistline. Your dog groomer in Cardiff may even remark…

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Tooth health for your lovely pooch

No one likes the dentist and dogs are no exception. You should check his teeth regularly at home but if your dog doesn’t like you to mess with his mouth, a good way of getting him more comfortable with this kind of care is to get him used to a furcial at the best Cardiff…

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Use your ears to check if your dog’s nails need attention

Don’t actually rub your ears on your fur baby’s feet – listen carefully as he walks on a hard floor and if you hear a click, then the nails are touching and therefore are too long. If you regularly walk your pup on hard ground (pavements are best) the nails will wear down naturally but…

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Top tips for a happy dog between grooms

Hair Brushing Most dogs love being brushed, and regular brushing can strengthen the bond between you and your fur-baby while also maintaining a healthy coat. Long-haired dogs can benefit form daily brushing; medium-haired dogs one a week and short-haired dogs just now and then. Nail Trimming It’s important to keep your dog’s nails in good…

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Happy Anniversary to us!

Hello everyone. Tuesday the 4th of November is the official anniversary of our Cardiff dog grooming salon and boutique. What started off as a dream has not only become a reality but a thriving success (even if we do say so ourselves). We could not have done it without our awesome customers and their lovely…

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How to get mud out of your dog’s fur

If you have regular sessions for your dog at top Cardiff dog grooming salon Mucky Pups you will know that the more your pet is pampered, the better tempered he is when it comes to dealing with messy coats between visits. Dogs are creatures of habit and so getting them used to being brushed and…

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