Shernbao Dog Pet Grooming Stool GC-002S Bronco Anatomic Stool

 

·Ergonomic saddle chair, relieves the stress on back and spine caused by sitting for long periods.
·A much more comfortable and ergonomic design than most work stools and chairs.
·Constructed from durable faux leather fabric, chrome-plated metal base, and smooth-rolling casters.
·Lifting ranges from 51.5cm to 64cm. 

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Description

·Ergonomic saddle chair, relieves the stress on back and spine caused by sitting for long periods.
·A much more comfortable and ergonomic design than most work stools and chairs.
·Constructed from durable faux leather fabric, chrome-plated metal base, and smooth rolling casters.
·Lifting ranges from 51.5cm to 64cm. 

Grooming stools are essential when grooming dogs. It not only supports the dog but also facilitates our movement.

Dog Grooming Steps

1. Comb the hair

Grooming is arguably the most important step in dog grooming. Before bathing, owners should check their pets for tangles. Usually, the ears or chin or under the legs are the most tangled and should be gently brushed by hand or with a comb. Grooming can help the dog to untangle the knots in the coat, balance the oil secretion of the skin, and remove dead skin. Of course, you can also use this time to develop mutual affection with the dog.

2. Wash the body

After a thorough grooming, you can start taking a shower. The dog should be wet with water first, but do not wet the head and ears first to avoid pet discomfort. The shampoo is best for pets, choose a non-medicated shampoo. Consider using a medicated shampoo or as directed by your doctor unless you have a skin disease or fungal infection.

3. Clean the anal glands

Cleaning the anal glands can prevent anal inflammation. Squeeze the anal glands about once a month. We often see dogs rubbing their butts on the ground, so be careful. It is telling you with actions that its anal glands should be cleaned.

4. Dry your hair

After rinsing thoroughly, try to squeeze the water out of the hair with your hands. Reapply conditioner or apply conditioner if necessary, and then dry with a thick towel. The next step is to dry the hair, either with a hand dryer or a cage dryer. No matter which method is used, the owner must monitor and adjust the temperature as necessary to avoid overheating.

5. Clean your ears

Pet ears should be cleaned once a week. It is best for owners to learn the correct skills of pet ear cleaning with a veterinarian. Dog-specific ear cleaning solution can also be considered, do not use too thin cotton swabs, so as not to go too deep and cause damage.

6. Trim toenails

Under normal circumstances, pet’s toenails should be trimmed once every two weeks. If the toenails are not trimmed for a long time, the blood lines in the toenails will become longer and longer. On the contrary, every time the toenails are trimmed, the blood lines will retract a little, so that there will be no clipping. Bleeding phenomenon. Learn the proper technique for trimming your nails so you don’t bleed if you cut them too short, or deform them or make it difficult to walk if you cut them too long.

Tips for pet grooming

  1. Under normal circumstances, the pet’s nails should be cut once every two weeks. If the toenails are not cut for a long time, the blood lines in the toenails will become longer and longer. On the contrary, the blood lines of the toenails will retract a little every time they are cut, so that they will not appear. Cut the bleeding phenomenon.
  2. Not all dogs need to have their ears plucked. Commonly plucked dogs are Shih Tzus, Poodles and Schnauzers. Generally, it is necessary to pluck the ear hair once a month or so, which can effectively prevent the generation of ear mites and prevent the odor in the ears.
  3. Cleaning the anal glands can prevent anal inflammation. Squeeze the anal glands about once a month. We often see dogs rubbing their buttocks on the ground, so be careful. It is telling you with actions that its anus should be cleaned.
  4. Take a bath for long-haired dogs once a week, and for short-haired dogs every 10 days or so. For dogs with body odor, or dogs that have been accidentally soiled, it is okay to wash them at any time. However, for dogs that are sick or have just been vaccinated, follow the doctor’s instructions.
  5. Be sure to comb the coat before taking a bath, so that the tangled hair can be combed out to prevent the coat from becoming more entangled; it can also remove large pieces of dirt for easy cleaning. Especially around the mouth, behind the ears, under the armpit, inside the thigh, toe tips, etc., the parts that dogs are most reluctant to groom should be cleaned.