1. Pet brushes and combs.
As a professional groomer who works with multiple breeds of dogs, you need a variety of brushes to meet a variety of needs..
2. Hair clippers.
For dogs with medium to long hair, you may need to shave or cut hair on a regular basis. Electric clippers give you a way to create a neat, uniform look. Scissors allow for tidy touchups in specific places for long hair.
To clean a dog’s coat, you need a soap-free shampoo catered to its type of fur. If you want to protect the dog from eye injury, go with a tear-free shampoo. To ease skin irritation and itching, pick an oatmeal shampoo..
After shampooing, you also have the option to use a conditioner to moisturize and add shine to a dog’s coat. Conditioner detangles, softens and adds beauty to a pet’s coat. .
5. The Absorber Dog Lover’s towel.
After a pet has been washed, it’s only natural for it to want to run around and shake off. A good towel can make the drying experience less chaotic by absorbing moisture quickly and efficiently..
6. Nail trimmers.
From claw-style trimmers to scissor-like trimmers, there are many kinds of nail clippers on today’s market ming.
7. Ear cleansers.
Use ear cleansers to rinse and clean the ear canal and/or ear medications as recommended by a veterinarian..
Anyone who grooms pets knows you have to have the proper tools, especially if you’re going to achieve professional grooming results. The fact is, whether you’re combing fur or trimming nails, your task becomes simpler with professional dog grooming products that cater to the job at hand.