Pampered pets?


I wondered if anyone does make overs for their pets or are their pets natural and country sheik
Aug 29, 2013 @ 08:35 am

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When I had a dog I certainly did not give him any sort of makeover (he had short hair) but he did go for regular grooming
Aug 29, 2013 @ 02:09 pm

High Maintenance Kitty

I don't give my cat a makeover, but I brush her daily (I ended up getting her an Aveda Paddle brush because she kept going for mine....she's super spoiled) and I have pet wipes to make sure any dirt that she gets into comes off before it dried. I also regularly cut her claws and make sure any eye gunk is out of her eyes. For dogs I think it's crucial to find a groomer you trust and have regular appointments.
Aug 30, 2013 @ 05:59 pm

My boys

I defiantly make over my dogs once in awhile. By that I mean I take them to the groomers and I dress them up. I get their nails trimmed, brush their teeth. I feel its general maintenance. My one friend actually dyes his dogs hair. Which I have debated on doing lol.
Sep 05, 2013 @ 10:44 am

Pet Makeover

I don't think personally any pet should go through a makeover.I have two adorable cats,I call them my babies they are Brother and Sister .I rescued them from a shelter.I think no matter what kind of animal cat,dog whatever should be Bathed ,dogs especially because cats clean themselves.They need their ears cleaned ,nails clipped and of course teeth brushed that's it in my opinion.I see people dressing their dogs and putting bows in their hair,I would never put an animal through that.All animals are beautiful just the way they are,they are not people ,but next to it.I am an animal lover and dearly loves my two babies Molly and Jake ,and I'm quite sure they are happy the way they are.I give them lots of loving and play with them several times a day,just to keep them active,oh and I forgot,I brush them daily also.
Jan 28, 2014 @ 10:57 am

Regular Grooming is a must.

I think it's crucial to take your pet to a groomer on a regular basis. Whether it's for a full hair cut, or just for a nail trim. There's a lot of "behind the scenes" things that happen at the groomers, and are important to your pet's health - anal glands, ear cleaning, plucking the hair from inside the ears, cleaning the hair from between your pets toes and pads of their feet.. The list goes on.

As for dressing your pets up, why not. Sometimes it's just for cute sake, but sometimes it can help them as well. My Doberman wears a jacket and booties outside in the winter, it keeps him warm. My other dogs just wear booties. Once in awhile my daughter will dress them up in a princess dress, haha - But that's only for her little story telling routines..

Dying my pets hair? No thank you.

Jan 29, 2014 @ 05:41 am

pampered pups

If my female dog would let me touch her feet without losing a finger, I would polish her nails for sure. Both of my dogs have an extensive winter coat collection as well as personalized collars/dog tags. I apply paw balm to their feet and have special body splashes for them in-between their baths. The shampoo/conditioner I use on them is one that is so good I use it on my hair.

That's not too it?
Jan 29, 2014 @ 08:15 pm

saving cash

I have 4 dogs and 3 cats. I do all the grooming for them. That includes the nail trimming, ear cleaning, anal gland expressing etc as well as the basic bathing. I have save loads of money by learning to do all the tasks that a groomer would do.
Feb 19, 2014 @ 06:35 pm


People who colour their dogs drive me crazy. But I love 1 day of the cute bows my groomer puts in
Sep 30, 2014 @ 07:01 pm

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