Attention: Dog Owners Who Have a Fearful Dog
"Fearless Dog Grooming"
Some dogs may be afraid of the sights, sounds, and sensations of grooming tools, such as clippers, brushes, or combs. This can be especially true if the dog has had negative experiences with these tools in the past.
For dogs that are not used to being groomed, the entire grooming process can be unfamiliar and therefore scary. This may be due to a lack of exposure to grooming or a lack of understanding of what is happening.
Some dogs may be afraid of the grooming environment itself, whether it be the grooming salon or a home grooming setup. This may be due to the sights, sounds, and smells of the environment, or simply the unfamiliarity of being in a new place.
Some dogs may be afraid of specific grooming tasks, such as nail trimming or teeth brushing. These tasks can be especially anxiety-provoking if the dog has had negative experiences with them in the past.
Fear of Being Left Alone
Some dogs may become anxious or fearful during grooming if they are left alone, either in the grooming salon or at home. This may be due to separation anxiety or a fear of being away from their owner.
Your dog tries to bite the brush and you?
The dog literally runs away when they see you with the brush.
The nails are on the legs that are so sensitive you cannot barely brush the hair let alone cut the nails.
How do you know what products to buy, to relieve or train the fear out of them?
You are ready to stop having your dog stressed out.
You are ready to start saving money.
You are ready to groom with confidence in the comfort of your home.