DogiZone Blog

Tips To Reduce Shedding In Your Hairy Canine Companions

March 1, 2021

Dogs, just like humans, shed hair on a continuous basis. Some dogs also have a heavy shed in the spring and fall, which is known as the seasonal shed. This seasonal shed can produce a massive amount of hair, particularly in the large and giant breeds with a double coat. It is impossible to stop…

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Tips For Keeping Your Dog’s Teeth Clean

February 8, 2021

February is Pet Dental Health Month and is celebrated and sponsored by the American Veterinary Medical Association, and we think it is a great way to show some love by keeping a dog’s teeth clean. At Dogizone, we celebrate pet dental health year-round, with our groomers able to offer grooming, teeth cleaning, and even nail…

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Common Myths About Dog Grooming

November 22, 2020

Dogizone grooming services provide individualized attention to your pet and his or her coat, nails, ears, and even those pesky anal glands that occasionally need emptying. Working with a professional dog groomer makes the process easy for pet parents and pleasant and enjoyable for your dog. Unfortunately, many of our dog owners have read information…

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April Showers Bring May Flowers – But They Also Lead To Dirty Dogs!

April 13, 2020

Dogs, like people, are happy to see the warm, sunny days of spring arrive and have time to spend outside in their yard or going on longer walks throughout the community. While spring is a great time to head outdoors, the conditions often make keeping your dirty dogs safe, clean, and looking terrific more trouble…

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Summer Dog Grooming Tips

August 7, 2019

Summertime is a Great Time to Groom Your Dog! Summer is a great time of the year for both dogs and people. With the hot weather, dogs may shed continually throughout the summer months, and this is true for both double coat and single coat pooches. It is a good idea to up your game…

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The Risk Of Ticks

May 7, 2019

Tick bites, including from the three most common species, are on the rise in the United States. This includes reported bites with both humans as well as dogs, and include bits from the blacklegged tick, also known as the deer tick, as well as the dog tick and Lone Star tick. Of these three, the…

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Preparing Your Dogs for Spring

April 17, 2019

Tips For Making Sure Your Fur Babies Are Ready for Spring! Spring is here, now is the ideal time to make sure your four-legged friends are ready for the upcoming warm weather. There are several proactive and preventative steps that you can take to protect your dog from insects and other issues that will arise…

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