Animals don’t have the same hygiene standards (or tools) as humans. It’s not like our dogs can brush his own teeth or his own hair—so us owners have to do that for them. Just like when you have a self-care day and do your ten-step beauty routine, your dog needs to have their beauty routine done too. So, primp and pamper them with our easy “how to” guide on how to maintain your dog’s hygiene.
We’re going to state the obvious here: dogs are messy. Not just because they're furry and lick their own bodies, but because they're animals. And animals simply can’t clean up after themselves. If your dog spills their food, gets their muddy paws on the couch, or has an accident in the house they can’t exactly bend over and pick it up. So as a fur parent you’ll have to step in and save the day! But where to start? How do you clean up after a dog?
A competitive dog show involves a presentation of purebred dogs (although our favorite mutts are starting to carve out their own categories!). These delightful events are basically beauty pageants for dogs. It’s mostly just for fun and an excuse to watch a bunch of cute dogs, but the real purpose of dog shows is to evaluate quality breeding and the integrity of a breed. It’s the crème de la crème of dog breeds and if you’re interested in joining a pet show here are some things you should know.