6 Competition Grooming Must-Haves!

Are you competing in a grooming competition or perhaps grooming a show dog? We’ve put together a few things for you that we think you might need! A sturdy but portable table A hard-wearing case for your grooming kit Extra comfortable shoes Groomers Aromatherapy Spray for stress relief purposes Grip for paws, so they can stay on your table without slipping too much A very patient dog! Now go out there and nail that groom! See all of our must-have competition products here: http://bit.ly/2xcwaCo


How To Groom Greasy Haired Dogs

Greasy, dirty dog hair can sometimes be really difficult to tame, especially when you’re trying to create perfection! Here are our top tips to help you get that all-important professional finish on greasy hair: Bathing First, you need a squeaky clean base. A good degreaser like Chubbs bars or Julie Harris Signature Strip Down Shampoo should do it. If the hair is really greasy, why not begin with a pre-wash? Use one of our Value range shampoos or our Intensives range to wash out shed hair, dirt and other nasties... Read More

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Blast and Detangle With Ease

As you know, blasters go hand in hand with a good de-shedding session, but to make it easier, you need a good detangler. Adding detangling spray and a detangling shampoo to the process makes it much easier to allow the loose hair to be blown or brushed out of the coat. We’ve made it easy for you this month by giving you a free Groom and Detangle spray with every online order of an XPower blaster! Find the offer here: http://bit.ly/2i2F1it

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Get Coats Out Of a Tangle With Ease

U is for Untangle – something we’re sure you do a lot of! Curly coats, drop coats, silky coats, long coats, cotton coats – one thing they have in common is that they can get in a serious tangle. To sort them out, you’re going to need some help, and that’s where we come in. 1: Detangling Shampoo You’re going to need a shampoo that’s got some slip-agent to allow the tangled hair to slide out more easily. Follow up with a conditoning treatment. The moisturising properties of this will... Read More


The Secret to Sharp Scissoring

S is for Snip, snip! That’s right, it’s time to shine the spotlight on bathing products that help you to get that perfect scissoring finish! Scissoring Shampoos To make scissoring that much easier, you need a shampoo that cleans extremely thoroughly, taking away all grease and dirt and allowing the hair to stand straight out from the skin after it has been dried. For that, we recommend Groomers Scissoring Prep Shampoo of course! Scissoring Sprays These handy sprays are used to help keep hair standing straight upright, making it much... Read More


What Makes a Good Scissor For You?

We can talk about superior blade edges and handle styles, but what is really important is that you buy a scissor that is comfortable and easy for you to use. Here are our tips for getting the best scissor for you: Check the handle. To make sure you’ll have the most natural hand movement, you need the best fit. Ensuring the handle is the correct length for your fingers is very important, as a too-short or too-long handle could cause strain injuries to the tendons in your hands. Luckily, there... Read More

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Choosing The Right Coat King

Choosing a Coat King can be difficult, but we’re here to help you out! Here are some general guidelines for selecting a Coat King: Dog breeds with a very soft coat – the more blades the better. Dog breeds with a long coat – the more blades the better. Dog breeds with a very short coat – the more blades the better. Dog breeds with a knotty coat – start with a Coat-King with less blades and finish with one that has more blades. Dog breeds with coarse or wiry... Read More