Coastal Pet Blog

Don’t Dread the Shed: Our Grooming Tool Recommendations

Safari, Grooming at Home

Tuesday, March 26, 2024

Dog and cat owners know all too well that shedding is a natural, necessary process for our pets. However, that doesn’t mean that we have to tolerate tufts of fur tumble-weeding through our homes. When armed with the right home grooming tools, you can effectively manage your pet’s shedding and keep your home fur-free. Before we explore our top Safari® by Coastal grooming tool recommendations, let’s first get to the root of understanding shedding.

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6 Tips for Trimming Your Dog’s Nails at Home

Grooming at Home

Friday, March 25, 2022

Hear your dog’s nails clicking on the kitchen floor? That’s an excellent indication it’s time for a nail trim. Dog’s nails should be clipped every two to six weeks depending on your dog’s breed and lifestyle. Taking your dog to a professional is one way of seeing to your dog’s nail needs. Doing it yourself is another.

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Dog Grooming in Winter: 6 Must-Know Tips

Dogs, Grooming, Healthy Pets, List

Tuesday, December 7, 2021

Grooming is important for all dogs, no matter what time of year. Just because it’s cold outside doesn’t mean you should skimp on the grooming.

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Tips to Stop Dog Shedding

Safari, Grooming, Dogs

Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Unless you've got a hairless dog, you can expect shedding to be a part of life. Most dogs shed year-round, even single-coated, shorthaired breeds like Dobermans and Weimaraners. But it's the wooly- and long-haired dogs that you've got to watch out for.

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Grooming Your Pet at Home

Safari, Grooming, Grooming at Home

Friday, March 13, 2020

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Grooming Tips and Tools for Small-Breed Dogs

Small-Breed Dogs, Li'l Pals, Grooming

Thursday, February 28, 2019

From Yorkies to Chihuahuas, small-breed dogs delight us with their petite size, fun personalities, and, of course, adorable looks. But just like these compact canines need smaller harnesses, collars, and coats, it’s also crucial to use grooming tools sized just for them.

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