Guide to Home Pet Grooming
Here, for ambitious dog and cat owners, is detailed advice on how to avoid the inconvenience and expense of pet salons by doing it yourself. The author gives detailed instruction on bathing, brushing, combing, and clipping both dogs' and cats' coats, and keeping the animal expertly groomed. Also provided are specific tips for grooming different breeds, keeping a nervous or impatient animal calm during grooming sessions, and more. There is also information on proper nutrition and its effects on an animal's appearance. Instruction and advice is supplemented with more than 100 how-to color photos.
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Guide to Home Pet Grooming: Everything about Your Pet's Skin and Coat ...
Chris C. Pinney
Limited preview - 1990
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