Blog Profiles: Pet Grooming Blogs
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I watch a lot of dog grooming videos while I’m working. They’re the right mix of interesting and calm to help me get through the workday. My dog, a miniature pinscher, doesn’t require enough grooming for me to take him to the groomers, but I enjoy watching them work their magic on a lot of the furrier dogs.
Here are a few pet grooming blogs that caught my eye.
1. Groomit Blog
Groomit is actually an app that allows you to schedule an appointment for a mobile groomer to come to you for in-home grooming. The blog covers a multitude of topics that range from what to do when you’re bringing home your new pet to what certain things mean in the grooming world and how to handle them.
I also like this site because it has a specific section dedicated to cats – I feel like it’s often overlooked that cats need pretty regular grooms as well.
Follow @GroomitApp on Twitter.
— Groomit (@GroomitApp) June 13, 2021
Similar to Groomit, Primped Pooches is a mobile dog spa based in Texas that comes to you.
This blog specifically talks about everything related to grooming, which I honestly really appreciate because you know what you’re getting with every post. Most of the blog posts consist of tips and tricks for the DIY dog groomer (with some suggestions on when to go to a professional).
Follow @primpedpooches on Facebook.
Groomers is a professional dog grooming retail website based in the UK with the goal of “encouraging grooming excellence through expertise and professional knowledge.”
The blog focuses less on the professional side of grooming, and, similar to the previous blogs, more on educating DIY home groomers. They also provide some other fun topics, such as information about dog-friendly hotels and resorts, which is something that I gravitate toward now that I’m with my dog 24 hours a day.
Follow @groomersonline on Facebook.
GroomArts is an accredited education and training service for dog grooming based in the UK. It offers a number of different courses and business advice, both in-person and online.
GroomArts is similar to a couple of the blogs mentioned above. It covers a range of topics, with everything from pet care to grooming aggressive cats, but the one thing I really enjoy about the site is that you can sort by topics and tags to find exactly what you’re looking for.
Follow @GroomArts on Twitter.
— GroomArts Academy (@GroomArts) April 16, 2021
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Sav Tanbusch is a team lead and editor for PRWeb. Sav spends a lot of free time thinking about dogs and playing video games. Follow Sav at @StopandSayHello.