Category Archives: Blog

K-9 COACH GROOMERS CORNER

Groomers Corner for March 2012 The Truth About Matts & Dogs! Matts are a very common and very misunderstood problem when it comes to careful and effective grooming. But what is a matt? What causes it? How can you prevent it?

You Are What You Eat…but what about your dog?

The notion of that which defines us being inextricably linked to that which we ingest into our bodies was first penned in 1826 in Physiologie du Gout, ou Meditations de Gastronomie Transcendante – “Dis-moi ce que tu manges, je te dirai ce que tu es.” [Tell me what you eat and I will tell you […]

K-9 Coach Groomers Corner – Doggy Dental Health

Groomers Corner for February 2012 DOGGY DENTAL HEALTH February isn’t just for lovers you know…it’s also a very important month for your dog too! 

For the L.O.V.E of Dogs…Happy Valentine’s Day!

L…is for Loyalty We’ve all heard stories about the loyalty of man’s best friend.  From Grey Friars Bobby to Hawkeye to the Tsunami guard dogs in Japan, dogs have proven their loyalty to us, and to each other, time and time again.  Don’t we owe them the same?  Loyalty for me means… Keeping my dogs […]

Accepting Our Dogs

This afternoon, I was at the park, walking my dogs and watching my son play on the playground.  I struck up a conversation with a really nice guy whose son was playing with mine.  He owns a German Short Hair and was telling me that he specifically got this dog to run with him, and […]

Winter Preparedness & Safety

“It’s the most wonderful time of the year With the kids jingle belling And everyone telling you “Be of good cheer” ” Winter in Georgia really is a great time of year. Unlike many other parts of the country we mostly luck out in the weather stakes – it’s relatively mild (we can’t complain so […]

Holiday Safety Tips

Holiday Safety Tips for your Pups! Quite a few of our beloved clients (the dogs that is, as opposed to their very popular owners!) have sensitive tummies, and there are several who suffer from very serious digestive problems like pancreatitis, IBS and colitis.

Storm Phobias

We have a storm outside the facility today and, as it happens, have several storm phobic dogs here. So, I wanted to grab a quick reference piece for our customers and I came across this old article and decided to re-publish it here. It’s a little dated, but the information is still very good and […]