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Dog grooming is not just about having pretty-looking pet, it's also about having a clean coat, clean teeth and gums, and a body that's free from fleas and ticks and a wide range of foreign particles that can potentially be hazardous to your dog's health and well-being. Proper grooming of your pet is a factor in prevention of certain diseases such as some dog ear disease, dog mange, dandruff and even excessive shedding. You can do maintenance grooming at home if you have the right tools and you know exactly what needs to be tended to. Learn more about dog grooming and the best (and safest) products and tools to use, tips on grooming your dog properly and the dog issues you can avoid with this continued care, below.
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