Grooming is a vital part of your dog's health and happiness. You can go to a grooomer or you can learn to do it yourself! Here are some helpful links and videos for you to check out.



Here's a great link on maintaining your puppy's coat!

Here's a grooming demo video from the ALAA.

Here's a great youtube series about grooming your doodle at home.


Groomers to check out:

1.The Dirty Paw Dog Spa (Marietta, GA)


2. Katie Anderson- Groomer at Crossroads Veterniary Clinic (Woodstock, GA)



3. Kelesey's Dog House (Atlanta, GA)




Nails: You can either clip your dog's nails yourself or you can ask your groomer to do it. 


Eyes: Always make sure your pup is able to see well! Make sure the hair around their eyes is groomed in a way that it does not obstruct their vision. Also always keep their eyes clear of any eye boogies. You can use a damp paper towel to gentle wipe away any eye crust or boogers. If there is any blood, severe redness or pain in their eyes, contact your vet!


Ears: It is very important to keep your pup's ears cleaned! There are many ear cleaners out there but I recommend the ear cleaner from Life's Abundance. You can find it here!

Here is a great video on how to do it yourself.


Bathing: When you bathe your dog, make sure their fur i completely tangle free! If you wash  tangled fur, it makes it much, much harder to brush out. Use only dog shampoo and make sure to rinse it out using warm (never hot) water! Any residue left behind can bother their skin. Be very careful not to get water in their eyes or ears!


Teeth: It is important to brush your dog's teeth regularly. Only brush their teeth with dog toothpaste! Never use human toothpaste.