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How to trim your dog’s nails

When the nail grows so does the quick! 1. Nails When your dogs nail grows, so does the quick, some dogs quick is far too close to the nerve and will bleed. Trimming your dogs nails more regular, will help the quick to recede over time, and allow more of the nail to be trimmed....

Tips and tricks: Puppy’s First Grooming

We understand the stress and aniexty when it comes to getting your dog groomed! How will they be treated? Are they going to be okay? how nervous will my dog feel. These are all valued concerns feel and have, Friends with Fur – Cannon Hill will help ease that stress for you and your puppy....


I love to mix things up when I’m training Laika, and switching up her treats is an easy way to keep her motivated. And rather than having to buy bags of treats all the time I usually just pick out some fruits and veggies I’ve already got on hand. My dog will literally work for...

The Importance Of Grooming Your Pet In Winter!

Contrary to people’s views dogs don’t need to be groomed in the winter. Many people feel dogs don’t get dirty enough in winter to require a bath or grooming, but in reality, frequent grooming in winter is important if not more than summer to sustain a healthy coat and more importantly avoid any matting. Consider...

Double Coated Dogs

As a professional dog groomer, there are a large number of double coated breeds. We meet many dog owners asking if their dog coat is too long or too hot for them, and if we can shave or clip them. Dogs do not cool down like humans, and clipping or shaving them brings more harm...

Keeping your dog happy and healthy

We think it’s so important to take every step you can to maintain the well-being of your pooch. Whether a new puppy or senior dog; providing your beloved canines basic care efforts can make a difference in their quality of life and overall longevity. Here are a few of our favourite tips!   1. Exercise,...

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