Keeping Your Dog Clean: Mats, Tangles, and Brush Recommendations

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Meet the Expert

Chris Coopwood is the head groomer of Claridge Pet Resort in Collierville, TN. Since 2010, he has groomed in various salons across the midsouth, holding leadership positions such as Salon Leader and District Grooming Mentor for a large pet chain. Chris has dedicated his life to servicing the pets in his community by providing quality care to each animal, and trustworthy advice to the pet parents. In his spare time, Chris enjoys restoring cars, painting, and spending time with his wife, their 1-year-old son, and their two pups!

About This Class

Maintaining your pet’s skin, coat, ears, and nails is important to your pet’s overall health. Whether you take your pet to the groomer regularly or only need to do basic up-keep at home, it’s essential to know what your pet needs and how to use proper techniques when keeping your pet clean.

Join groomer Chris Coopwood as he gives 3 mini sessions on basic grooming methods, and each session includes an extended Q&A portion to help answer all your pet parent questions. The first session covers Tear Stains and Ear Maintenance. The second session includes Tips and Tricks on Nail Trims and How to Prep Your New Puppy for a Visit to the Groomer. Finally, the third session examines Mats, Tangles, and Brush Recommendations.

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