SQUEAKY CLEAN FROM HEAD TO TAIL.
Keep pets where they belong, on your lap. Our grooming line puts an end to those pesky odors.
Excess Ear Wax:
Keeping your pet's ears clean is one of the best ways to help prevent pet ear infections. Anything more than a little pale yellow wax needs attention.
Gazuntite! Allergies are the leading cause of canine ear infections. Allergies can either be environmental – think dust, pollen and mold – or food related.
Wondering if the brown stuff in your dog’s ears might be mites? Their "handiwork" is easy to spot: dark, crumbly debris that looks like coffee grounds.
All your pup's romps in the pool can lead to trapped water in their L-shaped ear canals, a prime way for yeast and bacteria to thrive and cause a stink.