Dog Grooming Directory
Your dog needs you to help keep her teeth and body clean, fur brushed, and nails clipped. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage on dog grooming, including tips on how to make it fun and enjoyable for your dog, what tools to use, and more.
Dog Paw Care Tips – Top 10
discusses the top 10 paw care tips for your dog.
WebMD discusses common causes of excessive shedding in dogs and offers tips on how it can be minimized.
Ear Care for Dogs
Ear Care for Dogs
Eye Care for Dogs
WebMD discusses eye care for dogs including symptoms, signs, treatment and prevention of common eye problems
How to Keep Your Dog Cool in the Summer
When the mercury rises, keep your pets' temperatures low.
Dog Grooming FAQ: What to Look for in a Dog Groomer
WebMD veterinary experts answer commonly asked questions about finding the right groomer for your dog.
What Your Pet's Fur Says About Her Health
Learn how to spot common fur problems and what they mean for your four-legged friend.
Does Your Pet's Breath Pass the Sniff Test?
Bad breath can be a sign of more serious health issues in your dog or cat.
Are certain breeds safer for people with dog allergies? Find out more about hypoallergenic dogs, the KNF-1 protein and what it means to those who have dog allergies.
Tips for Cleaning Dog's Teeth
Here are the top things you can do at home to help keep your dog's teeth clean and healthy.
Brushing Dog's Teeth
It’s never too late to start brushing your dog’s teeth. Learn how to do it properly--and easily.
Preventing Dog Dental Problems
Get the tips you need to keep your dog’s teeth healthy.
Slideshows & Images
Slideshow: Tips for Brushing a Dog’s Teeth
WebMD's slideshow on keeping your dog's teeth clean offers step-by-step instructions for brushing.
Slideshow: Puppy Care -- From Adoption to Puppy-Proofing Your Home
From feeding and playing to shots and spaying, learn everything you need to know before bringing home a puppy.
Slideshow: Risky Mistakes Pet Owners Make
Pet owners risk rashes, diseases, bites, and worms when they neglect pet care basics. And dogs and cats can suffer needlessly, too. This WebMD slideshow lays out scenarios.