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How often should I take my dog to the groomer?

How often should I take my dog to the groomer?

The conservative advice we often hear from pet experts is to take your dog to be groomed every six weeks, this passé routine does not work for everyone. In order to maintain a healthy home and family environment we are spreading the message of pure love and harmony. The more frequent the visits to the groomers the faster the treatments are.

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The Sasha Riess Difference

The Sasha Riess Difference

The skin is your dog’s biggest organ. Everything we put on our dogs skin will get absorbed into the blood stream and will attempt to be metabolized by the body. Due to the synthetic fragrances used in most other products, allergens and skin irritations can occur. Many products, if not most, contain synthetic dyes, perfumes, parabens, and detergents. Not only are these chemicals highly irritating to the dog’s skin and eyes, but also to the skin of the pet owner. Allergies to these fragrances are most often expressed internally on the liver and other organs as well, causing permanent damage...

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Make a Difference Become a Pet Care Consultant

Make a Difference Become a Pet Care Consultant

The joy that comes from helping others is truly one of the most rewarding feelings one can experience. By helping other we are not only growing as individuals but we are helping to promote the well-being of companion dogs and the people who care for them. We at Sasha Riess have developed our Pet Care Consultant program with dog owners in mind. Our approach is simple and straight forward. There are no commitments or costs to you. Simply follow our easy sign up process and start earning today for your content and commitment to animal welfare.  The program works by...

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Is Show Grooming Taking Away the Real Beauty of the Dog?

Is Show Grooming Taking Away the Real Beauty of the Dog?

Is Show Grooming Taking Away the Real Beauty of the Dog? This is the question I keep asking myself, ever since I retired as a show dog handler, and examine my carrier form a different perspective. My job was to hide the imperfections of the dogs and to make their positive characteristics more appealing to the judges and the audience. I knew that all of them were going after “The One”, and the one needed to have the WOW factor. I knew how to get the best out of the dogs to make them appear as The One. Dogs love...

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Groom Your Dog to Fit in Your Bed

Groom Your Dog to Fit in Your Bed

Groom Your Dog to Fit in Your Bed When talking to the average vet and inquiring for advise as to how often we should bathe our dog the answers we get are quite surprising and often times stunning. Please don’t take this as a knock on vets or their profession; they are notable people who hold very noble and serious positions. They deal with serious medical conditions and aliments. We cannot blame them that bath routines are way down below on the list of concerning items they deal with. The reality is that the text books they read and studied...

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