Learn more about dog grooming with Cambeas Bichon Frise Puppies.

Grooming A Bichon Frise

How To Groom A Bichon Frise

April 30th, 2016|Grooming|0 Comments

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Hotspots

Hot spots are also known as pyotraumatic dermatitis or superficial pyoderma. Those tongue-twisters are just scientific labels for inflamed, infected skin.

How Hot Spots Develop

Hot spots are created when your dog’s natural bacteria overpopulates parts of his skin. When an infection arises from a dog’s own bacteria, there is almost always a root cause. Hot spots often occur in dogs with underperforming immune systems.

Hot spots can come on very quickly. You might leave your perfectly

September 27th, 2013|Grooming|0 Comments

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Removing Red Eye and Mouth Stains on Bichons

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Why Do Pets Develop Tear Stains And What Can Be Done?

Have you ever noticed how the fur beneath the eyes of your cat or dog can turn darker over time, perhaps becoming laced with streaks of red or brown? Eye discharge, more commonly referred to as tear staining occurs when your pet’s tears oxidize upon contact with air and are absorbed into

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Grooming Your Bichon Frise

The trademark of the Bichon Frise breed is their beautiful white “puffy” coat. Although the coat requires maintenance, grooming can be a special time of bonding between a pet and its owner. This has always been a very relaxing time for me and my Bichon. Some areas of grooming include bathing, brushing/combing, eye/ear care, and nail/teeth care.

Groom your puppy daily starting from the day that you bring puppy home. Bath as frequently as required

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