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Need a good dog groomer in Chilliwack? Then why not go with the one groomer that’s been named the most favorite dog groomer in all of Chilliwack for three years in a row. Her name is Courtney Penner and it’s a name you should remember for quality dog grooming. She’s the owner of Lil Snippers Pet Grooming in Vedder (604)846-3647. It’s a great place to take your dog when you want expert dog grooming at a reasonable price. Why choose anywhere else to bring your dog to get it’s best grooming done when Lil Snippers is right here in Chilliwack?In this video : which is part 2 of a series, she talks about things such as: -What steps are involved in an average grooming? -Does the size of the dog make a difference in the cost of the grooming? -What’s the differences between show grooming and regular grooming? -see part 1 of the series here: ’s business, Lil Snippers Pet Grooming, was started when she was just 19. She choose doing this because, as she says, she couldn’t see herself doing any “regular type of job”. You’ll find her grooming shop is tucked away in the back of her mother’s pet supply store at Raining Cats & Dogs Pet Supply in Vedder. The shop carries many good quality dog foods, treats and other supplies such as dog “Donut Beds” and dog-breed-specific giftware. You should check it out – (604) 846-3647Courtney is busy but still manages to get away to the dog shows almost every second weekend or so. It’s an offshoot of her talents as a dog handler. She’s often asked by other dog owners to show their dogs in the shows. She also shows her oun new German Shepherd puppy too. She’s handled giant schnauzers, Inuit dogs, Labradors, and many more during her career thus far. One of the most unusual things Courtney does is scaling and brushing a dog’s teeth. The dog lies down between her legs and she goes to work on their teeth without any anesthetics at all. It takes a special kind of talent for this to be done and Courtney seems to have it come naturally.So, if you want the best dog grooming for your pet call Courtney today at (604)846-3647 to book an appointment for your dog. And, by the way, on your way out after getting your dog’s coat groomed, don’t forget to stop sprrcd by the dog snack section of the store. After all, your dog deserves a little something after being so good with all the fussing around don’t you think? Good reasons to get your dog groomed regularly: -decreased chance of various health problems, such as thrush, scratches, and other skin problems -general cleanliness of the dog -monitoring of the dog’s health by checking for cuts, heat, swelling, lameness, or changes in temperament, all of which could be indicative of illness -reducing infestation load of external parasites on skin Dog Grooming Points To Ponder Dog grooming is one of your dog’s basic needs and an important part of dog ownership. In order to look and feel their best dogs need physical maintenance. Fortunately, dogs do not need to bathe as often as people, but you do need to learn how much grooming your dog actually needs and keep it on some sort of schedule.A big part of determining a dog’s grooming needs depend on the breed and hair type. If your dog has a skin, ear, or nail condition follow your veterinarian’s instructions regarding grooming your dog. Use the proper grooming tools such as can be found at pet supply stores like Raining Cats & Dogs. Here’s some dog grooming basics:Hair Brushing -Long-haired dogs usually require daily brushing to prevent matting and tangling of hair. -Medium-haired dogs may be prone to matting and tangles and should be brushed at least weekly. -Short-haired dogs can typically go up to a month in-between brushing. Regardless of hair type, you can brush your dog daily – especially if he or she enjoys it. More frequent brushing during shedding season can help prevent hair build-up and excess shedding. (Inside the Raining Cats And Dogs Pet Supply Store at 6640 Vedder Rd Chilliwack, BC V2R 4E1 Phone: (604) 846-3647Facebook: Videos:Video Campaign by StorefrontWeb. Get more customers by getting more attention on Google with videos like these. Phone David at (604) 378-9512 for more info.