The Truth About Doods and Grooming

CHARLOTTE, NC – You may be one of the many who have been thinking of getting a doodle dog because of their  low maintenance reputation regarding their coats. They appear to not shed and create the  mountains of dog hair that many pet parents must clean up on a regular basis. The reality is  that doodles do shed but not in the same way as other breeds. Predominantly among the varieties that have tightly curled coats, when they “shed” the hair does not spread around your  home but actually becomes trapped inside their coat. So, with this benefit of not shedding their  hair around your house, comes the added responsibility of helping them get rid of the trapped  hair. This requires an almost daily commitment from pet parents to brush and groom their doods. 

Want to learn more about doodles and their grooming needs? We will have several classes at  our upcoming Oodles of Doodles event on Saturday, May 7 at Ballantyne’s Backyard.  

Our class schedule in the Grooming Zone is as follows:  

12:30 pm – Class #1 Grooming Tools for Home (20 min) 

1:30 pm – Class #2 Puppy Grooming 101 (25 min) 

2:30 pm – Class #3 Fear Free Grooming Demo (20 min) 

3:30 pm – Class #4 Grooming Do’s and Don’t (20 min) 

For more information on Oodles of Doodles and to sign up for one of our FREE grooming  classes, please visit the event website and follow Passionate Paws Animal Hospital on social media: @passionatepawsah 

Passionate Paws Animal Hospital is a proud member of the Union County Chamber of Commerce and the Waxhaw Business Association.

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Dr. Susan Bonilla, MS, CVA, CCRP, CACP

Dr. Susan Bonilla is the owner of the award-winning, Fear Free Passionate Paws Animal Hospital in Waxhaw and Weddington/Matthews, offering traditional and complementary treatment options as well as full-service grooming (at Waxhaw). She is certified in acupuncture, chiropractic, and physical therapy. You can call Waxhaw at 704-256-7576 or e-mail at Hello@PassionatePaws.Vet or Weddington/Matthews at 980-316-4141 or email at Weddington@PassionatePaws.Vet.

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