Let’s Talk Swirl Butts
Dogs have been loyal companions to humans for thousands of years. They come in different breeds, sizes, and colors, but one common feature that many dogs share is the swirls on their butts. These swirls, also known as whorls, are
One, two strikes you’re out
In this blog post, we will discuss Wagabonz's two-strike policy for grooming appointments. This policy is designed to protect against no-shows and last-minute cancellations, which can be frustrating for both the groomers and other clients who could have taken that
Pet friendly things to do in Galveston
Galveston is a great place for pet parents to explore with their furry family members! From the sandy beaches to the delicious seafood restaurants, there is something for everyone. One must-do for every pet parent is a visit to Wagabonz Pet
5 tips for naming your new puppy
Choose a name that is easy to pronounce and spell. This will make it easier for your puppy to learn and respond to his or her name. Choose a name that is short and sweet. A longer name with
Photos with Santa: are they right for your dog?
Many people love the idea of getting dog photos with Santa. Our dogs are like our children, so why not? The truth is, photos with Santa are not for every dog. They can actually cause a lot of stress for them, so
Humanity Over Vanity
The holidays are coming! So are the visits from family and the photos. Our whole staff knows the importance of making sure your pup looks adorable for the festivities – and wanting them fluffy for the colder winter (or chillier here
What the Pluck?!?
Ear plucking has always been a controversial subject in the grooming world. Some breeds, such as Poodles (including Doodles), Shitzus and Schnauzers, grow hair in their ear canal. For many years it was normal for groomers or veterinarians to pluck
How to keep your pooch clean in between dog grooming appointments
Winter is here! We’ve made it through the sweltering heat, hurricanes, and did we mention the heat? Our poor dogs are now trying to grow their winter coats to keep them from catching a chill through the winter vortex (remember