How to train your dog to wax
Waxing classes have become popular in recent years, and the industry is booming.
But some vets are warning that it could be dangerous and unnecessary for your pet to have to undergo the intense process of waxing.
The training involves waxing your dog’s ears, chin and cheeks, and it can be very painful for your dog.
If you have a pet with a condition like Down syndrome, it may be easier to simply do a gentle wipe-down on your pet’s ears.
Waxing your pet is important, but you can also do a full waxing course, which takes a longer time and is more complicated.
There are also wax training courses available for your home or veterinary practice.
There’s no one-size-fits-all solution for waxing, so be sure to find one that’s right for your situation.
Learn more about waxing training here.