Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Your own bangs might be out of control, but that doesn’t mean your dog’s furry coat needs to suffer, too.Stay-at-home orders across the country, coupled with the closure of most non-essential businesses, have made it harder for pet owners to get Fido to the groomer. In response, some of those owners have taken it upon themselves to shave down their dogs and cats themselves, but without the proper training, this can lead to disastrous (and sometimes hilarious) results.DOGS MAY SUFFER FROM EXTREME SEPARATION ANXIETY AFTER PANDEMIC IS OVER, EXPERTS SAYIn the interest of avoiding such pitfalls, Fox News reached out to an expert at North Shore Animal League America, the world’s largest no-kill rescue and shelter organization, for tips on safely grooming your furry friends at home.Should you groom your pet at home?“It is important to keep up with your pets grooming so that it doesn’t cause any medical problems,” said Rachael Rudman, the kennel manager at North Shore Animal League America, explaining that excessive fur can get matted and lead to skin conditions, or even obstruct your pet’s vision. “I would say as long as you are being


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