Published at Wednesday, 15 May 2019. Dog Grooming. By Charlotte Legay.
How Will Your Dog Dry Off After Grooming? A dog's natural instinct is to shake the water from its coat. Do not wear clothes you are unwilling to get wet, also, do not groom in an area which you would not want wet. With that in mind, be sure to have a blow dryer or towel on the ready once you complete your dog's grooming. Soaking up the majority of the moisture before letting your dog loose will prevent your dog running around the hose spraying water everywhere.
Even if you've never used dog grooming clippers, you can learn to use them and save a lot of money over taking your dog to the groomer every few weeks. Dogs with short or thin fur are easiest to groom at home. To get started you'll need dog grooming clippers, scissors, a dog brush, and a leash. Ideally, the scissors should be reserved just for dog grooming. The dog hair clippers should be those made for animals only because the clippers used on people aren't sturdy enough to stand up to dog hair, which is coarser, and which there's more of.
In addition to regular brushing, you should also make sure you keep your dog's nails trimmed–an often overlooked aspect of dog grooming. You will probably want to do this monthly although it will depend on your dog's habits and activities. Make sure you have proper trimmers made for dogs and do not cut them too short. You'll want to stop trimming just before you reach the quick and don't forget to get your dog's dewclaw. Following these routine dog grooming instructions will help maintain your dogs coat and nails but should also be supplemented with a bath.
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