Published at Thursday, 23 May 2019. Dog Grooming. By Garlan Lecoq.
A part of being a responsible dog owner involves keeping your dog looking and feeling his or her best. This involves grooming your pet regularly. While some people chose to turn to professionals for at least some of their grooming needs, doing basic grooming tasks at home can be a good way to bond with your dog and to make your dog more comfortable with the grooming process. If you are going to groom your dog at home, however, you will need to ensure you have the right dog grooming products.
Before you just throw your dog in the bath and start lathering up you should be adequately prepared. Get your shampoo (made for your dog not human shampoo), some brushes or combs, a washcloth, some cottonballs, a towel or two, and any other equipment or products you might need. You might want to use a detachable spray hose for your bath and a rubber mat makes a good idea to prevent slipping and sliding. Large breed dogs will most likely have to use the bathtub with the rubber mat on the bottom, but smaller breeds can use a plastic basin or rubber storage bin.
The care provided to a dog through grooming provides the basic foundation training that your dog needs to become comfortable with being touched. If your pooch is uncomfortable having her paws or ears handled, a regular routine will teach her that she doesn't have to be afraid of dog grooming supplies. Long-haired breeds can quickly develop painful mats and tangles in their fur if it isn't brushed regularly, and this can lead to a dog that shies away from being touched because the dog has learned that petting can hurt.
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