Published at Thursday, 23 May 2019. Dog Grooming. By Yolanda Perron.
Dog Grooming – The Bath. An important part of dog grooming is the bath. Although it is okay to brush your dog daily, you should not bath your dog too often. Overbathing will reduce the vital oils that help keep your dog's coat healthy and lead to irritation and itching of the skin. Four times a year is a good rule of thumb, but this will vary depending on the breed of your dog and the types of activities you and your pet regularly do. You should consult your vet or a professional groomer if you are unclear of the proper frequency for your dog.
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.
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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