Published at Thursday, 23 May 2019. Dog Grooming. By Floretta Frey.
One of the most important things you can do for your dog is maintain a consistent and proper dog grooming routine. In addition to keeping your dog clean and smelling good, for both you and your guest's sake, there are many health concerns that proper grooming address. Your dog's coat and skin are very important to your dog and oftentimes are an indicator of other health problems that may be lurking. Grooming your dog properly, following correct dog grooming instructions, helps to keep her healthy while also building an important bond between you and your pet.
Dog grooming clippers can be found at pet specialty stores and some general retailers. A dog who has thick, long, or curly hair will be more difficult to groom at home. With these dogs, expect your grooming to be more utilitarian than chic. But grooming your dog at home can benefit more than just your wallet. Some dogs are afraid of groomers and find the experience very stressful. Grooming these dogs at home should be easier on a high-strung dog or one who is easily intimidated.
The types of dog grooming products that you need are going to depend upon your dog. Every dog, whether he's a hunting dog who loves to roll in the dirt or a little princess laptop who simply takes a prance down the street, will need some basic grooming. This will include a periodic bath, as well as brushing, dental care and ear cleaning. Some dogs, however, need more grooming than others.
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