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Comb-out up on dog grooming - pets

 

Is your dog due for a makeover? Has she been enjoying the great outdoors a a small amount too much? Here are some down-to-earth tips for ration your dog put her best paw forward.

It all begins with the brushing:

- Brush your dog regularly. Daily is best. Be sure to also

brush adjacent to hair development administration to check for fleas and

ticks.

- The right tools. For short-haired dogs, most groomers

recommend stainless-steel combs since they slide through

coats very easily.

For avenue to long haired dogs start with a oilskin brush and

then abide by with a stainless steel comb.

In hot months be concerned about investing in a flea comb to make sure

your dog has not be converted into a flea hotel.

To make your dog's coat especially shine, be over with a soft

bristle brush.

- If your dog hates being brushed it from time to time helps to brush

after play time. Start by coiffure in the hair growth

direction. When you are finished, reward your dog with a

treat. Each day brush your dog a barely longer. And if you

are lucky, your dog may even begin to like being brushed.

Now for the bath:

- Brush your dog from head to toe construction sure all mats are gone.

For small dogs a sink works great. For avenue to large dogs,

a tub or shower works best. Use only warm water and a good

shampoo made for dogs. Ancestors launder is too harsh and can

irritate your dog's skin. Most groomers advise working

from the back end forward, lathering the head last.

- Rinse, rinse, and rinse again to make sure you have removed

all shampoo.

- Short-haired dogs dry at once and only need to be dried off

with a towel. If your dog has long hair, you may need to

brush him while he's drying to avoid tangles.

The Grand Finale:

- Bring to an end by charitable your dog a treat.

- Then celebrate! You and your dog survived the bath, and you

have a clean dog.

Margaret Svete, best-selling author, tube and radio personality, and dog salvation helps dog owners detect easy dog care tips. Subscribe to the first performance dog care ezine, The Dog Enquirer, at http://www. allaboutdogcare. com


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