Basic Grooming Tips For Dog
Dog grooming refers to both the hygienic care and cleaning of a dog, as well as a process by which a dog's physical appearance is enhanced. During these times when you can’t get to a groomer, you’ll need to brush curly coated dogs more to avoid mats forming , this is specially for large dogs like golden retriever ,husky , boxer ,so for them you should use slick metal pin brush that will put out dirt . and for short dogs you can use brush .Then finish off your grooming session with a comb then if you don't want tangles bath the dog .
Do you have a new puppy or rescue dog and want to learn some basic grooming? Maybe you’re tired of paying groomers and want to try grooming your dog at home. The most important thing to remember is that you want your dog to enjoy grooming process.
When to Schedule Grooming Session
Many puppy owners make the mistake of waiting until their pups are six months of age or older before taking them for grooming. The initial grooming sessions should be kept short and sweet. Starting slowly will enable a groomer to build up to a full cut and other more elaborate services. Many groomers recommend sticking with the following services the first few times that they groom pups:
- Light brush out
- Nail trim
- Ear cleaning
- Light trim where especially needed, such as around the face
- Groom regularly
- Be patient.
- Choose a safe, well-lit place for grooming
- Use appropriate dog-grooming equipment
- Don’t rush. ❌
- Don’t restrain Fido by gripping his fur ❌
- Don’t use scented shampoo ❌
- Don’t bathe your dog too often ❌