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January 26 2016

MasterDogGroomer182

Dog Grooming to Keep Your Closest friend Healthy

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Dog grooming is totally essential in maintaining your dog's health. Grooming includes regular brushing and combing to take out dead hair, skin and general debris, bathing and nail trimming as necessary, along with looking after your dog's ears, mouth and eyes.

Regular dog grooming can provide your dog with not just a shinier coat but additionally a healthier lifestyle, plus it provides you with the opportunity of spending some 'one on one' time together with your dog. It is essential that you train your dog by dog grooming him in the earlier years which has a gentle approach, since this way he will not worry once you continue to groom him because he gets older - he'll know what to expect. Often dogs look on the grooming routine as another way of you petting him. Combing and brushing will look after your dog's coat but it's equally important that you deal with his other body parts, like the ears, toes, eyes as well as the mouth.

Dog grooming must be applied in a different way, based on the breed of dog that you have, so you need to make sure that you research the right way for your dog. We've listed below the general dog grooming methods used, but you need to make sure if your dog has special grooming needs, then you definitely abide by them.

Bathing

Bathing is certainly a large part of grooming your dog. It is wise to bathe your furry friend once every two months or so, or as often as needed. Brush you pet's coat a long time before each bathe so you elimate dead skin, hair and knots from his coat.

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To bathe your dog:

· For secure footing, place a rubber mat or possibly a bath towel in your bath tub or sink. Remember to be careful not to let water to your dogs ears - it's rather a good idea to secure the dog's ears with cotton balls so that you make sure that you are preventing water from entering these openings.

· Use tepid to warm water to rinse your dog. If you have a spray hose available this can be best to use, but do make sure that the nozzle of the hose is kept all-around your pet's body. Never ever spray the animal entirely on his face, as this is likely to scare or irritate him, and that he will not want you to bathe him again.

· Just use specially formulated shampoos which are only made for dogs. Using small amounts, start from head to tail but avoid getting the shampoo on your dog's eyes. Be sure you clear from dirt the dog's rectum, as well as other body parts like those underneath the chin, behind ear and between the dog's toes.

· Then rinse your pet with warm water, be sure that no shampoo stays on his coat.

. Remember a dog's instinct is usually to shake when they are wet, so stand clear!

· Lastly, pat your animal dry using a bath towel or a hair dryer.

Coat

It's also a very necessary section of dog grooming to ensure that your dog's coat is kept clean. Make this part of your canine's daily dog grooming routine, in order that his coat is thoroughly brushed daily. This assures that his coat is kept from dirt, also to get rid of dead skin, old hair and also other debris that finds its way onto a dog's coat. A dog grooming procedure like brushing may spread the dog's natural skin oils all through the coat, that can assist to keep the dog's skin form irritation and may further prevent his coat from tangling. This won't only apply to dogs having long coats but in addition short-haired dogs benefit from regular brushing.

Nail trimming

According to your own dog, but generally around once per month, your dog's nails needs to be trimmed. Use a engineered nail trimmer or clipper that has been designed for your dog breed, provide a blood-clotting powder in the event that his skin tissue is cut. You can even use scissors just for this form of dog grooming. Should you not feel confident with this process then leave it to your vet to do when necessary.

Ear care

Can be an important part of dog grooming. Or even properly addressed, your pet could well develop an ear infection, which often may lead to permanent hearing problems. The symptoms for an ear infection are constant scratching, ear redness and head shaking. Your puppy grooming specialist or vet must cope with severe cases of ear infections within your dog.

Teeth care

Provide your dog the uniquely formulated bones that are designed to help combat foul breath. Also try and get him in the habit of letting you clean his teeth for him. You should buy beef flavored toothpaste as well as a doggie size toothbrush just for him.

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