Longer days and warmer weather are almost upon us. Here are some grooming tips to help you get your furry friend ready to greet the spring season:
According to the American Kennel Club, baths should be regular. When bathing, use a mild shampoo formulated for dogs, lather, scrub and rinse your pet thoroughly with warm water.
Regular brushing will help remove loose hairs and flakes of dandruff, prevent tangles and mats, and distribute pets’ natural oils throughout their coats. The AKC recommends at least several brushing sessions a week to help pets neat and clean. And while brushing, the AKC said to check your pet’s skin carefully for cuts or scrapes, and burrs or other stubborn plant material which might have gotten entangled in the fur. It’s also important to use a brush that is intended for the coat of your dog breed.
Nails should be trimmed regularly, especially in the spring when pets are more likely to be outside running and playing. Not only can overgrown nails be uncomfortable, they can also snag and break off.
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