Each dog has special requirements when it comes to grooming. Most dogs will need to have their nails trimmed, and others will also require regular haircuts as well as brushing.
Each breed has its specific shedding traits that affect the frequency of grooming needed for it. With certain breeds that don’t shed, you might not have to worry about hairs in your apartment, but you’ll have to take care of washing them regularly so your pup doesn’t smell bad. Some hairless breeds will certainly leave no traces on your home furniture, but they will still need regular skin cleaning in order to avoid potential skin problems.
But, how to do it properly? Is a baby shampoo safe for dogs or should you use the dog shampoo exclusively? We answer all the questions that each first-time owners start thinking about after getting their new puppy.
But, the truth is that brushing coat and providing occasional cuts is not everything you need to do in order to have a well-groomed dog.
Trimming your dog’s nails, cleaning his ears and even brushing his teeth is also quite important. The latter is especially true in cases of large sized dogs. Taking proper care of your dog’s skin, teeth and fur is a must if you want to have a clean, nice smelling dog that will also be healthy.