Grooming your dog without creating anxiety, harm, or a mess requires training. That involves starting young.
Long-haired dogs, which mat readily when wet, need this. Long hair tends to get tangled in water, making brushing uncomfortable.
Brushing before showering makes this easier and less painful, and it loosens more dead hair. Brushing before and after is important since these hairs might get caught in the coat.
Many dog owners worry that cutting their dogs' hair in winter will make them cold. They ignore other grooming duties and skip dog haircuts.
You shouldn't skip brushing just because it's not time for a bath, haircut, and full grooming.
The back of your dog is easy to brush. Unfortunately, many pet parents forget that the back hosts a dog body that needs grooming.
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