THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND WHEN BUYING GROOMING PRODUCTS FOR YOUR DOG

THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND WHEN BUYING GROOMING PRODUCTS FOR YOUR DOG

      

Just like you cannot stay without combing your hair, your fur buddy too can’t. Obviously, they can’t do it on their own so, it’s a must you do it for them. Brushing and combing your dog’s fur is a necessary part of your dog’s grooming routine. There are also benefits of this like it helps in reducing their hair mats and also distribute natural body oil evenly leaving the coat shiny and healthy. For the perfect grooming, it is essential that you choose the right comb. For dogs with a thick coat, go for a rake brush that can detangle the knots in the fur and for dogs with thin, short coat use a bristle brush.

  • Pick the right shampoo

When it comes to your dog’s bath time, a little negligence in the shampoo you choose can even have damaging effects on his fur. If the wrong shampoo is used for your dog, there can be skin rashes and excessive hair loss. Therefore, you should be very alert when choosing a shampoo for your dog. Go for a shampoo which is sulphate free and is blended with essential oils and natural actives.

  • Ear Cleaning Supplies

The cutest part of a dog is their nose and ears. Ears give them excellent hearing ability but it is also important that they are cleaned in order to avoid the chances of ear infection. If you are new to all this, you can always as a vet for a recommendation. Try at least once in a week you clean your dog's ears.

  • Trimming Nails

You don’t’ realise your dog ’s nails are big until you spot a scratch on your hand. But trimming nails is very important as with long nails it is painful for your dog to walk or stand. Dogs might be scared of nail clipper so you can choose a scissor clipper which is easy to use and also less painful. At a pet store, you can find various types of clippers that easily help you in trimming nails of your dog.

Choosing the right grooming products for your furry buddy is not as easy as it sounds. A complete understanding of the dog’s fur type and skin is required with the correct choice of products.