Grooming your long coat dog is different from grooming a short or medium coat dog. It is important that you know how to properly groom your dog so that you enhance his natural look. There are a few things you need to keep in mind while grooming your dog.
If you have a longhaired breed of dog you know the troubles that mats and tangles can cause. These balls of hair, if left knotted, can lead to ulcers on the skin, serious skin problems, as well as require a complete sheering of the coat to correct the problem. With a good grooming routine most mats and tangles will be stopped before they get problematic, but any dog can get matted or tangled hair after a day out in the woods or a swim in the lake.
There are a few tricks of the trade that all professional groomers use to give your dog that great look when they leave the shop. These simple little steps help your dog feel more comfortable and look better until the next trip to the groomer. If you are not squeamish it is possible to complete these grooming extras at home so that you can give your pooch that just from the groomers polished look.
Did anyone ever tell you how to choose a good shampoo and conditioner that’s right for your dog? For a start, never try to use human shampoo and conditioner on your dog as it can irritate your dog’s skin and possibly cause an allergic reaction. You must buy shampoo and conditioner that is specially formulated for dogs.