5 Simple Dog Grooming Tips

5 Simple Dog Grooming  Tips

The key to having a healthy relationship with your dog is to treat them well. One of the aspects of their wellbeing is grooming. Dog grooming entails with it several benefits from getting them in good mood to various health benefits. For veteran dog parents, all the tips mentioned below are things that they have become accustomed to over the years. For beginner dog parents, these tips can go a long way in ensuring the physical and mental health of their dogs.

 

Clipping Nails

Your dog’s nails must be kept short and clean by trimming them on a regular basis. You must follow a regular schedule to perform this task. Make it a point to get the right size clipper for your dog’s nails. With the various sizes of dogs available finding the right pair of clippers can get tricky so do adequate research beforehand.

Comfortable Bathing

It is no secret that dogs loathe bath time. This is something that must be addressed during their puppyhood to have any chance of success. You must create a positive association with bath time by providing them with treats for good behavior during their bath. If not done early then they will loathe every bath you give them so you will need to force it upon them which may affect the bond you have created with them. So get them used to it early.

 

Brushing

Brushing your dogs before you wash them is a good habit to keep their fur coats and skin in top condition. Use the right kind of brush to avoid any unnecessary complications. The correct way of brushing a dog is to start form their head and gently move towards their tail. Brush your dog before you bathe them to get rid of any loose hair that may make a mess in your tub. Brushing keeps your dogs happy and in high spirits.

Wet Your Dogs Thoroughly During Bath

Before bathing your dog, you must make sure that their body is completely wet to the skin. Apply as much water as required to ensure this. Failing to do so may cause irritation on the king and be detrimental to the health of their fur coat.