Spring has finally sprung, but the added dust, pollen and outdoor playtime can leave even the cleanest pup grimy and tangled!
Most important: Brush, brush, brush.
Brushing your dog’s coat up and down not only detangles matted hair, it helps spread the natural oils, increases circulation and reduces shedding.
Brushing also helps you detect underlying problems, such as painful hot spots – skin infections – and ticks and fleas.
Keep toenails trimmed. When you can hear them clicking, it’s time to clip. Overgrown toenails can cause back problems and infection.
Simply put, grooming helps keep your dog happy and healthy, gives you and your dog a time that is set aside just for the two of you, and helps you to save on veterinary bills. So don’t delay, start grooming your puppy early.