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The most basic way to care for your dog's body hair is grooming. By combing the body hair every day, it can remove the dirt in the body hair, stimulate the skin, promote blood circulation, and make the body hair tidier.

For short-haired dogs or medium-haired dogs, first, comb against the direction of hair growth, and then comb in the direction of hair growth. This will remove the large dirt and dander and make the hair tidier.

After combing the hair, you must wipe the body hair again with a hot towel, so that the fine dust can also be removed. Make the fur look more beautiful.

 

Indoor dogs are mostly long-haired breeds. For long-haired breeds, you can first divide the body hair into upper and lower parts, starting from the bottom and combing part by part.

In actual operation, you should comb in the direction of the hair growth, first comb the tip of the hair, and then slowly comb to the root of the hair. If you encounter knots of hair, you can slowly break them open with your hands before combing them. The hairballs that have been formed into balls must be cut off with scissors before combing.


Dog breeds such as Maltese and Yorkshire terriers have thin, soft hairs, which are easy to break with metal wire brushes. They must be combed with a special animal hair comb or a round-toothed metal wire brush.

The last combing process for long-haired breeds is to use a dense comb to remove the dirt that can't be combed and straighten the hair.

If you can't comb it smoothly at one time, you can comb it again. Or comb a little less hair each time, and go step by step until the combing is complete. The hairballs that have been formed into balls must be cut off with scissors before combing.

 

Dog breeds such as Maltese and Yorkshire terriers have thin, soft hairs, which are easy to break with metal wire brushes. They must be combed with a special animal hair comb or a round-toothed metal wire brush.

The last combing process for long-haired breeds is to use a dense comb to remove the dirt that can't be combed and straighten the hair.

If you can't comb it smoothly at one time, you can comb it again. Or comb a little less hair each time, and go step by step until the combing is complete.

 

Grooming short-haired breeds of dogs

First comb the hair in the opposite direction of hair growth to loosen the dirt in it, then comb in the direction of the hair to remove the dirt. Then wipe off the dust with a hot towel and finally dry the hair.

 

Essential combs

There must be a set of tools for grooming dog hair

Animal hair comb: made of pig bristles, the body hair is very shiny after combing.

Round-toothed metal comb: A finishing brush with rounded metal tips. Brushes with different lengths of comb teeth should be selected according to the length of the hair.

Metal comb: a comb with steel wire as teeth, used for combing messy hair or removing hair.

 

Precautions when grooming long-haired breeds

The body hair of long-haired breeds is prone to dust, breakage, or formation of hair bulbs, especially the parts with more soft hairs, such as the underside of the ears, the lower jaw to around the neck, the inner side of the body, the lower side of the body, and the root of the tail. When combing, don't forget to twist and loosen before combing.

 


How to use various combs

Animal hair combs or round hair combs should be operated by holding the handle of the comb lightly and using wrist movements. The metal comb should be squeezed tightly with your thumb, index finger, and middle finger, and gently comb against the skin. Be careful not to use too much force to prevent the wire tip from scratching the dog's skin.

 

Grooming can remove lice and fleas

Combing dog hair can also remove parasites such as lice and fleas. Moreover, the skin can also be checked during the combing process. If the skin is elastic and pink, it is normal. If the skin is red or eczema, it may be suffering from skin disease or parasitic disease. Please go to the veterinarian as soon as possible. 


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