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Just like any other pets, dogs too want a good and proper care from their owners. For taking care of your dog, you need to invest a great deal of time and money to ensure that your pet is having a great time enjoying the bliss. In this write-up, we’ll put a light on how to take care of your beloved dog easily. Following are few important points that you should keep in mind always:
1. Know your pets’ needs.
2. Is your pet potty trained? Have you given your pet the toilet training? It is quite frustrated to discover shits n urine all over your home hence, it is better to train your dog in the right manner.
3. Try to make your dog friendly with other dogs and surrounding. Monitor the reactions well and take actions accordingly.
4. Hygiene is important. Brush your dog properly especially if your dog has long hair.
5. Check the health of your dog periodically. Take care of his teeth and brush them well.
6. Clean air and regular walks are important. It is important for your dog to enjoy outside walks.
7. Always prefer good food for your dog. Do not choose anything inferior that may not fulfill your dog’s needs. Try to provide a balanced diet. You can check with your veterinarian for the best possible diet.
8. Give a lot of water to your dog so that he/she will never get any kind of problem.
9. Provide enough space for your dog to play and enjoy.
10. Keep the bed of your dog clean and warm.
Shedding is a natural process for dogs and is normally linked to the amount of sun the dog is exposed to during the day. Outside dogs shed their coats in the fall and then in the spring. Shepherds, Huskies and other long haired dogs can shed their undercoats all at once, commonly called “blowing their coats”. Inside only dogs will shed on a daily basis because the lights are on in the house from early in the morning till late at night and this has “tricked” the dog’s natural biology to think it is summer every day.
Excessive shedding can be caused by parasites, (fleas, mites, lice and ticks), poor nutrition, allergies, hormonal imbalances and some genetic conditions. If your dog is scratching incessantly, or if the skin is red, crusty or has sores on it, then the hair loss is more than just simple shedding and warrants a visit to your veterinarian.
As far as controlling the normal shedding on the dog, frequent brushing and combing is necessary. Brushing your dog on a daily basis will at least control where the hair lands and also allows you to check for matts, parasites,lumps and sores on your dog.
The furminator has also been a great tool to get the loose hair off the dog easier. The furminator uses a clipper blade that can cut the hair. You must go in the direction of hair growth and only stroke one area one or two times. Excessive use or going against the grain may leave your dog bald.
Regular grooming of your pet will reduce the shedding of hair throughout your house.
Springtime is the time for rain showers, fresh flowers and… shedding! While the showers and the flowers are nice, shedding is not. Deshedding tools to keep your dog’s hair coat healthy are easily available anywhere pet supplies are sold.
Dog or pet hair floating across your beautiful floors and settling on your clothes and furniture is easily preventable. There are many deshedding tools available for the at home groomer.
Dogs with long hair coats and dogs with short hair coats all need to be groomed to remove the loose hair and undercoat. A popular deshedding tool is the Furminator; this handy tool removes up to 90% of the undercoat leaving the top coat looking smooth, silky, and healthy.
You can also find dematting rakes and combs for the under coat of your dog. The dematting rakes are tools for removing hair that has become matted in your dog’s coat. A combination pin/bristle brush works well on my dogs. This brush has a regular brush on one side, and soft coated pins on the other side, and it is gentle on the dog’s skin.
Slicker brushes also work well as a deshedding tool, removing dead hair from underneath the coat. If you want a comb to remove loose hair from the top coat and the under coat, a bamboo dog deshedding comb does the job quickly and easily. Whatever deshedding tools you use, once you have taken care of the unwanted hair, both you and your dog can take time to smell the flowers.
All dogs require regular grooming to keep their coats healthy and their nails in trim. Exactly which technique to use for your Dachshund depends on which of the three main types you have.
A Smooth-Coat Dachshund is the classic, short-haired type you have seen in a hundred films and ads. Requiring little more than a regular bathing and brushing, their coats are easy to care for. “Regular” varies with the dog’s age and environment.
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Younger dogs might need baths as often as once per week, though once a month is fine when they stay out of dirt and bushes. If they live in rougher circumstances, be sure to keep their coats clean and brushed regurlarly. “Regularly” means a minimum of twice per week, and as necessary.Remove plant material as soon as they are done playing.
A wire slicker is okay for grooming, but exercise care. Even though all dogs are durable, it’s important not to scrape the skin. That leads to hot spots thtat the dog can make worse by licking and chewing. Since Dachshunds are an assertive, high-energy breed, extra caution is needed.
The wirey hair on the muzzle, chest and legs of this variety gives them the name. It can also give them a necessisty for extra grooming care. More frequent baths will be called for in their case, along with more regular brushing.Brushing will take longer, also.
The stiff coat is actually in two layers, like the terriers they resemble.Get the undercoat with a slicker and use a regular brush for the topcoat. Remember that they will shed more.That may call for a shampoo that helps control shedding. Be ready for seasonal changes as they naturally adjust to the change in weather by shedding more.
Cut any excess hair off the muzzle to avoid it dragging on the ground. A trim behind the rear legs will also be necessary once it reaches a length that leads to matting.Regular brushing up to twice a week is good enough.
As the name suggests, this type has long, wavy hair. Since Doxies are low to the ground, more regular trimming will be needed, along with more frequent bathing. Matting is especially common in this variety, but can be avoided with brushing every other day, especially behind the ears. When mats arise, trim them gradually with a blunt-nose pair of scissors until you have removed enough to work out the tangle with fingers and brush.
A shampoo that contains conditioner works well with these Dachshunds.Be sure not to over-bathe them, though, which can lead to dried, scaly skin. Regular brushing will help, since it smooths natural oils over the skin and under the coat.
All types need to have their nails trimmed often, usually weekly. The normal technique is fine. Obtain a good pair of nail trimmers and hold each foot firmly, looking for the quick. Cut away from the quick to avoid accidents, which are more likely in the Doxie’s case because of their feisty nature.
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