How to Comb Your Dog’s Fur
Do you often find your dog’s hair is tangled or matted? In order to prevent your dog from having to go through pain each time you comb her hair, it is important to regularly groom her.
Dog hair is constantly in contact with dirt, debris and different weather conditions; therefore, it can become excessively dirty. Combing your dog’s hair is a crucial step to keeping her hair healthy and tangle-free.
How do you comb your pet?
It depends on the breed and size, but these basic tips will help guide you.
- For starters, you need a metal tooth comb to detangle the hair. If the hair is too tangled, you may need a comb.
- Start at the bottom and go up until you reach the head. Comb gently and with short strokes, always in the direction of hair. If you can do this every day to keep your dog’s hair tangle free and looking healthy, your dog will reap the benefits.
- When your dog is shedding, you will need to brush or comb her more frequently to allow the new hair to lay flat and nicely along her body.