Groomer Joanne shares her advice for brushing your dog at home. This guide focuses on breeds with wool & silky coats, which includes:
You should brush your dog daily, and the best brush to use is a SLICKER BRUSH (which can be purchased online).
Make sure you separate the coat as you are brushing, as this will then get to the root of hair.
After brushing, you can then use a METAL COMB to remove any dead hair.
You should bath your dog when needed, after walks or when the coat is dirty.
After bathing pat them down with a towel - do not rub as this will matt the coat. If your dog will allow it, blow dry him or her on a low heat, and brush as you go.
Leaving your dog wet for longer periods without drying properly will incur in matting and be very uncomfortable for your dog. Getting them as dry as you can is essential.
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