Most dog owners take the routine of grooming and grooming their dogs very lightly – so much so that they do not feel the need to consult with their vets about the correct time bath and grooming. In my experience, Indian dog owners tend to bathe their dogs too often, but groom them too little! In fact, these are among the most common reasons why dogs start to itch, which leads to a serious skin infection.
We can enjoy our daily bath, but dogs do not sweat everywhere. Thus, your dog's skin does not get dirty easily because it is protected by its cost. Any dirt is superficial and can be taken care of by regular grooming and, if necessary, by a sponge. The dog's skin is more delicate than ours, which is why nature has given our teeth a smooth, long, short, filiform, dense or silky coat. This coat protects our animals from the harmful effects of the environment such as sunlight and certain allergens. That's why it's not a good idea to cut or shave your dog's entire coat in any weather. If nature has given your dog a coat, then he must have a purpose.
Dogs, like us, secrete oil from their skin. This oil keeps the skin healthy and the coat shiny and shiny. Unlike us, however, this oil is not renewed every day. It takes a few days for the dog's skin to start secreting these oils after each bath. For this reason, it is best not to bathe your dog more often than once a month. Frequent baths are a major cause of dry and itchy skin in dogs in India. This can lead to an infection of the skin.
The next important aspect is the choice of shampoo. There is a vast selection of dog shampoos available in the Indian market today. So why do dog owners still insist on using human products on their dogs? The pH balance requirement of a dog shampoo is different than that of human shampoos because dog skin is more sensitive than human skin, so washing with a human shampoo is an absolute no-no! The wrong choice of shampoo can lead to an allergic skin reaction, intense itching and fluffy patches. Sometimes, these effects are observed a few days after bathing. On the wide variety of dog shampoos available, not all shampoos are good.
Unfortunately, some products sold as dog shampoos in India are not properly balanced. Generally, a branched shampoo marketed by a reputable company is a good bet. It is best to ask your veterinarian or an experienced dog owner about the best quality shampoos for your dog. A good quality dog shampoo is likely to be a bit pricey, but it is worth it since you only have to use it once a month and you do not run it. risk of causing a significant skin problem for your dog (which could cost you a lot more to treat!).
It is not recommended that puppies under four months be bathed. They can, however, he sponged and brushed with a soft puppy brush. If, for any reason, you think you really need to bathe your puppy, please be sure to dry it thoroughly with an absorbent towel. These young puppies always have their puppy soft, which retains water and does not dry easily.
Regardless of the length or length, silky, curly or filiform, thin or thick of your dog's coat, it will need to be groomed every day. I find it odd that many homeowners think that it's necessary to feed their dogs what they cat and bathe them everyday because we humans do it, but even if we brush our hair every days (often more than once a day), we do not consider it necessary to do the same for our dogs. Yes, the dietary and bathing needs of a dog are very different from ours, but when it comes to grooming, it is best to make it a daily habit right from the start.
Every day, our dogs lose a few strands of hair just like we do. These loose hairs stuck close to the skin will eventually cause itching resulting in redness and infection of the skin. Daily grooming not only eliminates dead hair, but also removes dead skin cells and stimulates blood circulation to the skin surface and hair roots, improving skin health and cost. If your dog emits a hint of odor, you can use a good dog grooming, every day or as needed, to keep your dog feeling good.
Grooming also includes regular nailing and ear cleaning, which can be done at your vet's home or clinic or at a grooming salon. Ear wax is a common cause of ear infections and otitis media.
As advice to puppy owners: Always handle your puppy's feet, ears, and tail several times a day from the time your puppy arrives at home. This will make it easier for you to handle it during bathing and grooming throughout one's life. The bath and grooming should be introduced to the puppy's routine as soon as possible and should be made pleasant. The more pleasant the experience is for your pet, the easier this routine will be for you.