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Find out more about your dogs
The feel of a puppy’s coat is as soft and delicate as a baby’s bottom – but for the puppy’s sake, hopefully a little furrier. To keep that angelic fleece healthy and beautiful – now and as they grow up – you need to know the right grooming techniques and tools to use on your pup’s coat.
Brushing is the easiest and most enjoyable grooming duty – for you and your puppy.
Get the right brush for your puppy:
Your veterinary clinic staff can advise you on the best brush for your puppy.
Start brushing your puppy as early as possible:
This will make cleaning and medicating all those important areas much easier in the future.
Dogs, especially those with long Fabio-like coats, need an occasional clip to help keep their coat unmatted, healthy and generally gorgeous to the eye. It’s not likely your puppy will need to be clipped before they’ve reached four to six months of age, but here are some tips for when the time arrives:
If you don’t have the time but do have the money, you can have your dog brushed and clipped through specialized dog grooming salons as well as some veterinary clinics and pet stores.
Canada’s Guide to Dogs