Make sure you have the right tools and use the right brush for your breed’s coat. Brush your pet (even short-haired breeds) every other day with a brush suited to your dog’s coat to remove dirt and particles, prevent undercoat build-up, control shedding and achieve a shiny coat with peluquería para perros a domicilio.
If necessary, wipe your dog’s coat with a damp towel to remove outside particles such as dirt, grime, sand and pine needles. Check your dog for ticks daily while grooming and at least once a day during tick season.
Check your dog’s paw pads regularly. Make sure they are not only clean, but also dry and free of cracks and damage. Your dog may have a lot of hair between the toes. This can lead to matting and other problems. It should be trimmed to be flush with the pads of the feet or slightly shorter.
Keep your dog’s nails trimmed at all times. Your veterinarian or groomer can show you how to safely trim your dog’s nails. If you are not comfortable doing peluquería para perros a domicilio, it can usually be done quickly and inexpensively at a groomer or veterinary clinic.
Before you start cutting the nail, make sure you have a way to bleed if you cut the nail too short, such as a styptic pen or a cauterizing powder like Kwik Cease. Nails should be cut short (to ensure blood flow to the nail) and often so they don’t get too long.
Is your dog of a breed that has hair above the eyes? If so, clean him with a damp cloth and make sure the hair is trimmed. Make sure that the removed hair does not come into contact with your dog’s eyes and cause irritation. Always use veterinarian approved hygiene products for your dog.