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Brushing is not just about making your dog look good. Regular brushing helps to remove dead hair, maintains the health of the coat and skin, and helps to check the overall health of your dog. It is also a very important time spent together, helping to cement the relationship and build trust and understanding. There are seven scientific proofs that combing reduces stress and blood pressure for you and your dog!

Brushing your dog removes dead hair and stimulates blood circulation to the skin. Correct brushing can even improve muscle tone in the back and limbs.

Before brushing your dog, it is important to remember that every breed, every dog and every type of coat needs a specific set of combs and brushes. Ask your vet how to brush and groom your dog’s coat, as some areas of the body need special attention or a posture in which the dog needs to be brushed. Traditionally, there are three areas that need to be brushed and groomed: the body, the paws, the muzzlethe bull.

When to brush

Your dog’s coat needs care, whether it is short or long, curly or straight. Most vets recommend brushing daily to avoid tangles. This will also reduce the amount of matted hair in your home.

combing accessories

Double-sided bristle and wire brush. Metal-toothed brush for brushing tangled fur. Double-sided comb with different tooth spacing: thin side for long hair, thick side for short hair. Rubber gloves for removing dead hair. Cleansing powder for back coat hygiene. Fine comb for long and short hair. brush for dogs with short and smooth hair. scissors to cut long and uncombed hair.

How to comb

Body. Brush the body with a good quality brush with metal teeth that are neither too coarse nor too soft. Brush gently, taking care not to injure your pet’s skin. Sensitive areas of the body coat are the forelegs and underbelly. Don’t forgetThese areas are particularly vulnerable, so care should be taken to untangle small bumps. the combed body part can be dusted with a cleansing powder to prevent the extremely fine and delicate coat from immediately unravelling.


The paws need special care, especially if there are long hairs between the paws, or if grass or other dirt has become trapped between them. Carefully inspect the pads of the paws. They may be intact, dry, split or bruised. If the pads are dry and cracked, anoint them with vegetable oil. If they are trimmed, apply a thick layer of antiseptic ointment.

Snout. Finish cleaning your pet by flushing the eyes and nostrils. Clean each eye and nostril with a clean piece of cotton wool. Always clean the ears. Clean away sulphur and dust with a stick wrapped in dry cotton wool.

Coat clipping

Clipping can be very important when the felt cannot be removed by hand without causing discomfort to the dog. During the summer heat, the dog will be grateful. If you are not sure whether

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