Dog Brush & Dematting Tools
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There are a number of different brushes specifically designed for different coat types, this includes:
- Bristle brushes
- Deshedding tools
Medium / Long Coats
- Slicker Brush
- Pin brushes
- Deshedding tools
- Undercoat rake
If your dog doesn’t like being brushed, there are several things you can try to make the experience more positive. First, start slowly and only brush a small area at a time, gradually increasing the amount of time you spend brushing and the area you cover. Second, reward your dog with small treats for staying calm and cooperative while being brushed. This can help create a positive association with the grooming process.
You could also try and distract your dog with their favourite toys and groom them once they are relaxed and calm such as right after a walk.
If your dog is still resistant to brushing, consider consulting a professional groomer or dog trainer for advice and assistance. With time and patience, most dogs can learn to tolerate and even enjoy the grooming process.
Regular bathing – Washing your dog with a high quality dog shampoo and conditioner will help keep your dog’s coat clean and well maintained.
Trimming – If your dog has long hair, regular trimming can help prevent matting and tangling. This is particularly important across dog breeds with hair that grows continuously such as poodles.
Nutrition – feeding your dog good quality dog food that includes essentially fatty acids will help promote healthy skin and coat.
Supplements – if you can’t give your dog all their nutrients from their food, supplementing essentially fatty acids is recommended.
Regular dog grooming – having checkups and regular grooming will help maintain its coat and detect any potential skin conditions before they become serious.
Wearing a dog coat can help prevent a build up of dirt on your dog’s fur.