Tips to maintain your dog’s appearance
Most dogs are active animals. They are always running, jumping, sniffing, digging, rolling, scuffling or just doing what most dogs always do… being up to no good. When they are caught up doing all this, they tend to come back indoors in a fine mess, especially if you have a backyard or a garden. Dogs won’t mind covering themselves in mud or dirt. They shake themselves a couple of times and they delude themselves thinking that all the dirt has fallen off. Both big and small dogs will get dirty if they venture outdoors. Always make sure they clean up before they get into the house or else your furniture and your kitchen will pretty soon be covered in the same mess he is covered with.
Another major problem with pet dogs occurs during their shedding season. Dogs shed regularly and boy oh boy… Do they shed or what? I have a Labrador at home and he sheds twice a year. Twice in a year, the inside of my house is covered with short fine white hair. It somehow manages to get into everything. I once even found dog hair in my refrigerator! My point is, every dog will shed and their coat will become a mess. Always remember to brush his or her coat regularly. It will reduce the amount of free floating dog hair in your house. Get yourself a pet grooming kit. It will have everything you need like a dog hair brush or pet clippers. You can use them to make sure your dog’s hair doesn’t somehow sneak into your sandwich. Spend some time with your canine companion and groom him or her. You never know… With the dashing good looks and a well groomed shiny coat, the other dogs might take him or her up to be a style icon in the neighborhood!