Dogs are a big commitment and one of the most rewarding experiences you'll have. They become our family members and we will do anything for their well-being. A well-groomed dog feels healthy. Every dog needs grooming, whether it's a long coated dog or a short coated dog. Grooming ensures that your dog's skin can breathe and keeps the grease level down in their coat. Too much grease can block pores and cause infections.
Dog Breeds That Need Grooming The Most -
The Afghan Hound's coat is smooth and silky. It can become matted easily. Mats can cause irritation and infection, and can be avoided if brushed regularly. Afghan Hound owners should never brush dry or dirty coats. They should be washed first with Forbis Long Coat Aloe Shampoo, then brushed gently while the coat is wet.
Shih Tzu needs regular grooming due to their coat. They have long coat and needs AGC Super 2 Speed Brush-less Clipper, it is equipped with a brush-less motor for maximum power. It has constant speed technology which means it won't slow down through thick or matted areas.
Pomeranian are skittish about having their nail trimmed, but unless trimmed every two or three months, nails can become ingrown. Andis nail clipper can be used to cut your dog's nail. However, be careful so you don't cut kwik. It can be excruciating for your dog.
The Siberian Husky has a double coat, with a thick undercoat that can be removed with Andis Dematting Rake, when the coat is dry. Removes dead hair & eliminates tangles. Heavy-duty stainless steel blades. Blades are sharpened for optimum cutting effect. It has an easy-grip handle for comfortable grooming.
Golden Retrievers need more baths and grooming sessions than breeds with short hair. Take a few minutes to take a Cyclone Single Motor Dryer over the coat to loosen the dirt and to blow out any loose hair. Dirt on a dog's coat can cause irritation and infection. It is important to dry them properly to bring the coat back to a neutral state.