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How to Groom a Poodle?

Whether you’re trying to save money or staying in due to COVID-19, it’s possible to groom your own Poodle. You just need the right training and tools. Keep on reading to know how to groom your Poodle at home.

The Basics: Understanding Poodle Fur

Grooming a Poodle

While other dogs have two layers of fur that grow to a particular length, then shed, Poodles hair can get tangled and form mats easily. That’s why it’s so important to bathe, groom, and brush your pup regularly.

Follow this step-by-step guide for how to groom a Standard Poodle: 

Step 1: Brush your dog’s coat. Use a Andis slicker brush to remove all knots and tangles. This makes sure that you completely clear your dog’s coat from dirt or residue during the bathing process.  

Step 2: Bathe your dog with shampoo. Tropiclean Oatmeal & Tea Tree Pet Shampoo soothes dry, itchy skin so your pet feels and smells oh-so-nice.  Contains natural Salicylic and tea trees to eliminate flaking, dandruff, and scales. Made with Vitamin E, Oatmeal & Tea Tree Shampoo keeps skin and coat healthy and snuggle ready. 

Bathing a Poodle

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Step 3: Gently brush your dog’s teeth. Tropiclean Fresh Breath Oral Care Traditional Kit is made especially for your fur baby’s teeth. Kit includes: 1 59ml Brushing Gel Bottle, 1 Triple Flex Toothbrush, 1 Finger Brush. Brush teeth once daily depending on your dog's preference. Use the Triple Flex Brush or the Fingertip Brush. For maximum effect, withhold food and water for 30 minutes before and after treatment.

Step 4: Dry your dog’s coat. Remove your dog from the bath and blow dry her hair with Aeolian Blaster Single Motor Dryer, it’s a single motor dryer, which can outperform most dual-motor dryers in an extremely lightweight and compact design and it’s the most powerful single motor dryer in India and the best air dryer for pets on a budget. A dedicated heating element heats up to a crisp 52° C ideal in cold weather climates until it’s completely dry. 

Step 5: Comb and brush your dog’s hair again. Comb your dog’s hair again with Andis Pin Brush, it has a unique pin pad that prevents teeth from falling out. This will remove any knots created during the washing and drying process. 

Step 6: Clip your dog’s nails. Keep your pet well-groom with these heavy-duty nail clippers, which are essential for pets of all sizes. Its customization soft grip provides control, while its spring-loaded function decreases hand fatigue and gives you an easy-to-use grooming session. Andis Nail Clipper is sharpened well. It is treated with heat and made up of stainless steel. It also comes with a safety top that stops you from over cutting or damaging your pets' nails. It also consists of a safety lock and safe storage material when not in use. Be careful to avoid the quick or soft tissue inside the nail. 

When to Take Your Poodle to a Professional Groomer

If your dog is anxious with the at-home grooming process, visit a professional groomer to figure out the best care for your pup and how to ease her into the experience. You should also ask for help from a professional if your dog has skin issues or excessive matting, both of which require special care. 

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