Brushing your dog regularly helps to remove dead hair and prevent mats. It also helps to distribute natural oils throughout the coat, which keeps it healthy and shiny.
Some dogs only need to be bathed once a month, while others may need to be bathed weekly.
Use a cotton ball or swab to gently clean the outer ear canal. Do not insert anything into the ear canal itself.
Long nails can be uncomfortable for your dog and can also damage furniture and flooring. Trim your dog's nails regularly with a pair of dog nail clippers.
Brushing your dog's teeth regularly helps to remove plaque and tartar, which can lead to gum disease.
Groomers can provide a variety of services, including bathing, brushing, nail trimming, and ear cleaning.
Grooming can be a stressful experience for some dogs. Be patient and gentle with your dog, and make sure to praise them for being good.