There are many different kinds of dog brushes, and it can be difficult to choose the right one for your pet. If your dog is a heavy shedder, the MIU Color deshedding tool for dogs may be a good choice.
All dogs shed, of course, but some shed much worse than others. Having a brush like the HappyDogz Magic Pro Deshedding Tool will help to reduce the shed hair around your home. Some deshedding tools are designed for specific dog sizes, coat types or coat lengths. While this is great for owners who only have one pet, it is a disadvantage if you have a multi-pet household.
There are many different types of dog grooming brushes. Slicker brushes, like the Hertzko Slicker Brush, can be used for de-matting and de-shedding most coat types. You can tell a slicker brush apart from the other types of dog brushes, because they have a very distinct look. They either have a flat or slightly curved head with rows of thin wire bristles. The bristles are usually curved at the end.
Are you scared to cut your dog's nails? At least a little bit nervous? Don't worry. You're not alone. In fact, most dog owners don't know how to trim your dog's nails without hurting the dog. If your dog has white nails, it's easy to use a light source to see through the nail to determine exactly where the quick is. If your dog has black or brown nails (like mine), it's impossible to tell exactly where the quick stops.
You might notice your dog's appreciation of grass when you walk outdoors.
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