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Five tips to care for your dog's coat



Regular brushing, the use of an appropriate shampoo, a balanced diet... There are many factors to take into account when caring for your dog's coat. Healthy hair is a reflection, in many cases, of your pet's good health coveted family companions. We give you some tips!



The condition of your dog's coat reflects not only its care, but also its general level of health. Below we review five essential tips to care for your dog's coat.



1. Monthly bath

In most cases, bathing your dog once a month will be enough. And remember that you should never do it before he is three months old.



Try to have everything you will need in the bathroom on hand and use warm water and start with the legs and work your way up to the head.



2. Choose the right dog shampoo

Never use family shampoo to wash your dog's coat. Dogs have a higher pH than humans and that is why you should use a specific product.



Choose a shampoo suitable for your dog's coat. You have to take into account its length (whether it has short hair or long hair ) and type of hair (for example, shampoo for curly-haired dogs ). Another aspect to take into account is if your pet has sensitive skin, in which case it is advisable that you use an option such as Disane's sensitive skin shampoo .



3. Regular brushing

Brush your pet regularly with a dog-specific brush . It will help you prevent tangles.



The frequency of brushing will depend on the breed of your dog and the characteristics of its coat and habits. If you have a long-haired dog and live in the country, brushing will have to be daily, while if you have a short-haired dog and live in the city you can do it every two to three days. Of course, keep in mind that brushing allows you to remove dead hair, so it is necessary in all cases.



4. Take care of your diet

Your dog's nutritional status is reflected in both his skin and his coat. Make sure your pet follows a balanced diet without variations and is adequately hydrated.



During the shedding season, it is advisable to give your pet a vitamin complex. Cod oil is a good alternative, since it is rich in Omega 3, Omega 6 and 9 fatty acids, and contains vitamins A, D and E. You have more information at this link .



Regular physical exercise is also another positive factor when it comes to taking care of your dog's health, both internally and externally.



5. Antiparasitics

To finish caring for your dog's coat, use appropriate antiparasitic solutions. They will help you keep fleas, ticks and other parasites away.

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