Your dog's coat may be beautiful, but not when it's sticking to your clothes and furniture. While shedding is often unavoidable, there are things that pet owners can do to reduce the amount of hair being left behind.
Grooming Your Dog
Shedding is an aspect of dog ownership that few enjoy. In fact, it probably discourages many people from getting a dog in the first place. This is a pity because, while some shedding is inevitable, a couple of simple measures is all it takes to reduce shedding significantly.
It is not uncommon for dog owners to try pet grooming at home. While they do this, there are a lot of mistakes that they make. What is the required is the right equipment and a lot of patience and with these two thing, pet grooming can be a very simple thing to do and it will save you a lot of time and money.
So you have a new puppy. Now is the time to introduce your puppy to grooming. If you have a small table, get a piece of carpet remnant that you can place on top. This will save your back, keep your puppy from slipping, and will make grooming an easier task. Have your puppies favorite treats in your pocket. The first time, just place your puppy on the table, run your hands over his head and down his back. Now tell him what a good boy he is and give him a couple of treats. That is enough for the first time.