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Petnailexpert for Your Pet’s Grooming Needs
Anywhere in the world, pets have invaded homes with their furry cuteness. More and more people
consider their pets as part of the family. These pets are no longer animals to their owners but loved
ones. They treat them as they would treat their friends and family.
Like people, pets also need love and care. They need to be able to play and socialize. They should not be
caged all of their lives because that is just giving them a life full of sadness. These animals are not devoid
of emotions. They feel pain, sadness, and love.
As an owner, you should give your pet access to clean food and water. They should be fed regularly.
Exercising them is also recommended. You can let them play in your lawn or walk them out in the park.
Playing catch or fetch is a good exercise for both the owner and the dog.
Grooming is also advised especially for dogs with long fur. Regular brushing and baths are a must to
keep ticks off and maintain their coat. For indoor dogs, nails should be cut regularly to avoid injury. If
your dog is housed indoors, they cannot file their nails naturally through hard surfaces or by digging.
Thus, it can have the tendency to curl inwards or grow too long. If left untrimmed, the nail might cause
injury to the dogs paws, can affect their posture, and hinder their mobility.
If you are too busy to cut your pet’s nails or claws, then you can just bring them to a grooming center.
They can take care of your dogs’ grooming needs. You can have them cut or trim the hair of your dog so
that they would look their best and also prevent the fur from matting. There are some reasons why you
should groom your dog regularly and here are some:
• Aesthetic reasons
• For competition purposes
• Hygienic reasons
• Health reason
If you want to groom your dogs yourself because your dog does not need a specific cut or trim, then you
can just learn how to. Basically, brushing is required every day or every other day. This is to reduce
shedding and redistribute the natural oils that their skin produces. Brushing can also minimize shedding
so you won’t have to sit in your sofa full of fur. As for bathing your dogs, twice a week is enough. More
than that would strip their natural oils and cause dryness. Irritation can also occur if you use shampoos
and soaps that have components that are not natural.
For the nails, you can cut them once a week or every two weeks. All you need is a nail clipper. However,
it can be very hard for dogs with dark-colored claws since you can’t see the veins. Accidentally cutting
the veins of your dog can cause bleeding and trauma to your dog. That is why some people just opt for
professional services. If you did cut your dog’s veins accidentally, the first thing you can do is to dip the
claw in a hemostatic powder. If you don’t have some in your home, talc can suffice.