6 DOG GROOMING TIPS FOR THE WINTERS

It is a common misconception that dogs don’t need grooming during winters as they are mostly indoors and rarely get wet or muddy. In fact, grooming during the winter months is even more important as long, wet, matted fur makes your dog cold and more susceptible to infection.

Your dog’s fur density increases during winters. Many of us believe that it is best to let the winter coat grow, as it will insulate their body. But the thinker coat of the winter months also increases the probability of trapping more dust and germs.

Fur that is matted and dirty does not provide any warmth to the body and instead adds to the discomfort of your dog. Breeds with long hair need grooming more frequently and with the right tools, to make sure that the skin under the long fur is healthy and infection-free.

Here are the top grooming tips for dogs in winters:

WINTER DOG GROOMING TIP No.1- REGULAR BATH IS IMPORTANT

Even when the temperate drops outside, your dog needs regular short baths. Give your small dogs a quick bath in the sink, but larger dogs need the hose or a tub. Use shampoos specially designed for your dog’s breed, age, and clinical condition. Avoid human shampoos as it can cause allergies and dry, flaky skin.
After you have shampooed and rinsed your dog thoroughly, make sure to use a moisturizing shampoo or a conditioner during winters as the skin tends to get drier.

WINTER DOG GROOMING TIP No.2- KEEP THE FUR WELL TRIMMED

You may feel that cold winter months are the time when you can relax the trimming schedule for your dog as the coat will help to insulate. While this may be true for dogs who live in the wild or are more exposed to the outside weather, but most household dogs usually snuggle indoors with their owners, so do not need the covering of their extra fur.
Your dog’s fur needs regular trimming even in the winter months. If you are concerned that your dog might feel cold after a haircut in winters, then consider a longer trim or a sweater for your dog.

WINTER DOG GROOMING TIP No.3- BATHE IN THE MORNING

As your dog must be completely dry before he can step outdoors during the winters, so it is best to bathe just after the morning walk. This way, your dog can be indoors during the day and will have enough time to dry out before the evening bath. Also, make sure you use warm bath water that your dog is comfortable with during winters.
A smaller breed of dogs or dogs with short hair are more prone to chills as prolonged exposure to cold can result in an acute drop in body temperature or hyperthermia. So ensure that your dog’s coat is completely dry. It is best to use a hairdryer in winters to speed up the drying process.

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WINTER DOG GROOMING TIP No.4- CONSIDER DRY SHAMPOO

If your dog is an outdoor lover and tends to get dirty every day, you may consider a dry shampoo during the winter months as it may not be possible to bathe every day. Dry shampoo will remove the dirt buildup and eliminate the ‘dirty dog’ smell.

WINTER DOG GROOMING TIP No.5- PROTECT THE PAWS

Winter is the time when you have to be extra careful with your furry’s paws. The low temperature along with the mud, rain, and snow can cause cracked, irritation, and infection in the paws and pads. Every time your furry comes back from a walk, wipe the feet dry.

Some dogs are sensitive about their paws and do not like them touched, so try to make it a part of the walk routine, and soon your dog will be comfortable with the wiping.

WINTER DOG GROOMING TIP No.6- BRUSH AND COMB

Choose a brush that is perfect for your dog’s coat and brush regularly. The extra-thick winter coat and longer trim need extra brushing. Besides removing tangles and dirt, brushing also improves blood circulation and distributes oil.

The winter coat and winter clothing that your dog wears can hide lumps and bumps in their body. Look carefully and run your fingers over the body while brushing to make sure not to miss any of the trouble spots.

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Grooming is not just to make your dog look more beautiful but is also critical to their health. A clean dog is a healthy dog, and a healthy dog is a happy dog!
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