6 Health benefits of Regular Dog Grooming


A messy coat invites mats. Dogs are quite uncomfortable with matted hair that pulls on their skin. However, regular brushing/combing will prevent mats from forming on the dog's body.

Regular brushing prevents matted dog hair

Another grooming step is bathing the pet. Bathe it as needed based on its coat and breed. A bath removes debris and excess oil, leaving the coat clean and fresh. In regular infestations

No flea/tick entry

To prevent overgrowth, clip your dog's nails. Long nails cause several issues. They start by making the dog uncomfortable while walking. Thus, the dog may walk abnormally on its sides. Left untreated, this can develop painful arthritis and bone deformities.

Prune them ‘ Nails 

Daily or thrice-weekly brushing helps prevent most dental diseases and foul breath in dogs. Brush your dog's teeth daily with dog toothpaste. This regimen should be introduced to pets early on.

Dental Hygiene Brushing

To avoid ear infections, clean the pet's ears weekly using ear wipes or cotton balls. Reward your dog with healthy training treats for compliance.

Regular Ear Cleaning Is Vital

Grooming reveals lumps, pimples, sores, and skin/ear infections on pets. It helps you spot health issues in the dog before they become fatal. As you brush the dog's coat or stroke its hair, you may feel lumps that may be malignant.

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