6 Dog Grooming Tips While You Are On a Vacation with Your Pet

Who doesn’t want their dog to look best as ever? But as we spend a fortune on the grooming for your pooch, consider doing this on your own. Not only it will save your hard-earned money, but you can also look after his grooming while you are on vacation. While you are researching on lovely places for a vacation with your pup, have a look at their grooming tips too.

  1. Baby Powder

The easiest way to remove their tangles is by sprinkling baby powder on them. It makes them able to comb them out so much ease. Also, it will make your dog smell good. And do not worry. All baby powders are safe for pets.

  1. Flea combs aren’t only meant for fleas

If you have a long-hair dog like Shih Tzu’s, Schnauzers, and most doodles, they would need a flea comb, to comb their fur. Not only to remove the fleas, but they also make it easy to detangle the fur without causing any pain or discomfort.

  1. Trim the paws

It is believed to be positive to trimming the hair around and in between your dog pads. It makes it easy for you to wipe them clean after being outside. If not taken proper care, things like burrs or thistles are stuck inside easily. Your pooch will also gain a better traction on slippery surfaces without getting the long hair obstructing the way of their pads.

  1. Use appropriate brushes

There are hundreds of options when it comes to selection of appropriate brushes according to the length of your dog hair. For short hair dogs, use short toothed comb and a curry comb. For medium -length breeds with undercoat, use Dematting combs and slicker brushes. For Doodle type of dogs, use a pin brush and a slicker or straight comb. For long hair dogs, use a double rake, straight comb and/or slicker.

  1. Use recommended shampoo and conditioner

While on a long travel, the fur of your dog is bound to get dirty. Use an all-natural shampoo and conditioner for dogs, not humans. You can also consult the veterinarian to recommend you good brands for the same.

  1. Rinse your dog well

After applying shampoo and conditioner, rinse your pet well with lukewarm water. You do not want your dog to be irritated by the leftover shampoo behind his ears or the ignored places. Make sure you remove all the shampoo by rinsing the dog well.

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