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Hygienic Grooming for Dogs – Understand the importance of grooming

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The hygienic grooming is considered one of the most important cares for the health and hygiene of dogs and, who is responsible for canine pets, should always have this monthly commitment on the agenda. Although many believe that taking their puppies for grooming is often an action of owners who seek only to keep their friends beautiful and with the “hairstyle” up to date, this concern brings much more benefits beyond the aesthetic, helping to keep the dogs free from accumulation of dirt and even accidents.

For some specific breeds, such as the Shih-Tzu and Schnauzer, the hygienic grooming it is an unavoidable commitment, since, with a gigantic amount of hair on their bodies, dogs of such breeds can face several unpleasant situations due to the lack of cut in the coat.

With the increase of homes with pets and the growth of establishments dedicated to the care of animals of recent times, today it is possible to find varied offers from establishments that perform grooming services everywhere. Pet owners and the animals themselves have the advantage, being able to guarantee both their hygiene and the beauty of their dogs.

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ATTENTION: This content is for information only and does not replace consultation with a veterinarian or specialized service. Find a supplier near your home.

About the author

Rachel Madi

Veterinary Physician (CRMV-SP 20,567) graduated from the State University of Londrina – PR with a specialization in Radiodiagnosis from the Veterinary Image Institute (IVI). Responsible for the diagnostic imaging sector at the Veterinary Hospital Dogs and Cats 24h working in the areas of radiology, ultrasound and magnetic resonance. Dr. Madi is a member of the Veterinarians team at the CachorroGato portal and also answers questions in the Dr. Responde tool.

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