How well is your husky groomed?

    How Well Is Your Siberian Husky Groomed?

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    The reason one should groom his/her Siberian Husky is simple - your dog's physical state influences the way he feels and the way you look at your dog. Extreme cases - where lack of proper care, cleaning and grooming can directly affect the behavior of your Siberian Husky, are - very sadly - not rare.

    Proper grooming not only infuses a healthy glow to your dog's appearance, but also helps develop his self-esteem; while it makes you a very proud parent when you show off your Siberian Husky to others!

    The first step involved in dog grooming is: Brushing!

    Brushing has been universally acknowledged by expert dog groomers as the single most important step in grooming.

    The benefits of brushing are many. To name a few:

    • Better blood circulation
    • Shinier and healthier coat
    • Better bonding

    Subscribe to this FREE dog grooming mini course and learn more about brushing and combing and other grooming tools and their applications.

    Even if you know how crucial brushing is for your dog's health and well-being, we all know that there is a right way and a wrong way of doing anything. And without doubt, you would like to do everything the RIGHT way when it comes to your Siberian Husky.

    Yes, there's a method to follow while brushing your Siberian Husky.

    Here are FIVE steps to successfully brushing your Siberian Husky that will prove to be extremely useful:

    • Brush against the growth of the hair first with a slicker (fine bristle) brush and then with a medium or wide-toothed comb.
    • The slicker brush removes all the loose hair and the comb takes care of the tangles.
    • Brush your Siberian Husky along the hair growth and make sure you reach the skin as you brush his way.
    • Then use a flea comb over the coat to get the fleas and remove any remaining tangles. Part the coat and start from the root and then comb through.
    • If your dog's paw pads are hairy, then clip them using electric clippers. Do not clip the hair in between the pads. Clip only the excess hair.
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    Brush your dog's hairs to prevent it from matting. Matting can be a very painful experience.

    Regular brushing untangles the matted hairs on your dog's coat. Prevent tangles from forming in the first place - by brushing and combing your Siberian Husky regularly. If and when you see any mats or tangles, use a detangle solution and a medium-toothed comb.

    Don't wait until your Siberian Husky is dirty or matted to introduce him to grooming. That would make him associate the experience with unpleasantness. Moreover, many dogs learn to see their routine brushing as an alternate form of petting, i.e. another source of affection and attention.

    Subscribe to this FREE dog grooming mini course and start Grooming your Dog all by yourself right from the comfort of your home Today.

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