Ancol Ergo Moulting Dog Comb
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To ensure effective grooming, gently comb the hair in the direction of the fur growth. The comb's pins are rounded and polished for maximum comfort, and the two different lengths of the comb allow for deep penetration into the coat, effectively removing loose hairs. It's important to avoid pushing the comb into the dog's skin, as this may cause discomfort. Instead, gently tease out tangles using the comb. If you encounter matted fur, refrain from pulling or tugging on it, as it may require cutting. If your dog becomes agitated during the grooming session, it's advisable to pause or end the session.
Here are some grooming tips to keep in mind: Grooming serves as a wonderful opportunity to bond with your dog. However, if your dog is new to grooming, it's best to introduce the process gradually. Choose a time for grooming when your dog is relaxed, preferably after they have exercised. Handle the grooming tools with gentleness, avoiding any excessive tugging on the skin, knots, or mats. Provide your dog with plenty of reassurance throughout the grooming session. If your dog becomes agitated or shows signs of stress, it's important to pause or end the grooming session. Initially, keep the grooming sessions brief, gradually increasing their duration as your dog becomes more accustomed to the grooming routine.