Boxer
The breed "boxer" appeared in Germany in the middle of the XIX century. Details of its origin are not fully known. The main ancestor of these dogs is considered to…

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Corgi Welsh Corgi
Corgis are classified as medium-sized dogs and are of two types: the Pembroke Welsh Corgi and the Welsh Corgi Cardigan, named after their place of origin - Cardiganshire and Pembrokeshire…

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Biggle
The first description of the breed dates back to the 15th century. Beagles were one of the favorite breeds of the English court. Presumably, the ancestors of these dogs were…

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5 Simple Steps for Proper Coat Care

Why is it important to care for your pet’s hair correctly? To his appearance was always neat? Not only. Proper care is also a guarantee of health. Unsuitable care products and incorrect procedures (grooming, washing) can lead to hair loss and dermatological diseases. To prevent this from happening, you need to remember 5 simple steps. Go?
Need to wash. Even the most domestic!
Even if your pet never leaves the apartment or travels exclusively on handles, you still need to bathe it periodically. Pets get dirty, exploring the inaccessible places of the apartment, collect dust, we bring pollution into the house on outer clothing … Add to this the skin secret, which accumulates on the skin and coat. But dirty wool is easier and more willing to slip into tangles, which spoils the appearance and negatively affects the total length of the coat.

Mine is right.
Correct – this is to the extent of contamination and with suitable means. You don’t need to bathe your pet every week if it is visually clean, but it’s not worth spending a “bath day” less than 1 time per month. Why such a frequency? Dermal cell renewal is 21 days, so experts recommend washing the pet every 3-4 weeks.

Choose products suitable for the individual characteristics of dogs and cats: age, length and type of coat, skin type, etc. It is desirable that this be the products of one brand: such products blend well in composition and provide gentle complex care.

Skin and Wool Care
We use the funds according to the instructions.
Shampoos and conditioners are different, and before use, be sure to read the instructions for them.
Concentrated products should be diluted with water, best in a special bottle. Then they “water” the pet’s hair, gently distribute it, massage the skin and coat. Non-concentrated products are applied in the direction of wool growth. For a better and more convenient distribution of the composition in both cases, you can use special brushes (such as Dermobrush ISB).
No sponges!
Many owners use sponges to wash their pets, but this is a bad idea. Sponge is an excellent environment for the accumulation and reproduction of bacteria. And they, in turn, can provoke dermatological problems.
We comb out correctly.
How often to comb out a pet and with what tool? Or maybe you need to cut it? Or trim? These issues are best discussed with the groomer. He will recommend proper care depending on the type of pet’s coat.
We always comb out carefully and neatly. Before the procedure, it is better to moisten the coat so that it does not get tangled or break. This can be done with indelible conditioners and sprays to facilitate combing (for example, H 270 two-phase spray, ISB Essensuals spray, anti-static Hair revitalaizer 1 All Systems, etc.).

Bulterier
Antique bull and terriers were bred in England from bulldogs and terriers. These powerful dogs participated in dogfights or bullying bulls. In 1835, this type of entertainment was banned by…

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Basenji
ORIGIN Basenji's homeland is Central Africa. Genetic studies have shown the kinship between basenji and East Siberian husky, which may indicate the origin of the breed from African wolves. It…

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Boxer
The breed "boxer" appeared in Germany in the middle of the XIX century. Details of its origin are not fully known. The main ancestor of these dogs is considered to…

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Trimming: what is it and who needs it?
Trimming is one of the procedures that grooming salons and private masters offer. What it is? Which dogs is it assigned to? How necessary is the procedure? About this in…

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