4 Simple Steps To A Shiny Dog Coat
Our dogs are the most adorable creatures in the world and often they can get themselves dirty because of their usual hobby – playing. As dog owners, we like to see our dog’s looking clean with a shiny coat because this is part of what makes them our furry friend. We have created four tips to help your dog have a shinier coat which will make them even cuter.
Bathe according to breed
Bathing is a common way to make a dog’s coat shinier, but it is important to be aware that different breeds will require different bathing frequencies. For instance, if you have a Golden retriever or a German shepherd, the doggo is to be bathed only once a month due to how their skin is. If you have a dog with oily skin like a Basset Hound, it will need a bath every week. If your dog has allergies, a vet will often recommend more frequent bathing to get allergies under control.
Brush up on your grooming
Regular grooming is another way to improve your dog’s coat along with many other benefits such as a higher likelihood of you detecting any unusual bumps and lumps, parasites and areas of your dog’s body that they find sensitive. The breed of your dog also plays a role in how often you groom as dogs with long and curly coats such as a husky require brushing on a daily basis to prevent tangling hair. Alternatively, dogs with shorter hair such as a Labrador should be brushed one to two times a week.
It’s what inside that counts
Just like in humans, it is really what’s on the inside that counts when it comes to feeding your dog. Feeding your dog super premium food such as our Hypro Premium kibble will greatly enhance their health and coat the natural way with no grains, nor any artificial ingredients included. We have carefully selected ingredients such as sunflower seeds and emu oil which are known for improving a dog’s coat due to their presence of essential fatty acids. Our Ocean Fish dog kibble is a perfect option because it is rich in Omega 3, 6 and 9 to further improve your dog’s coat to make it plush and shiny.
Visit your vet
Another major part of getting a shiny coat is to regularly visit the vet and get your dog checked. Additionally, you can also perform checks by running your hand through the skin of the pet to see if there are any flakes, lumps or even any bumps. These checks can be performed during bathing times or even grooming.
A shiny and lustrous coat not only makes your dog look better, but it is also an indication of their health which makes it important to maintain. We hope that by following these tips, your dog has a super shiny coat that will make them impossible to not pat.