How do I brush my dog between grooms?
* The amount of times you should brush your dog’s coat per week can vary from coat length and coat type.
* For medium to long coats, you can use a slicker brush and a metal comb. Parting the hair in sections on a small area at a time will help eliminate matts from forming. Any matting you find with your comb that you cannot get through, use your slicker brush to go back over that area. The more you brush your dog the less knots and tangles will form in the coat.
* Brushing your dog can be relaxing for both your dog and yourself. Lying your dog on the floor on their side can help them settle and bond closer with you. If you cannot see the skin when parting the hair, matting has formed.