how to groom a havanese


how to groom a havanese

Brushing: One of the most important aspects of grooming a Havanese is brushing its coat. This will

help remove any dirt or debris, and also distribute the dog’s natural oils evenly throughout its coat, keeping it healthy and shiny. It’s important to brush your Havanese at least once a day, but preferably twice a day.There are a few different ways to brush a Havanese’s coat – you can use a brush, a comb, or your hands. I prefer to use a brush, as it does a better job of removing dirt and debris. I start by brushing the dog’s back, then moving on to its sides and belly. I also make sure to brush its tail, as this is a common place for dirt and debris to accumulate.When brushing your Havanese, be sure to pay close attention to its hairless areas – the muzzle, the feet, and the groin. These areas can be sensitive, so you’ll want to be gentle when brushing them. In addition, you’ll want to check these areas regularly for any signs of irritation

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