Cockapoo Grooming: Some Simple Tips for Caring for Your Dog at Home
Part of keeping your dog healthy and happy includes frequent grooming. While some breeds require more grooming than others, the Cockapoo has a very high maintenance coat. They are known for their very thick, curly fur that tangles and tangles easily. Neglecting your pet’s hygiene could cause health problems and make him very unhappy.
Cockapoo grooming costs can add up quickly if your dog is an outdoor dog. Most feces love to roll in the grass and lie on the ground. This can make it smell like dirt, requiring the need for frequent baths. If you need to make frequent trips to the salon, you can consider these tips to save some money on your grooming costs.
Giving your dog a puppy cut will make it easier to keep him clean. Shorter coats don’t hold as much dirt as thick, long coats. Fleas and ticks can be easily detected when the coat is kept short, helping to keep your dog pest-free. A short cut will also make brushing and bathing your dog much easier.
Brush your dog once a day to prevent tangling and tangling. For Cockapoo grooming, I like to use a wide tooth metal comb and not a more polished brush. The extra space between the teeth of the comb makes brushing much easier. I like to brush my dogs once a day at night while watching my favorite TV show. A daily brushing routine is a great way to bond with your dog and keep his coat neat and clean.
Following these simple tips will help you keep your dog clean and tidy and even help you save money on your pet’s grooming needs.