Our furry friends will shed. This includes the topcoat (guard hair). The undercoat is the underlying problem of shedding and is the majority of hair that you see in your house. Short-haired Dogs benefit from weekly brushing, while most medium- or long-haired dogs may need grooming several times a week.
Shedding is a natural process that allows for loss of older and often dead hair so that new hair can grow in.
Some pets shed seasonally, "blowing" their winter coats when spring comes. Others, like indoor pets and short-haired pets, may shed all year. Making time to brush your pet can help you determine where the bulk of that hair ends up -- in the trash or on you.
Even if you don't mind finding a little fur on your favorite pants, grooming your dog can offer both of you real benefits, including preventing painful knots and tangles, minimizing pet dander in the home, helping to catch signs of pet illness or parasites, and boosting the pet-person bond.
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