Chinese Crested Dog Training and Grooming
When it comes to keeping a Chinese Crested looking good and their skin in top condition, it does take a little bit of time and care, but these little dogs do not need to have lots of lotions and potions to keep their skin healthy. With this said, their skin can get a bit dry at times and this could lead to sores developing which is when the right sort of products should be used and preferably ones that have been prescribed or recommended by a vet. The hair on their heads, legs and tails only needs to be tidied up using a soft slicker brush and being careful not to scratch a dog’s skin in the process.
Powder Puffs need a little more in the way of grooming to keep their coats looking good and tangle free. This means a daily brush is essential using a soft slicker brush and again it’s important to do this gently to avoid scratching a dog’s skin.
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