Dog Shampoo, Brushes and Clippers
It is important to regularly groom all dogs, regardless of breed. This helps them have a shiny coat free of tangles, and also allows you to check for skin problems and parasites. In addition, grooming can be a bonding experience for you and your pet.
Dogs with short coats may only need brushing, bathing, and nail trimming, while those with longer coats may also need clipping and hair trimming. You can do most of this at home, but you may want to schedule regular appointments with a professional groomer for haircuts and trims.
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A dog's skin has a different pH level than human skins, so use a shampoo specially formulated for dogs. Our range of dog shampoos and conditioners are soap free and pH balanced, gently helping your dogs skin and coat stay free from dirt and harmful allergens that may lead to skin health issues.
Regular brushing of your dog's coat, whether short or long haired, is important to keep it shiny and glossy. Shop our range of dog brushes and deshedding devices to keep your dog’s coat gleaming.
Trimming your dog’s hair and nails at home can sometimes be a bit daunting but is an essential part of the grooming process and with the right dog trimming tools it can be done safely. See our Ultimate Dog Grooming and Nail Clipping Guides for more information on how to groom your dog safely at home.
Shampoos to Keep Your Dog Fresh and Clean!
Dogs only need baths every few weeks or so to prevent hygiene issues and odors. Bathing them more often can strip their coat of natural oils and dry out their skin. If your dogis smelly, discuss this with your vet, as it may indicate dental disease or a skin infection.
Best Dog Shampoos:
Aloveen Oatmeal Shampoo
Malaseb Medicated Shampoo
Dog Brushes for All Hair Types
While those breeds with longer, coarser hair may need daily or weekly brushing to prevent matting, short haired breeds may only require a good brush once a fortnight. Without regular brushing, your dog's coat could become matted which can cause pain for your dog and result in licking and biting of the matted area. Matted hair also hides any potential skin infections or parasites that are harmful for your pet. No matter what length coat your dog has, regular brushing will mean less hair left behind on you and the furniture.
Best Dog Brushes for Long Hair:
Best Dog Brushes for Short Hair:
Best Deshedding Brush For Dogs:
Pup friendly Dog Clippers
Most dog owners prefer to have their dog's hair cut by a professional groomer, but you can trim the hair around your dog's eyes, face, or paws in between professional groomings. This can prevent overgrown hair from blocking your dog’s vision or causing ear infections.
Regular nail trimming is an important part of your dog's grooming routine. Dogs who have nails that are too long may experience pain and discomfort, and in extreme cases, the nails may grow into the paw pad.
Best Dog Hair Trimmers
Best Dog Nail Clippers
Discover What Type of Shampoo, Brushes and Clippers Your Pup Needs
Read our ultimate guide to Dog Grooming & Bathing to find out more about how to choose what's best for you and your dog's needs.