"It is important not to wash any dog too often, as over-bathing causes the coat to compensate by producing extra oils, which in turn causes an increase in natural odor." Complete Dog Care: How to Keep Your Dog Healthy and Happy, pg. 52 We like to take our girls to the local library on Wednesdays …
Suzanne Pierce: "I have small arthritic hands & I LOVE my resco all-course ergonomic comb (the all silver one). Couldn't live without it."
"Skin sheds tens of thousands of dead cells a minute. Dead cells trap dirt, sebum, & impurities that encourage bacteria and dermatitis conditions." http://www.madramormud.com
I had a chance to try it the other day on my 10 year old dog, Angel. It was her birthday last month so I thought I'd give her a late birthday present. A mud bath!
What if seasonal allergies were as easy to remedy as getting out the brush? Imagine if we never brushed our teeth, but we visit the dentist a few times a year.
Now that I've got your attention, let me explain the title to this article 🙂
As we were walking around I realized that the leaves on the ground and the dying leaves on the trees were a perfect example of what's happening to our dogs' coat during the Fall.