Poodle Care at Home
Poodle Care has features that must be considered.
In the photo: poodles during grooming
An important part of poodle care is proper hair care.
Thick wavy poodle coat requires special care. You will have to purchase an arsenal of tools: a napper, a comb with rare teeth, a massage brush, scissors, a hair clipper, special shampoos, sprays, balms and conditioners.
Poodle molting happens only once in a life, when puppy hair changes to an adult. At this time, the dog is treated with a slicker so that no tangles are formed.
In the future, the pet will need to comb out (3-4 times a week), bathe and cut.
A poodle is washed 3-4 times a year with shampoo, but it will be necessary to bathe without using detergents more often (every 2 to 3 weeks). This is important because a lot of dust and bacteria accumulate in the coat.
Before each haircut, a poodle must be washed and combed.
Haircut is divided into two types: traditional ("under the lion") and modern.
All these tricks need to be specially studied, so you cannot do without going to the groomer.
Hygienic care for the poodle is also crucial.
Examine your pet’s eyes, teeth, and ears regularly.
From childhood, a dog is taught to brush teeth.
If necessary, trim the claws with a special clipper.
Proper care of the poodle is impossible without a well-organized walking. A poodle is an active, energetic creature, so at least 1 hour a day you will have to spend outdoors, including offering your dog active games, training, aporting, etc.