Our bouncing puppies come in all shapes, sizes and coats! Starting their regular grooming from a young age will get them used to all the different pamper experiences meaning (hopefully) they eventually come to enjoy it! It’s a great idea to research your specific breed grooming requirements before you welcome your dog home, depending on their breed it can be quite time intensive.
Paying attention to your puppy’s pearly whites early on makes a lot of sense as dental disease affects up to 80% of dogs over the age of three. The sooner you start brushing their teeth the more they’ll get used to the idea! If you couple good dental care with a healthy diet, you’re on the right track to a dazzling smile!
We love this page on the RSPC website explaining more about how to clean your dog’s teeth
Looking deep into your dog’s eyes is something we highly recommend. You can tell a lot about a dog’s health through their eyes! By inspecting your dog’s eyes regularly you can pick up on any tearing, redness or cloudiness. Watch out for discharge, tear-stained fur, cloudiness or pupils that are different sizes.