How to Brush a Dog's Coat.?


1. Pick your brush based on your dog's coat. Long haired dogs need a pin brush that will painlessly get rid of loose hairs and also get all the way down to the skin. Use a stiff natural-bristle brush for short haired dogs, then a soft-bristle brush
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