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Dog skin care conclusion

The Bottom Line:

Your dog-grooming sessions provide quality time to bond, but they also offer the perfect opportunity to accomplish a practical and necessary task: checking for lumps, rashes, and sores. Call your veterinarian if you find anything that concerns you.

It is important to establish and adhere to a regular schedule of grooming sessions. Schedule these at a convenient time for both you and your dog. A good time to do this is after the dog has been walked, while he is relieved and calm. Select a time when you will not be interrupted and have ample time to do a proper grooming.

 

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