Before brushing, run your hands through your pet’s coat from back to front to mobile dog grooming massage the skin and loosen dead hairs. This massage will help to stimulate and distribute natural oils in the skin, which gives a healthy shine to the coat. Then use the type of grooming that is best suited to your pet which can be a brush, comb or mitt to brush your pet from head to tail. Don’t forget to brush the underbelly and also between toes and pads which can collect small stones, chewing gum and other debris. To avoid scraping your pets’ skin, try not to press too hard with a wire slicker brush.
6. If you come across matted hair, first hold the matt close to the skin. Next insert the end tooth of the comb into the matt and try working the matt loose. If you find this isn’t possible you might want to cut out a matt so you don’t cause your pet any unnecessary discomfort. After your pet is matt-free, comb down to the skin. Remember to comb or brush your dog against the lay of the coat.
7. To brush a long-haired cat, start by combing your cat’s belly and legs with a wide-toothed comb, untangling any knots you might find. Then brush its body fur all over in an upward motion from scalp. Make a part down the middle of your cat’s tail and brush out the fur on either side.
Pet grooming can be a normal daily routine. It’ll be much easier when your pet finds it enjoyable; you’ll have less hair to clean up on carpets rugs and furniture.