There are a few reasons why anyone would ever see a shaved Pomeranian. Make sure that the groomer knows her history and is willing to work slowly with her. About a week after I get her back she has scabs on the back of her neck. There are a lot of different dental sprays and things out there for dogs teeth. I think I'm going to have her get used to the feel of the brush when she is still a puppy.
How to Take Care of a Pomeranian - Puppy and Adult
Then of course, there is my girl as she is now. He is starting to shed a lot so I thought maybe I should start grooming him. About a week after I get her back she has scabs on the back of her neck. It is such a great feeling when I can get them to trust me. The trimming depends on the owners wishes, but trimming the nails, rear, and feet, along with the bath and good brush out is a normal maintenance groom for a Pom. I let her grow out and boy is she gorgeous.
I never wanted to shave her fur close to her skin, but I am also wondering if I get her shaved one time that will give me a better start in keeping her fur from matting, etc. Is a regular blow drow drier on low going to hurt her fur? Read what a group of Siberian Husky owners have put out on the internet to protect their beloved breed:. It is not for their type of coat. Anonymous June 29, at 5: Anonymous May 21, at 4:
Hi Anonymous, It is hard to say without seeing her, but it sounds like she may have been clipped short in her past, the coat has been damaged, and her hair has not grown back correctly. When I try to brush out some of her under coat she cries like I'm twisting her legs off! Anonymous May 3, at My Furry Friends July 14, at 9: Buying a more expensive end, quality food and taking your pet in for regular vet visits also contribute to promoting over all good health and will intensify the quality of the dogs' coat. So tell me, am I screwed? Can you advise us on how we can improve his coat?