6 Simple Ways to Keep Your Dog’s Coat Shiny and Healthy

August 25, 2022 2 min read

An important part of being a dog owner is keeping your dog healthy and happy. This means providing him/her with enough exercise, feeding dog quality food, playing and cuddling him/her, and taking care of your dog’s fur. 

After all, a dog’s health can easily be seen just by looking at its coat – it should always be shiny and clean. So, here are 6 ways in which you can keep your dog’s coat looking healthy and groomed.

1. Bathe Your Dog Regularly

Now, this doesn’t mean you should bathe your pooch every single day; doing it too often can actually damage your dog’s coat because it would remove the skin’s natural oils. Once or twice a month should be enough, especially if your dog spends most time indoors. Chaminol Shampoo is pH balanced for maintaining a healthy Skin and Coat in Dogs and Cats, it is uniquely formulated to provide deep cleansing without stripping the coat of its essential oils.

2. Brush Your Dog

Regardless of your dog’s fur type, you should brush your pup’s coat every few days. So, find a brush that suits your dog’s breed, and get to work. If your pup sheds a lot, you should also get a de-shedding brush, which will ensure that your dog’s fur always looks well groomed.

3. Provide Them With Quality Food

If you want your dog’s fur to be strong and healthy, you should provide a nutritious diet. When buying the food, pay attention to the ingredients, and feel free to add an oil based supplement such as TRM’s Caniglo to your dogs feed.

4. Add Omega Fatty Acids to Your Dog’s Diet

Both Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids are good for your dog’s fur. Omega-6 also helps fight infections, while Omega-3 can boost your dog’s mood and ease arthritis mood and ease arthritis pain. Again, TRM’s Caniglo is a feed oil rich in fatty acids for a healthy shiny coat

5. Use Supplement

Investing in supplements for your dog, like Caniglo and Multivit Complex, can soften and nourish your dog’s fur and help improve the health of his skin.

6. Talk to your vet 

Finally, if you notice that your dog seems to be scratching a lot, it could mean that it has allergies. So, consult your vet on the right treatment, since every dog is different and you want to make sure you’re doing the right thing for your dog.

Every owner who loves their dog should want to keep it healthy and happy. So, make sure to provide your pooch with top-quality food, including the treats, consider adding supplements to their diet and brush your dog regularly. This way, your dog’s coat is bound to stay strong and shiny for a long time.

More about TRM!

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