Managing Pet Shedding
Hairs. Hairs Everywhere! In your car… in your house… They. Are. Just. Everywhere!
Shedding for pets are a natural thing. It happens to their body when they need to release unnecessary body hairs due to change in climate or due to stress and even for no reason at all because it was technically natural for them to replace their old hairs to new and more resilient hair. All pets shed. Face it. It is something that is inevitable that you need to be prepared of once you decide to be a fur parent.
As a fur parent, knowing this is a natural issue to deal with, you must know how to manage this.
Here are the things you need to manage pet shedding:
- Brush their hairs daily.
Brushing their hairs give them lots of benefits, but let me highlight the benefit that it allows you to get as much dead hair as possible. It gives you the comfort of easily cleanup for them and not wait for those hairs to be stuck on the hard to reach corners of your house.
- Schedule their grooming time
Grooming is not just about getting your pets pampered. It gives them that time of the month where they can have trimming and being thoroughly cleaned. Who does not love pampering?
- Give them a bath schedule
Taking a bath can be a little tricky so you have to figure out a bath schedule for your fur baby. Some needs not to be bathe always, some needs to. Check with your vet for the ideal schedule for bathing that is best on the type of pet you have.
- Check your shampoo and conditioners
We, humans, are very meticulous on choosing shampoos and conditioners for ourselves because some products works best for us, some just ruins our hair, and some are just meh. Same goes with them. They need not the best or the most expensive shampoo on the market but they need something that will work for them.
- Watch their food
The food can also affect the integrity of their hair. There are some foods that can trigger shedding and you have to watch out for it.
- Know when shedding is not normal anymore
Make sure you pay attention to the amount of the usual shedding of your pet. Excessive shedding can also be pathologic for them. If this happens, have your vet check your pet. There might be something causing it that needs to be addressed soon.
- Buy quality deshedding tool and car and furniture protector for easy cleaning
Cleaning is one of the worst parts of taking in a pet. You have to make sure you strategize properly on how to maintain the cleanliness of your house and your car.
Presenting Yogi Prime’s Deshedding tool!
This tool would give you the ease in cleaning both your pet and house. It removes as much hair as it can without damaging the undercoat of your pet. These tools are easy to clean as well.