Grab the Lint Roller! The Low Down on Shedding
CEO & Founder of Wags
If your dog is shedding more than usual, they could be suffering from an underlying medical condition. Allergies, an unbalanced diet and certain disorders can all cause excessive shedding. Consult with your vet to determine the underlying cause. Another common cause of shedding is stress. If your dog is nervous or uncomfortable look for ways to manage stress.
You can help limit the amount of dog hair around the house by adding hair fortifying ingredients to your dog’s diet and regularly combing their coat. Adding a dietary supplement like, Totally Wags Collagen for Dogs is a great way to ensure your dog is getting a balanced diet. Totally Wags contains collagen which is beneficial for skin and coat health. Dogs with healthy skin and coats are less likely to suffer from flaky, itchy, dry skin; and this can also help with shedding. A protein-rich diet is key to coat health, and with 18 amino acids and 5 grams of protein per full serving, Totally Wags can help up your dog’s protein intake.
What else can you do to prevent shredding on furniture, rugs and your black work pants? Brushing, brushing and more brushing! Invest in a great brush suited for your dog’s coat length or hair type. The FURminator® is an excellent brush for tackling dogs with thick coats. What’s great about brushing? Most dogs love it and it’s excellent for bonding!
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