How to groom the Great Dane.
The Great Dane has a natural noble and elegant temperament, but in the process of petting, the owner will often groom the dog. Grooming the Great Dane is not only to make it cleaner and healthier, but the most important thing is to make it more beautiful and noble. The Great Dane is a huge pet dog, and it will also add a lot of difficulties to the owner during the grooming process, but this ratio cannot stop the owner’s determination to groom the Great Dane. And every experienced breeder will also have a set of methods for grooming the Great Dane.
Although the large size of the Great Dane will add some difficulties to grooming, the short hair of the Great Dane also saves some unnecessary troubles for grooming. To groom the Great Dane, we must first remove some dirt from the body, so grooming and bathing are all necessary grooming steps. The breeder must first groom the Great Dane and then take a bath. In the process of bathing, the breeder also cleans the dog’s eyes, ears, and toes for hygiene.
In daily life, breeders should pay close attention to the hygiene of the Great Dane’s eyes, ears and other parts, and clean the Great Dane in time. Grooming the Great Dane requires grooming his hair every day, but he should not be bathed frequently. Especially when grooming the Great Dane in winter, the breeder should not trim the hair on the dog’s body too short, because the hair is a natural barrier for the Great Dane to resist the cold. If the hair is trimmed too short, the Great Dane will The more vulnerable you are to cold air, the more likely you are to catch cold and get sick. The sick Great Dane loses its original beauty and nobility.