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When it comes to brushing your Siberian Husky's coat, you’ll find that you’ll rake more than just brush as their coats are dense. The goal of brushing your Siberian Husky regularly is to always get rid of the loose hair and keep the coat smooth and clean. In this article, you'll learn some tips about brushing your Siberian Husky.
- Get rid of the clumps of hair. This is where you’ll need the shed blade. After getting rid of the clumps of hair, you should brush your Siberian husky with a coat rake. You can start from the head and work towards the rest of its body.
- You can also add a few drops of conditioner in the water and spray it to your pet’s coat. This will help control the static, loosen mats and also prevent hurting as you untangle some mats in your pet’s coat.
- Once you got rid of the mats, the next thing to do is use the metal comb to comb the coat and flatten it out, then add some finishing touches by using a regular pin brush.
Make sure to brush the coat of your pet at least once or twice a week. You can use a wide – toothed comb to do regular brushing as its rounded off tip will not hurt your pet’s body. Here are some things to keep in mind when brushing your dog:
- Use the comb to untangle the mats and knots if any and loosen the dead hair. Don’t pull off the mats as this will hurt your pet
- Brush the undercoat and use a fine-toothed comb to also brush the fur under its skin, chin, tail, and ears.
- Take the brush and comb its coat forward over its head and shoulders.
- Remember to also comb out the hair in its legs and rear end
- You can also trim up some excess fur in its feet or toes to make him look neat. Never shave or trim the coat of your Siberian Husky.
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