Keep Your Four-Legged Friends Skin From Getting Dry

Keep Your Four-Legged Friends Skin From Getting Dry

We all know dry skin can be really painful. Between the cracks and dry spots, it can really do a number on us if left untreated. Dry skin can also be a real problem on our pets.

To stop dry skin from affecting your pets, here are a few tips to help with prevention.

Keep Your Four-Legged Friends Skin From Getting Dry

Dry Skin Prevention Tips

Check Your Pets Diet

Sometimes, a deficiency in your pet’s diet can cause dry skin to form. Go through and check to make sure it is getting right amount as well as all the nutrients it needs to have a healthy skin.

You could also try and add fatty acid supplements to its diet as these have been known to help with dry skin and skin oils.

Bathing Properly

Not using the right shampoo when bathing your pet can also lead to skin issues as it can strip it of natural oils it needs to keep its skin smooth. Instead, use a shampoo containing Colloidal Oatmeal as it will help combat and prevent dry skin on your pet.

Groom Regularly

Make sure you are brushing and grooming your pets regularly. This will help eliminate at dead skin that has accumulated on your pet. If not, the dead skin will start to build up, leading to more cracking and flaking which will make your pet very uncomfortable.

D’Tails Grooming offers grooming services for dogs of any shape, size or hair length. Our experts have years of experience and will make sure your dog comes out looking fresh and sharp!

For more information or to book an appointment for your dog, call us today at 706-731-0089.

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