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The Guide to Groom Your Belgian Shepherd

The expression Belgian Shepherd covers the Groenendael, the Tervueren, the Lakenoís and the Malinois. These species differ from each other both as regards color and hair type. They are the great favorites of sportsmen, they are very good working dogs, however when working the hairs of the dogs also undergo bigger stress, therefore they definitely need to be groomed.

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Irish Wolf Hound grooming needs

The Irish Wolf Hound has stringy hair, and therefore it has to be trimmed. A soft undercoat is hidden under the hard and rough outer coat of the largest hound species. The most experienced owners continuously remove the hairs, however in the case of a show, 4 weeks prior to the event a complete trimming has to be done.

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Grooming dogs with sensitive skins

Of course in the case of each dog species, it may happen that the skin of a specific dog is more sensitive, however, there are species in the case of which skin sensitivity appears more frequently.

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Grooming your Wirehair Fox Terrier

The Foxie may function not only as a family pet but also as a hunting dog. Its fur consists of hard hair outercoat and soft undercoat. It's base color is white, which is made more colorful by black and brown patches.

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Grooming your Spaniel

The most well-known Spaniel species are the English Spaniel and the American Cocker Spaniel, although there are still many species existing in the group of hunting spaniels.

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