Havanese Dog – Simple Tips on Grooming Your Pet
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The well-loved and popular dog breed, the Havanese, descended from a breed indigenous to Cuba but is now extinct, the Blanquito de la Havana. The modern day Havanese is actually the result of cross-breeding between this extinct breed and Poodles of French and German descent. Two of the most renowned Clubs whose breeding standards are respected, the American Kennel Club and the Kennel Club, already acknowledge the Havanese as an official breed. This breed is not a high maintenance breed, compared to other breeds, as far as daily grooming is concerned – just a full grooming every month, or every month and half is fine. But once a week, you can do a general grooming, and on how to do that, simply follow the guide below.
You need the following for a general grooming session – scissors, protein shampoo, mat rakes, thinning shears, a slicker brush, a pin brush, a metal comb.
1. Brush out the dog’s double coat using a combination of slicker brushes, the pin brushes, and the metal combs. You need go start brushing with the coarser brushes, so that more tangles are worked out early on.
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2. Use the protein-rich shampoo on your dog. Avoid using a cream rinse on your Havanese dog. You should also look up lotions that help in preventing the onset of split hairs, since that I’ll give your dog fewer problems.
3. Start working on the hair between the pads of the dog’s feet; use the scissors. You could give your pet’s feet a rounded look if you want – if so, simply clip the feet, too. Your dog may need the professional skill of a veteran grooming specialist, especially if your dog is the kind that’s viable for entry into dog shows. But if you have been doing that for quite some time, by all means proceed to groom your pet as you see fit.
4. Cut the clumps of hair from the dog’s coat using the shears. By this time you’d have gotten an estimate of how much more hair needs to be cut, and where, for your Havanese to be comfortable.
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