It is practically impossible to keep a long haired dog from shedding (I don't know if they have something you can give them for it), but there is a way to reduce the shedding. Brush your dog daily, but backwards, stroking toward the neck, not the tail.
Neutro-Max dog food sold at Big R stores dramatically reduced the amount that our dog sheds. it takes about a month to start working, but after that, the amount of loose hair I had to clean up was much less.
well there is not a food that will keep them from shedding completely, but sporting dog's dog food will help keep them from shedding as much!!
There is no way to keep a dog from shedding. You can have the dogs fur trimmed to reduce the shedding.
It's probably a shedding breed.
Good outside or inside, but keep in mind that their shedding can get out of control.
Daily brushing can help keep down the amount of hair that ends up on the floor. Having the dog groomed can remove much of the hair when the dog is shedding as well.
It is called shedding. This naturally occurs especially during the summer time to keep the dog cool.
You can't. Shedding is a natural part of being a dog (most breeds anyway), you can not stop it anymore than you can stop your own hair from growing. You can brush it regularly to try and keep it's shedding controlled but you can't stop it
The snake is shedding its skin.The new evidence is shedding more light on the case.
Yes, excessive shedding may indicate skin problems. You should take your dog to a reputable veterinary clinic as soon as possible if your dog is shedding abnormally.
Um....you brush the dog and clean up after him.
You don't stop a dog from shedding. Shedding is a normal, required process in dogs. You do the same, but since you have little hair, you do not notice it.
Espree makes an excellent dog shampoo and conditioner combo that works very well to help reduce the amount of shedding your dog has. Although this is merely a simple fix for the problem. To help better reduce this shedding it is necessary to provide a healthy diet for your dog.
because it's winter
In dogs it is usually called "shedding": shedding is normal and natural, and cannot be "stopped." The best way to deal with shedding is to thoroughly groom the dog once or twice a week as needed, which is a part of responsible dog ownership.
Its called shedding. They do this because dogs need to grow hair follicles to keep cool/warm in different weather climates
Some shampoos claim to help with shedding but if your dog is a long haired breed, shedding is going to happen no matter what.
Nothing completely stops a dog shedding except for shaving. However brushing daily with a shedding blade and slicker brush greatly reduces the amount a dog will shed. I use this method on my German Shepherd who is double coated
Buy a "hairless" breed!
All non-shedding dogs are great and cute! One of my all-time favorite non-shedding dog is a poodle. My family is hypoallergenic so we got a poodle, it is smart, well behaved and too cute!
The Yorkshire Terrier, and the Shih Tzu are among the smallest non-shedding dogs. The Bichon Frise, and Maltese are also non-shedding breeds.
Pomeranians are NOT hypoallergenic, they are very furry therefore, they are constantly shedding, shedding, shedding! But, they are wonderful pets and great family dog with children who are respectful and over the age of 7!
shedding is in a dogs dna, so to stop shedding is constant grooming, shaving, anything to control the hair and keep the loose hair at a minimum.