Poodles can come in several different types and that applies to a number of different features about these beautiful dogs. In this section we’ll talk more about Poodles and what you need to know to take care of yours right. Not to mention we’ll talk about just why you might want to bring one home.
Bath Your Poodle
Poodles who are bathed often, let’s say after every 3 weeks are likely to have no skin problem. If you are the owner of one such poodle, then an all-purpose shampoo would be the best buy. Often, these are formulated from organic, plant-based, and natural ingredients.
Since bathing your poodle washes off some of the essential oils from the skin and coat, it, therefore, means you should wash her after a specific time interval. Washing her more than necessary might cause serious dermatological alterations such as dry skin.
Responsibility is very important because this is where the overall welfare of your poodle depends on. One of the ways that show your responsibility is by ensuring that they’re clean, neat and hygienic in a general sense.
Brushing her coat has benefits healthwise as well as in terms of aesthetical beauty as we have already seen. Besides keeping mats and tangles at a minimum, brushing also stimulates secretion and distribution of the natural skin oils for healthy skin and coat appearance.
Poodle Ear Hair
An awesome alternative to ear plucking should be having your groomer do the trimming down carefully, especially in the ear flap of the dog so as to trim the hair in the ear canal. When it is kept short, this will prevent hair from blocking the good flow of air or getting tangles in any ear wax.
The truth is there are a number of different things that could cause an ear infection for your dog. Generally it happens because of bacteria or yeast that grow inside the ear because of water and moisture.