One of the primary reasons that dog owners seek out dog grooming services is that their dog is shedding. Given that dog groomers are experts in making a dog’s coat look impressive, some dog owners are under the impression that dog grooming will somehow work a miracle and stop their dog from shedding. If only it were that easy.
Unfortunately, no matter how awesome your favourite local dog groomer is, they cannot work miracles, especially when you consider the fact that it is impossible to completely stop a dog from shedding fur. In fact, shedding their fur is as natural to a dog as barking, and just as it is impossible for you to stop your own hair from growing, as yet there are no known means of stopping a dog’s fur from growing and then shedding as part of its natural cycle.
Whilst shedding fur is a natural function for dogs, some shed excessively. This means its owners are fighting a constant and never-ending battle to remove their dog’s fur from carpets, furniture, curtains, and clothes. However, that is not to say that shedding cannot be reduced and controlled. To help you achieve these, below are five popular ways that are proven to reduce and control a dog’s shedding.