Why Dogs Shed


Dogs shed for a variety of reasons, including to regulate their body temperature, remove loose hair, and stay clean.


Dogs typically shed more during the spring and fall to adjust to the changing temperatures.


Some breeds, such as huskies and Labrador retrievers, are known for shedding more than others.


 If your dog is shedding excessively, it could be due to a medical condition, such as allergies or parasites


 There are a number of ways to manage dog shedding, such as regular brushing, bathing, and grooming.


Here are some additional tips for managing dog shedding:Brush your dog regularly, especially during the shedding seasons.Bathe your dog as needed, but avoid overbathing, as this can dry out the skin and lead to more shedding.


If you are struggling to manage your dog's shedding, there are a number of professional services available, such as dog grooming and deshedding treatments.

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