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5 Ways to Manage Your Fluffy Corgi’s Fur

August 3, 2018

Are you an owner of one or more Corgi puppies?

Then you already know that they are well-known shedders and there’s no getting around that fact! There are, however, ways that you can manage their fur. We have some tips for you. Take a look!

This is an essentially needed item, and no substitutes will do. This is a tool that every owner of Corgi puppies should have. Slowly introduce it to your pup over time and then start using it on a weekly basis, during shedding season. On the off-shedding season, you can use it every 3 to 4 weeks.

During the off-shedding season, use a greyhound comb in conjunction with the Furminator. It’s perfect for brushing out the fine hairs stuck under your pup’s fur.

There indeed comes a time when you’ll need to bathe your Corgi puppies at home. When you do, make sure that it’s not done too often. Frequent baths will strip the natural oils from your pup’s skin and hair. Use quality and natural shampoos and conditioners to keep your pup’s hair healthy, beautiful, and soft.

This is another essential item, especially if you have carpet in your home. The vacuum will be like your best and most reliable friend, so you’ll need a high-quality one. You’ll need one that can easily pick up animal hairs and not break down, so invest in one of the more expensive types that will ultimately last. Also related and significantly cheaper…get a lint brush or two!

Lastly, to keep a handle on the shedding of Corgi puppies, we recommend that you take your pups to get professional grooming at least twice a year. Go during the winter and summer sheds. You’ll see noticeable differences each year when you do this.

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