So far in our shedding discussion, we have talked about ways to control dog hair through cleaning efforts and daily brushing routines. In Part 2 of the guide, we will take a closer look at your dog's health and how it impacts the amount of hair he sheds in the summer. By keeping your dog healthy and groomed, you can greatly reduce the amount of pet hair you have to clean up in your home.
The bitter cold of the winter and early spring months may limit the running around your dog can do. Some dog breeds thrive in colder temperatures, but many find the blistering temperatures to be too much for their bodies to handle. Whatever the case may be, there are some simple ways you can keep your dog active in the winter even if he cannot spend much time outside. Listed below are different tricks you can try to let your dog burn off some energy in the cold months of the year.
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