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  • Expert Grooming Tips For Your Great Dane

    The Great Dane requires the minimum possible grooming. Nonetheless, this Great Dane care task cannot be ignored. Even though this giant pet needs the least of grooming, its size makes this task extremely taxing. Whether it is giving a bath or whether it is brushing it, the size makes a lot of difference, even if this dog is as patient and sweet tempered as a lamb.

    Some Short Cuts That Pay Great Dividends Great Dane Care That Matters

    There are many expert tips available from different sources, which will make your grooming session easier, more efficient, and with excellent results. A few of these Great Dane care tips have been compiled here. I trust these will help you.

    1. Many reports show that feeding the Great Dane on BARF improves the body mass and coat of the dog. It also improves the consistency of the stools, and cleans its teeth. You may like to try it for a trial period (one month at least) and see for yourself.

    2. Bathing a Great Dane can be a major task. You can put it off for a while if you use grooming powder and daily brush. The coat stays shiny and does not smell.

    3. For a glossy sheen and protection of hair, you may like to use a little coconut oil on the fur. Take care that you do not use too much, as this oil has a peculiar odor and may aggravate the natural skin smell of the dog.

    4. One Great Dane care concern is the fact that these dogs develop callouses which look terrible. Rubbing a little balm daily on the elbows will ensure that the skin stays soft and supple.

    5. Cleaning the ears can be easy as 1-2-3. You will need a mixture of rubbing alcohol and white vinegar in a 50:50 ratio and few large cotton balls. Make sufficient mixture to soak the cotton and then squeeze the liquid in the ear of the Great Dane. Allow it soak for about 10 seconds holding the head of the dog still; then let him shake his head. Most of the dirt (wax) will fall off. After this, take the cotton swabs and rub the ears carefully. You will have sparkling clean ears in no time.

    6. If you are bothered (and smothered) by the shedding of the hair of your Great Dane, use this short-cut Great Dane care tip - take a horse shedding blade and run it over the coat you will instantly remove all the dead hair from the coat. Repeat the process every two-three days and forget about seeing any hair indoors anymore.

    Often when you feel you know all about Great Dane care you may start contemplating breeding your Great Dane. Before you take it up however, find out whether this is a good idea or not.

    Attention: To discover how YOU can have the Happiest, Healthiest and Best Behaved Great Dane, get a copy of this Great Dane Guide NOW!

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