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Title: 5 SMALL DOG BREEDS AND HOW TO GROOM THEM


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5 SMALL DOG BREEDS AND HOW TO GROOM THEM
  • If you are looking to own a Pet and wondering
    which type of dog to keep, then let us tell you
    more about the small sized Dogs. Here is a list
    of 5 small Dog breeds and how to Groom them.

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1. PUG
  • The Pug is one of the most popular breeds of
    small dogs who are recognized by their unique
    features of a wrinkly face and a curly tail. They
    come from an ancient breed of dogs, who
    originated in China and were later brought into
    Europe in the 16th century. As compared to their
    ancient counterparts, modern pugs have a square
    and compact body along with a deep chest and
    well-developed muscles. They are the perfect dog
    to keep if you live in an apartment or a small
    dwelling as they can manage well even without a
    yard. However, they are sensitive to extremely
    hot or cold weather and should ideally be kept
    indoors at a comfortable temperature.
  • Pugs have short and shiny coats that are easy to
    groom. You just need to brush them once in a
    while with a firm brush to remove dead hair. You
    can check out our range of brushes here. They
    dont need to be bathed regularly unless they get
    very dirty, but once you bathe them then you have
    to dry them immediately as they are very
    sensitive to temperature. You have to clean their
    facial wrinkles regularly to avoid skin
    infections. Do note that pugs tend to shed
    heavily about twice a year.

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2. POCKET BEAGLE
  • The Pocket Beagle is a miniature version of the
    Beagle dog breed and is a part of the hound group
    of dogs. They have a calm and pleading look along
    with large dark brown or hazel eyes which many
    find difficult to resist. The beagle is a
    fun-loving and playful dog which makes them a
    favourite, especially among children. Although
    beagles can be kept in small dwellings or
    apartments, they do need some kind of activity.
    If you keep a beagle then make sure that you take
    it for a walk daily.
  • Pocket Beagles shed moderately and require
    minimal Pet grooming. You only need to brush its
    coat occasionally with a firm bristle brush and
    bathe them once in a while. Use our recommended
    brush, the Dog Double Sided Brush, Pin
    Bristles.
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3. BOSTON TERRIER
  • The Boston Terrier is an American origin dog who
    was acknowledged by the American Kennel Club in
    1893 as a non-sporting breed. Its coat bears
    resemblance to a tuxedo which has earned it the
    nickname of American Gentleman. Boston Terriers
    are lively dogs who require daily exercise. They
    love to interact with their owners and play
    games. However, they are intolerant to heat and
    anesthesia.
  • Boston Terriers dont need to be groomed that
    often, just an occasional brushing of the coat to
    remove dead hairs is enough. However, since they
    have big eyes, their faces need to be washed
    regularly and their eyes need to be checked for
    any redness or irritation.

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4. CHIHUAHUA
  • The Chihuahua is recognized as the smallest of
    all dog breeds and was named after the state of
    Chihuahua in Mexico. They tend to be very loyal
    to their owners. Chihuahuas prefer warmer weather
    and therefore like to be indoors most of the
    time. However, they do need some exercise so you
    can take them for a short leash walk.
  • They come in various fur colours and coat
    thicknesses. Chihuahuas with smooth coats need to
    be brushed ever so often while those with longer
    coats need to be brushed at least two to three
    times a week.

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5. MANCHESTER TERRIER
  • The Manchester Terrier belongs to the
    smooth-haired terrier dog breed. It got its name
    from the popular English city of Manchester, in
    the 19th century where it was renowned for its
    rat killing skills. This dog is athletic,
    independent and impeccably clean. It makes a
    great apartment pet and gets along well with
    families and children.
  • Manchester Terriers dont need much maintenance
    as you need to brush the coat only once a week
    with a rubber or bristle brush to prevent matting
    and to get rid of any dead hair. Although they
    dont shed much, routine brushing is what keeps
    their shedding in control. Use our Standard
    Self-Cleaning Slicker Brush. Your Manchester
    terrier doesnt need a regular bath unless they
    get very dirty. However, make sure that you use a
    good shampoo for dogs to avoid drying of the skin
    and coat. Small sized dogs are not only cute and
    cuddly but are also easier to take care of, as
    compared to big dogs. So now that you know more
    about small dog breeds, you can consider them the
    next time you think of keeping a dog as a pet.
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    proudly made in USA products. They manufacture
    genuine quality high precision Pet Grooming
    Products like Trimmer, nail clipper, deshedding
    and dematting tool.

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