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When it comes to keeping dogs as pets some people prefer large dogs over small dogs. Large dogs do have their share of benefits over small sized dog breeds because other than being just a pet they also play different roles such as security dogs, herding dogs, help to the disabled and much more. Here is a list of 5 Large Dog Breeds and How to Groom Them. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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5 LARGE DOG BREEDS AND HOW TO GROOM THEM
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  • When it comes to keeping dogs as pets some people
    prefer large dogs over small dogs. Large dogs do
    have their share of benefits over small sized dog
    breeds because other than being just a pet they
    also play different roles such as security dogs,
    herding dogs, help to the disabled and much more.
    Here is a list of 5 Large Dog Breeds and How to
    Groom Them.

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1. LABRADOR RETRIEVER
  • The Labrador Retriever called simply as Labrador
    or Labs, are the most popular dogs not only in
    America but also in countries all over the world.
    This dog plays various roles such as a companion,
    guide dog, service dog, show dog, hunting dog,
    search and rescue dog, etc.
  •  Labradors enjoy being in the company of children
    which make them a family friendly dog.
  • These dogs love being outdoors and also like to
    participate in various activities such as
    swimming, going for long walks, etc.
  • Labradors need very basic pet grooming but it has
    to be done regularly. Their coats need frequent
    brushing to decrease the amount of shedding. They
    also need to be bathed once in two weeks unless
    they get too dirty and their nails need to be
    trimmed. You also have to check their ears for
    any infection and have to brush their teeth two
    to three times a week.

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2. GERMAN SHEPHERD
  • The German Shepherd is a large sized breed of
    working dog that had its origins from Germany.
    Until 1977 it was also known as the Alsatian in
    Britain. These dogs are considered as one of the
    smartest of the dog breeds and are also are
    obedient, intelligent, and easily trained.
  •  Since they are one of the most versatile dog
    breeds in the world, they are often employed in
    military, search and rescue and police roles.
    When trained well, these dogs are regarded as a
    safe breed and make for a good family pet. Since
    they were originally herding dogs, German
    Shepherds need a good amount of exercise every
    day.
  • German Shepherds are low maintenance dogs
    however, they do need to be groomed regularly.
    You also have to brush their coats frequently to
    remove dead hair, reduce shedding and to avoid
    matting. Use our recommended brushes. They need
    to be bathed just once every three months and
    their ears need to be frequently checked for
    infections. German Shepherds have short nails so
    you dont need to trim them very often.

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3. GOLDEN RETRIEVER
  • The Golden Retriever is one of the most popular
    dog breeds all over the world. They were
    originally bred as hunting dogs and got the
    name retriever because of their skill to fetch
    the game without harming them, due to their
    delicate mouth.
  • Golden Retrievers are intelligent which is why
    they make great working dogs. They can also be
    seen playing different roles such as hearing dogs
    for the deaf, seeing-eye dogs for the blind,
    hunting and detection dogs, as well as search and
    rescue dogs. These dogs have a very friendly
    nature which makes them a favourite among
    families. Although they love to be indoors, they
    do require to exercise regularly. 
  • Golden Retrievers need to be groomed frequently.
    You need to brush them weekly to control their
    shedding and to maintain their double coat. These
    dogs need to be bathed quite often and their
    nails need to be trimmed twice a month. Other
    than that, you need to check their ears for any
    infections and their eyes, nose, and mouth for
    any inflammation.

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4. STANDARD POODLE
  • The Standard Poodle known simply as Poodle is one
    of the most admired dog breeds in the world and
    they come in three different sizes such as
    standard, toy, and mini. The Standard Poodle was
    recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1887
    and was later bred down to the miniature and toy
    size poodles.
  • This dog is considered as the second most
    intelligent dog after the Border Collie and is
    also very easy to train. The Standard Poodle is a
    crowd-pleaser and so is great with families and
    children. These dogs need a lot of exercise and
    activity, so it is not recommended to keep them
    if you are a busy person.
  • The Standard Poodle needs frequent grooming
    although they dont shed much. This is because
    they have hair and not fur which tends to get
    knotted up if not brushed daily. It is also
    recommended to use a good quality shampoo for
    dogs while bathing your Standard Poodle. Do check
    our range of shampoos. The basic Dog grooming
    like trimming nails, brushing teeth and checking
    eyes and ears for infections also need to be done
    for these dogs.

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5. ROTTWEILER
  • The Rottweiler doesnt have a very good
    reputation since it has always been depicted in a
    negative character in movies and on television.
    But in reality, the Rottweiler is quite the
    opposite and is a very popular large dog breed.
  • These dogs were initially bred as herding dogs
    but today it has various roles such as service
    dog, guard dog, police dog, etc. Rottweilers are
    loyal, friendly and extremely intelligent. They
    get along with children and other pets so they
    will be great for your family.
  • Rottweilers are one of the easiest dogs to groom.
    However, you have to brush their coats daily to
    prevent shedding. They dont need to be bathed
    frequently unless they get very dirty. You have
    to brush their teeth once a week and trim their
    nails at least once a month.

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