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Grooming Your K9 This Winter

Regular grooming can help your dog weather the winter cold better. Wet, matted fur and dry winter skin can cause your K9 discomfort during chilly months. Dry your dog thoroughly after baths. Brush and groom your dog regularly to help remove matted hair and stimulate circulation, which will help keep your dog’s skin and coat healthy. Your K9’s thick coat helps retain his or her body heat, so never shave your dog’s coat during cold months.

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