If your dog has a short coat, you may not need to worry about the hair between the pads of his paws getting too long. However, if the hair between his pads grows long enough that it sticks out past the pads you should learn how to remove hair from dog paws.
Many pet owners don’t bother worrying about something that seems so trivial, but it’s actually very important that you don’t let this hair get too long. Think of all the debris that could get built up in that fur if you leave it long.
The fur on your dog’s paws is just as likely to get matted as the fur on the rest of his body. Mats pull the fur tight, causing pressure on the dog’s skin that results in pain. Not to mention, if he has anything built up in that hair he has to step on it every time he walks.
It will only be a matter of time before long paw hair turns into a big problem. To save yourself and your pet the trouble, watch the video on how to remove hair from dog paws. If it’s required, you should trim the hair on his paws every time you trim his nails.
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How to Remove Hair from Dog Paws
Learning how to remove hair from dog paws is actually quite simple. Just remember to go slowly and be very careful. Working…