Shedding is not just for longhaired dogs such as Retrievers and Collies – it can also affect other dogs such as the lovely Beagle breed. Luckily there are many ways you can deal with your Beagle shedding.
Although you may not realize it, Beagle shedding is very common.
As your owner, there are number of things you can do to help with your Beagles shedding.
Read on to learn just what this is:
- The first step to help with Beagle shedding is brushing. Ideally, you should be brushing your Beagle every single day. You should be able to purchase a special grooming brush from a pet store or even from your local vet. As an added bonus, brushing your Beagle every day is an excellent way to bond with them.
- If you feed your Beagle a healthy and nutritious diet, then this will aid in lessening the amount of hair your Beagle sheds. So make sure you choose a quality and reputable brand of dog food for your beloved Beagle. It’s also a good idea to check the back of the packet to make sure it holds all the important nutrients your Beagle needs.
- Another great tip to deal with your Beagle shedding is to give your beloved pet regular baths. When bathing your Beagle, it’s really important that you don’t use human shampoo as this isn’t meant for dogs. Instead, purchase some special dog shampoo from your local pet store or vet.
- A simple way to get rid of unwanted Beagle hair around your home is to vacuum on a regular basis.
- Lint rollers are an excellent way to help remove unwanted Beagle hair from your furniture and clothing. They are a very handy devise to have around if you do own a Beagle. You simply roll the lint roller over your clothing or furniture and the sticky tape on the roller will pick up any stray Beagle hairs.
- A great way to deal with the hair from your Beagle shedding is to make sure your couch has removable covers. When these covers get too ‘hairy’ just simply remove and wash them.
- If your Beagle seems to be shedding an unusually large amount of hair to what they normally do, then it might be a good idea to make an appointment with your local vet. They will be able to check your Beagle out to make sure there is nothing out of the ordinary going on
Most dogs shed hair – it is part of their nature. So remember this and do not be alarmed if your Beagle does start to shed hair. As you can see from the above, there are many different ways you can deal with this Beagle shedding. But remember, as previously mentioned, if your Beagle is shedding a large amount of hair that is out of the ordinary, then make an appointment with your local vet. They will be able to let you know if it is anything to seriously worry about.