Did you know that a dogs coat knots from the inside of the coat, the roots, then to the ends? This means that your pet can have the appearance of a neat, long coat and still be knotted. The same applies with breeds that have an undercoat. When brushing your pet it is important that you separate the coat while brushing from the roots to the ends of the hair shaft. Be carful not to scrape the skin.
Keep in mind: Once the coat is in a knotted condition it is best that your groomer shaves the coat down. Combing a lot of knots stresses your pet, causes some hair loss, and makes your pet aggressive towards grooming.
Help make your pets visit to the groomers a true relaxing spa day by simply brushing your pet every time he gets wet, after regular baths, or at least twice a week.