Grooming Checklist for Dogs
To make sure your puppy always looks as cute as he did the day you brought him home, make sure you buy grooming supplies that are well-suited to his particular coat.
For shorthaired breeds, use a brush with natural bristles, a rubber currycomb or a hand mitt.
For longhaired breeds, you’ll want a sturdy wide-toothed metal comb, and perhaps a mat splitter.
No matter what your dog’s hair type, though, be sure to buy him a flea comb and establish a regular grooming routine as early as possible.