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  • What you Need to Groom your Beagle

    While Beagle care usually requires little to keep your pet clean and looking healthy, there are a few pet grooming items you should have on hand from the day you bring your Beagle puppy home with you. Items that will make keeping the skin and coat healthy and clean as well as provide other Beagle care benefits.

    One of the first things you will want to have is a hound glove for brushing your pet on a regular basis, usually two or three times a week as part of regular Beagle care. This helps keeps the Beagle?s coat clean and soft as well as helping to remove loose hairs. A soft brush can also be used and brushing should be supplemented with the use of a flea comb to remove smaller bits of dust and dirt to prevent any odors from appearing on your pet.

    Nail clippers are also needed to clip the toenail about every two weeks, depending on how active the pet is and how fast the nails wear down during regular exercise. As part of a Beagle care regimen, they are available in either pliers style or a guillotine and either one will work as long as they are sharp. If you cannot change the blades throw then away and pick up a new pair of trimmers. Dull nail cutters will pinch the pet?s toes when using them and may cause uneven cutting.

    Beagle Hair Cuts Not Normally Needed

    Unless you plan to show your Beagle, haircuts are not a normal part of Beagle care, but you may find a need to trim a few spurious hairs or even the eye lashes if they begin to threaten to grow into your Beagle?s eyes. Your Beagle?s short hair should remain looking clean and healthy just through regular brushing.

    Occasionally, your pet may find a need to roll around in dirt or something more objectionable and you will want to give him a bath. Using no tears pet shampoo is recommended and the dry, no rinse shampoos will also work well for Beagle care in case of the need for a bath. Additionally, a tooth scaler will be handy, as the pet gets older to help remove tartar that will develop on its teeth, if tartar control dog treats do not do the job.

    Professional breeders and veterinarians also offer advice on Beagle grooming as part of a regular Beagle care program and can give you some expert grooming tips for your Beagle.

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