1. Brush and groom daily.
Set aside 10-20 minutes daily to spoil your pooch with some brushing and bonding time. Deep brushing will help distribute your pet's natural oils over the skin and coat.
The circulation to the underlying skin will help keep the skin rejuvenated. While grooming, you'll also be removing dead hair before it has the chance to invade your home.
2. Use a good dog hair removal tool.
Unlike grooming brushes, dog hair removal tools will actually help extract excess fur. There are many de-shedding tools that make excess hair removal a cinch. Shedmonster and the FURminator are both popular de-shedding tools. We recommend using a de-shedding tool 1-2 times per week.
3. Bath consistently, not too often.
Bathing can help prevent dry skin and itchiness by removing surface allergens. A bath once every three weeks should be enough. Unless your pet is dirty, don't bathe more often than that. This will help prevent the skin from drying and releasing more hair. Avoid synthetic and human shampoo sold in the marketplace. Choose a shampoo and conditioner with gentle, natural ingredients.
4. Add and rotate Omega-3s from fish oil.
Adding high-quality, wild fish oils to the diet is the magic holistic potion. The new, life-changing strategy for skin and coat health is Fish Oil Rotation. Rotate Pure Omega Fish Oil with Pure Alaskan Salmon Oil. You're going to find this the most effective way to rejuvenate the skin. Thus, reducing unwanted, unnecessary, excessive shedding.
5. Catapult the results with probiotics.
You're almost there! You need one more anti-shedding addition, Pure Digestion Probiotics Chews. These will help detoxify the gut, allowing it to absorb vitamins and nutrients. Increasing the effects of the fish oils, resulting in healthy skin and a lustrous coat. They will also prevent bad bacteria from building up. Which over time can damage and inflame the skin.