To keep the Belgian Tervueren molted, we comb it daily, removing all Belgian dirt and dust from the hair. The utensils that comb can use a wooden comb, also can use a bristle brush. After each comb, we will also use silk satin or suede to wipe the hair, to make the hair more soft and shiny. In spring and autumn, we should give it a bath every 2-3 weeks; Hot summer should be separated by 1-2 days to take a bath. In the cool season, we should use a towel to dry the hair immediately after the shower. If in winter, we use a hairdryer to dry the dog's hair, so as not to catch a cold.
In an elderly Belgian Tervueren, we'll be keeping an eye on his diet, reducing the strain on the dog's kidneys and the strain on the heart. We should pay special attention to giving dogs zinc, calcium, and vitamins, as well as a variety of mineral vitamins. When dogs get zinc, they will eat dirt, wall skin, and other pica. We can often use jujube boiled water, with jujube water instead of dogs drinking water for iron tonic blood. We can also feed our dog two or three hard-boiled eggs a week to help him get protein.
If we accidentally give our Belgian Tervueren hairspray containing sensitive substances, it can also cause them to become allergic. The first thing to remember is that dogs should not use human body wash, because the ph of their skin is different from that of humans. If they use human body wash, their skin will be allergic and itchy, and over time, skin diseases will come to them! It is recommended that you choose natural low-sensitivity ingredients when choosing wool extract, which will greatly reduce your dog's allergy rate.
Five. When we train the Belgian Tervueren, we should first strengthen the bond with the dog. When we pet the dog, we should pay attention to its expression and reaction, so as to find the most comfortable and relaxed position. Our stroking can be extended slowly to areas where the dog resists, such as limbs or tail, and when the dog gets used to it, it can increase trust in its owner. We can use our fingers to hold snacks while playing games with our dog and call Touch to induce him to actively Touch your hand with his mouth.
When we take care of Belgian Tervuerens, we should always pay attention to whether the water storage equipment in our house will do harm to dogs. Whether in your own home or a friend's home, be careful with water storage equipment. If a puppy accidentally falls into a large fish tank or bath, he can't climb out on his own.