Swedish Vallhund are short-haired dogs, so it's easy for us to groom our dogs without having to spend a lot of money on grooming every year like other breeds. We just want to ensure simple grooming once a day, once a month to wash it. However, it's important to note that we should not give our dogs human body wash, as this could cause skin problems, so we'd better use pet-specific cleaning products.
Swedish Vallhund is not picky about what they eat, but we try to ensure that our dogs are fed with natural food, and we refuse all kinds of commercial food sold in supermarkets, which are heavy in oil and salt. We can also give our dogs carrots regularly for nutrition and teeth grinding. In addition, Swedish Vallhund's body shape determines that he needs a lot of calcium, so we try to choose a high-calcium diet and pay attention to chondroitin supplement after middle age.
Due to the inflammation caused by external stimuli, when the Swedish Vallhund is bitten by fleas and ticks, comes into contact with chemical agents with sensitive substances in the ingredients, and is infected by bacteria and mold, it will cause the dog to be allergic. Fleas or mites are common allergens.
We can relax our Swedish Vallhunds by going for a walk or play a game to improve our relationship. Note that each assignment should be simple and clear so that the dog does not confuse or suspect or resist the owner's instructions.
We should pay attention to keep the Swedish Vallhund away from Windows and balconies when taking care of the dog. We should avoid leaving Windows and balconies open, as puppies are small enough to pass through the fence. It can also climb onto furniture and overturn it.