The Bichon Frise dog with curly white hair looks very much like a marshmallow, which is very cute. But what should we do if their hair is dry? In fact, in our daily life, there are many long-haired dogs whose hair texture is not very good, and often appear dry knot, and no luster and so on. Especially for the Bichon Frise, which is always curly. Once these things happen to the hair, they don’t look so beautiful anymore. What should we do to deal with Bichon Frise’s coat hair dry?
To solve the problem of boring dog hair, we should first judge whether it is caused by the health problems of Bichon Frise dogs. You should know that if Bichon Frises are malnourished, lack trace elements such as protein and vitamins, and suffer from skin diseases, their hair will also be unhealthy.
So want to avoid bear hair boring problem. We have to start with diet. Do not let their food too single, leading to a lack of trace elements in the body. Moreover, we should often observe the skin of the Bichon Frise. Once we find that the dog’s skin is red, swollen, hairless, or lumpy, we must take the dog to the hospital for examination to confirm whether it is a skin disease, and then treat it as soon as possible.
In addition, in addition to food and health problems, we also need to pay special attention to daily maintenance. First of all, we can see from the bath for the Bichon Frise. First, we can’t bathe frequently. Second, we must choose pet shampoo for bathing them. Third, we must dry and blow-dry the Bichon Frise dog’s body in time after bathing to ensure that the fur is dry. Then we have to comb the Bichon Frise‘s hair at least twice a day, mainly to remove the fallen hair and dander, and secondly, to ventilate the fur. In addition, proper exposure to the sun can also promote the blood circulation of their bodies, which is of great help to their hair health.
Komondor temperature is lively and energetic, and is considered a good partner. They are very cute dogs and don't need much exercise. Komondor is a smart breed with a strong protective instinct.
Hungarian Komondor dog is a native breed in Hungary. The National Bank of Hungary (October 4) issued a new collection coin highlighting a native Hungarian dog breed, the second in a series of coins launched last year to commemorate Hungarian Komondor dog