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Even though Pit Bulls have a short coat that lies flat, it is important to groom them consistently as well as provide them with a healthy diet to ensure a beautiful glossy coat.
Border Collie's have a variety of coat lengths with a thick undercoat that needs to be trimmed and groomed in between major sessions to prevent matting.
Bulldogs are a pretty low maintenance dog breed. Learn how to clean your pet's wrinkles here.
The Miniature Pinscher is a long lived, lively dog, often wary of strangers, and very independent. Learn more about this breed and their health concerns here.
Labrador retrievers' hair gets everywhere and on everything. Learn how to remove their hair here.
The Pit Bull has a short coat that requires regular brushing and a good diet in order to keep it in pristine condition. Learn how to keep your Pit Bull's coat healthy here.
If you're not looking for a high maintenance dog that needs constant brushing and clipping, the Boston Terrier might be the right breed for you. Learn how to groom your terrier here.
Boxers have very little odor and stay clean for long periods of time. Still, grooming is an important part of a good health regiment. Learn how to groom your Boxer here.
This type of Dachshund has a short wire-haired coat that requires regular maintenance in order to keep them looking their very best. Learn how to take care of your Dachshund here.
The Pit Bull is an often misunderstood dog. Learn more about this breed's true nature here.
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