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    As we all know, the dog’s buttocks are easy to be contaminated with feces, which affects the dog’s cleanness and tidiness. If the owner doesn’t clean it up, it may also cause dog diseases. Come and see how to care for your dog’s buttocks. It’s easy to get feces around the buttocks of a Colossus, especially the feces of a long haired dog. If you don’t pay attention to it, it will breed bacteria and cause disease. But it’s too difficult to clean it every time after excretion, so it’s better to cut the hair around the anus in advance to prevent fecal contamination.

    1. Before trimming, first wash the dirty hair with bath gel, and untie the hair knot which is hard due to the dirt, confirm which place should be cut and which place should not be cut, and then carefully trim. In order to ensure the safety of dogs, small sharp and easy-to-use scissors are used for trimming. In order to ensure that the dog does not move, you can talk with the dog while taking care of it. The hair around the anus is very thick. In order to prevent fecal contamination, it is better to cut it short. Lift up the tail, fix the dog’s body, cut off the hair around the anus with small scissors, with the anus as the center and the radius of 23cm as a circle.

    2. It is necessary to confirm the position of the anus. The skin of the anus is very soft, and the parts that are easy to be injured should not be cut at will before setting the position of the anus, otherwise it will cause serious injury to the dog, so it is very important to confirm the position of the anus first.

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