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    Welsh terrier’s care is relatively simple, the hard coat is not easy to form a group, so it is not so hard to comb. It only needs to be combed a few times to finish it quickly, and their fur also gives them enough protection. Whether they are shuttling through bushes or grass, they can be protected from harm, so they should be better protected.

    Generally, it’s best to start grooming your dog from an early age, so that he can adapt to and enjoy the process. Some owners, because they didn’t let it get used to when they were young, will resist or even fear it when they grow up. Some dogs want to escape from the water as soon as they touch it, which makes it difficult for them to have a hairdressing. Therefore, it is necessary to let it form habits from childhood. Of course, it doesn’t mean that the smaller the dog is, the better. For example, the dog just bought can’t bathe for it. It’s necessary to give it a period of time to adapt to the new environment, and then help it to bathe when it grows up a little bit. For Welsh Terrier, if you want to make the coat more beautiful, you need to pluck it. This is only for the condition of little contact with the external environment. On the contrary, you don’t need to pluck it. After all, those quilts have a protective effect on it, and don’t give up its safety for the sake of beauty.

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