BHUBANESWAR, SEPT 30, 2021
The pandemic has been a tough time for our furry friends. They have been unable to step out, take long walks and chase anything that interests them. All they have been doing is lounging and vying for your attention while you work from home. What you may have noticed during this time is the amount of hair they shed.
Now you will see that your pet’s coat is getting even lighter. This could be a sign of pet shedding. It is a natural phenomenon that happens during a seasonal change. However, it is essential to maintain a safe and hygienic environment for them. To ensure your that pets remain protected during the shedding season, you have to brush them every day, add moisture to their diet, use chemical-free floor cleaners like ITC Nimyle, increase water intake and bathe them regularly.
We usually tend to ignore the basics like brushing our 4-legged friends everyday, especially when they are shedding. The best way to control the mess is by using a correct brush that is designed for removing dead hair. Invest in a suitable brush to keep the fur from falling all over the home.
A healthy diet plays a key role in maintaining the perfect balance of nutrients and vitamins in a dog’s body. While some pets might benefit from omega 3 fatty acids, there might also be some breeds who require additional supplements. Do consult your vet before giving them any supplements.
As pet’s skin is exposed to the floors, there are chances of contracting infections and allergies as the cleaners available in the market are filled with chemicals. In such cases, make the switch to 100% natural action floor cleaners such as Nimyle to ensure your pet’s safety.
Ideally, in a day, a dog should drink 1 ounce of water per pound of their body weight. It is said that dehydrated skin is a major cause of hair loss.
Bathing will not only help your pets stay groomed but the activity also cleanses their coat and removes dead hair. Ensure that you use de-shedding shampoos and conditioners that contain moisturizers and omega fatty acids to hydrate their skin, giving them a shinier and healthier coat.
Trying these options will not only keep your pet groomed and healthy, but will also offer the best opportunity to bond with your pet, as the world outside grapples with the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
Jinal Shah, a pet parent of a Labrador says, “Shedding is a very common change that happens during this time of the year. As winter approaches, I see that my pet, Lucky has a full and thick coat of fur. But while he sheds, I get frustrated with the amount of hair that I have to clean on a daily basis. I use a natural, Neem-based floor cleaner like Nimyle that is safe for my pet.”