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How to use a lice comb？
Lice on puppies, especially long-haired dogs, are harder to detect. They often scratch the itchy spots and bite their own fur. If they are not suffering from skin diseases such as eczema, most of them have lice. Lice live by sucking blood and live outside the body. It is also the main source and vector of skin diseases in puppies and adult dogs, which greatly affects the health of dogs. Domestic dogs must always pay attention to whether they have lice. The easiest way to get rid of lice is to bathe your pet regularly, comb your pet's hair every day, and use a professional lice comb. The gap between the lice comb teeth is extremely close, which can effectively remove hidden fleas, lice, ticks, etc.; it is economical and convenient to use.
How to use the lice comb: Short-haired dogs-first use a comb to open the knotted hair, and then use the lice comb to stick the combed hair away. Long-haired dog-first pick up the dog's hair with your hands to see the lower part of the hair, then use a comb to comb through the knotted hair and take the broken hair away. Leave room to hold the knotted fluff, leave the knotted part and comb gently with an open-knot comb. Don't use excessive force when encountering induration, so as not to pull off the fluff, press and comb the root part of the hair. The fluff is easy to break when encountered in the cutting edge, so you must be careful when combing. To remove knots as soon as possible, the knotted rows may need to be cut short as a whole
Combing sequence: starting from the neck, from front to back, from top to bottom, starting from the neck to the shoulders, then depending on the back, chest, waist, abdomen, and hindquarters, then comb the head, and finally the limbs and For the tail, comb one side after combing the other side.
The combing technique of lice combs: The comb should be combed and pulled quickly in the direction of hair growth. When grooming long-haired dogs, some people only comb the long hair on the surface and neglect the combing of the undercoat (down). The undercoat of a dog is soft and dense. If it is not combed for a long time, it is easy to form tangles and can even cause eczema, ringworm or other skin diseases. When grooming a long-haired dog, you should comb layer by layer, that is, turn up the long hair, and then comb the undercoat.
How to open the knots of the lice comb: For dogs with serious tangles, you should use a comb or a wire brush along the direction of hair growth, starting from the tip of the hair, and then combing to the root of the hair. Do it little by little, and don't pull it hard, so as not to cause pain or pluck the hair. If the felting is serious, use scissors to cut the felt pieces in the direction of the hair roots, and then comb them. If they still cannot be combed, you can only cut off the felt part. It should be noted that dogs with knotted hair must not be wetted. Once wet, it will be more difficult to comb.
Precautions for lice combs:
1. Do not use for purposes other than pet care.
2. Store in a place out of reach of children.
3. Using a lice comb to force or treat your pet dog's skin harshly will cause skin inflammation. Be especially careful to treat pet dogs who suffer from dermatitis, which can be weak and sensitive skin.