4 Tips to Manage your Pom’s Intensive Shedding

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All Pomeranians shed.

Either you get a drizzle or it’s a thunderstorm. It is a natural process. They lose old fur to make room for new ones. Some Poms lose more, others less. It all depends on their breed type and season of the year. If you are planning to get a dog, you should get used to it shedding regularly. And yes, it is an absolute hassle to have to clean up after it all the time, but it is just nature doing what it has to do.

Some Pom breeds are mainly found in colder areas and have a double layer of fur. The fur faith of the upper fur is soft; However, the upper skin is generally harder and not so “silky”. The main reason for the second layer of fur is to ensure that the Pomeranian is protected from ice and snow before freezing. Siberian Huskies are a prime example of this, they throw a lot at once and do it regularly!

Dogs either have a single or double coat, depending on their breed. Dogs which shed a lot probably have a double coat. Double coated dogs have a top layer and an undercoat. The primer protects them from cold or water or both and tends to fall out with the season. A single coat lacks this undercoat. Typically, these Pomeranians lose less.

Double-coated breeds and those that shed frequently include Shetland Sheepdogs, Shepherd Dogs, Huskies, Akitas, Labs, and Golden Retrievers. Some single-tier breeds lose a lot, others only minimally. Examples of the former are Dalmatians and Pug. Those who do not shed much are Poodles, Maltese, Bichon fur styles, and Shih Tzus.

Fur loss for Pomeranians generally occur in the four key stages:

  • Phase 1 (Anagen phase): Fur is starting to grow
  • Phase 2 (Catagen phase): Fur reaches a transitional state
  • Phase 3 (Telogen phase): Fur growth ceases
  • Phase 4 (Exogenous phase): Old fur falls out

Some dog breeds tend to shed more than others, but all Poms lose fur.

Causes for Fur Shedding

Weather and Season of the year

People falsely assume that a dog with long fur will lose more fur. It’s not like that, it only seems that way because of the long length of the fur. A Pomeranian that drops fur frequently is due to its longer fur growth. Sometimes, fur gets tangled in the coat of the Pomeranian and does not fall into the ground.

The season of the year also plays a role in the shedding process. Dogs will lose more fur during the warmer months to keep them cool. Your Pom has to shed her coat at different seasons to adapt to changing conditions. Most likely, it will fall the most in autumn and spring. In the fall, she has to make room for a thicker winter coat, while in the spring she has to dig this coat off and get lighter for the summer.

During the cold season, dogs need as much fur as possible during the winter to keep warm. However, as summer approaches, dogs tend to lose their fur because they no longer need it and actually overheat it. By removing the fur, the dog can cool the body more easily and thereby supply air to the skin. If it is unable to shed fur and is overheated, dehydration may occur at this point.

Poor Diet

Apart from the above, there are several other factors that can accelerate the shedding of a dog’s fur. A bad diet is one of them. A dog will lose more fur if its food intake is inappropriate. If a dog is exposed to stressful conditions, your dog could also fall ill. Skin problems, mange, shear fungus and even

cancer can cause fur shedding. Keep in mind that female dogs lose more weight than male dogs.

Removing dead cells

Poms are naturally trying to remove dead skin cells that it carries around with it The human loses dead skin cells on the face, on the fingernails, etc., so that the new cells can regrow again. For Poms, however, the coat can only go up to a certain breed. They remove dead skin cells and throw off their fur; As a result, newer fur can be re-waxed. When all dead skin cells have been removed, your dog can finally grow new fur for the new winter season. This is very similar to a life cycle, only with fur!

Tips to manage your Pom’s fur shedding

Brush your Pom’s fur regularly

If you’re charming Your Pom has the dreaded double coat and causes an absolute mess in your house, there are some ways to manage this whirlwind of fur. You cannot stop your dog from shedding its coat as it is a natural and necessary process. However, you can take some pre-emptive measures such as brushing fur off the dog regularly. There are many types of brushes and de-shedding tools on the market to help you manage Your Pom’s coat.

For best results, try different types of brushes and decide which is best for you and Your Pom. You can also try it with a generic hairbrush or a comb. If you never brush her, she probably will not be pleased with the first or several attempts. So, do not give up a brush if your Pom gets tickled and

tries to run away. Try combining brushing with a treat to make a positive connection. If she just does not sit still for a marathon cleaning session, have a quick break for your Pom and continue again.

Provide nutritious food
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Also, take a look at the type of food you give Your Pom. Higher-quality foods tend to produce a more beautiful coat that sheds less. Talk to your vet about what type of food you could try, and even supplements that might help.

 

 

Have cleaning equipment readily available

In case you have a carpet or upholstery, you may want to invest in a really good vacuum cleaner. if you got a nice vacuum cleaner that can absorb animal fur, it can significantly change the look of your rug and sofas. The same applies to the car, although you can also get seat covers to avoid sucking the seats.

If you have hard floors, you’ll know the sight of Your Pom’ fur gathering in the corners of your room. Little puppies are lurking around every corner. Invest in a good mop for the floors. Get the biggest one you can find as it will make the job much faster and easier.

 
Use home remedies using natural products  cute-Puppy-my-first-pomeranian-

Coconut oil

Coconut oil works wonders for a pomeranian’s skin health. For every 10 pounds of weight, give one teaspoon of coconut oil until your Pom’s skin improves.

Fish oil

Like coconut oil, fish oil is highly beneficial for coating canines. This natural remedy contains omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids that improve pomeranian skin. He also gets a shiny coat!

Olive oil

Olive oil is not only good for humans, but also for pomeranian It has been proven to help promote a healthy and shiny coat in pomeranian Give 1 teaspoon of olive oil per 15 pounds of your pet.

Yogurt

A yeast infection can also lead to failures in Pomeranian. To treat this, regularly give him a small amount of yogurt as a snack. Not only does this help to cure the yeast infection, but also your pet benefits from the nutrients that yogurt contains.

Vinegar

Another ingredient that has proven effective in controlling fungal infection in pomeranian is vinegar Apart from combating the yeast infection, vinegar is also an excellent remedy for many skin problems in dogs.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is good for human health, but can also be useful for a Pomeranian, especially for skin health. Apply Vitamin E directly to your dog’s coat to combat dry skin and excessive fur loss.

Try these ingredients to minimize dog drop-outs – they are inexpensive and commercially available. If your dog’s condition does not improve after some time, it is still best to consult your veterinarian.

Get a furless dog

As a dog owner, dog shedding is one of the few problems you have to face! Just about every type of dog will shed, but you can opt for a completely furless dog like the American Furless Terrier On the good side, different dogs will drop at different rates, making your dog either heavy or easy to fall off. This depends on many factors.

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