There is a saying in the pet world that there are three kinds of butts in the world that can heal the heart, besides Shiba Inu and Fighting Dog, there is another kind of short-legged Corgi. However, many owners of corgis respond that although corgis are short-haired dogs, the hair on their butts is long and their legs are short, so the hair on their butts is always covered with feces.
There is a saying in the pet world that there are three kinds of asses that can heal the heart, besides Shiba Inu and Fighting Dog, there is also a short-legged Corgi. However, many owners of corgis respond that although corgis belong to short-haired dogs, the hair of the buttocks is longer plus the legs are short, and the hair of the dog's buttocks will always be covered with feces.
No matter how cute the butt is, it is always a bit dirty with feces, and if left unattended for a long time, it can even breed bacteria and cause illness. However, it's a lot of work to clean his butt every time he defecates, so the best solution is to trim his butt to prevent feces from getting on it. So what should you do to trim the hair around your Corgi's butt? What are some of the issues to keep in mind? Here's a look at it with Pokey.
The first thing we need to do is to prepare for the trimming. The first thing to do is to help the dog to wash the dirty hair around the buttocks, and to untie the hard knots of hair due to dirt, to confirm the scope of the trimmed hair, and for the safety of the dog's buttocks, we had better choose small, safe and easy to use scissors to trim.
During the trimming process, it is important to hold the dog's body in place so that it does not struggle. You can talk to your dog while soothing him and make sure he doesn't move around before trimming. Use a small pair of scissors to cut the hair around the buttocks and trim it in a circle with a radius of 2 to 3 cm from the anus. Some owners have also trimmed into a peach heart for their own bad taste, so if you're good at it, try it out.
When trimming, you should note that the skin of the Corgi buttocks is very soft, is more likely to be injured parts, so before trimming must confirm the location, do not randomly under the scissors, otherwise it will cause serious injury to the dog, so first confirm the location is very important. When trimming, you should also pay attention to the severity of the injury, the dog's skin is also very vulnerable to injury, so you must be careful.