These dogs are often said to be long-haired. In fact, their coat has different hair lengths at the same time which can range from 2mm to 30cm. These breeds are therefore not really long-haired. Their coat is a combination of a long, thick, silky coat and a limited amount of short, smooth coat. The longer areas of the coat tend to become tangled quickly and the skin can become irritated or infected from the lack of air circulation. The hair between the toes is long and, like the long fur on the body, can quickly get tangled. Moreover, because of these long hairs, dirt and sand easily get stuck between the toes, which can be very painful and uncomfortable for the dog.
The longer hair and the outer coat collar, breeches, tail have mosaic hair. In principle, the undercoat sheds twice a year by block shedding, but this strongly depends on the climate in which the dog lives.t.
For general maintenance of healthy coats, the
the right products. We recommend using the Biphasic spray weekly, for drying and also before brushing to protect the coat from damage. This combination ensures that the skin receives the right nutrition and hydration to stay healthy, get through the moulting phase and quickly produce new healthy coat.
- Follow ourwas protocol for healthy coats to experience the best results. This is also sent in the box with the products.
During the molt / after a litter / during the coat change period from puppy to adult:
We recommend mixing the Purifying shampoo with the Biohorse shampoo, after the shampoo the Olive balsam omega 3 & amp; Use 6 conditioner and the Biphasic leave in conditioner for drying and brushing.en.
In these cases, we recommend that you use ourprotocol for coat growth to follow. This is also always sent in the box with an order of Biohorse shampoo.
Use the products according to our tutorial:
If you have any questions, send us a chat!
Breeds: Aidi, Australian Shepherd, Chihuahua, Chowchow, Eurasian, Groenendael, Icelandic Dog, Japanese Spitz, Karelian Bear Dog, Keeshond, Lapinkoira, Lapphund, Pekingese, Samoyed, Sarplaninac, Schetland Sheepdog, Scottish Collie, Saint Bernard, Tervino Shepherd, Volpino Shepherd italiano, Pomeranian, Pomeranian, Pomeranian, Akita-inu, Alaskan Malamute, Anatolian Shepherd, Australian Shepherd, Australian Cattle Dog, Beauceron, Central Asian Shepherd Dog, Chow-chow, German Shepherd Dog, Finnish Spitz, Greenland Dog, Hokkaido-inu, Dutch Shepherd , Jämthund, Kai, Karelian Bear Dog, Kelpie, Lancashire Heeler, Lapinporokoira, Norwegian Buhund, Norwegian Elkhound, Norwegian Lundehund, Norbottenspets, East Siberian Laika, Rafeiro do Alentejo, Russian-European Laika, Saarloos Wolfhound, Samoyed Wolf, Czechoslovakian Wolf from Maremma and Abruzen, Bernese Mountain Dog, Borzoi, Border Collie, Clumber Spaniel, German Longhair Pointing Dog, Epagneul Bleu de Picardie, Epagneul Breton, Epagneul Pont-Audemer, Epagneul Français, Epagneul Picard, Flat Coated Retriever, Golden Retriever, Large Münsterländer, Caucasian Shepherd Dog, Kooikerhondje, Kuvazs, Landseer ECT, Leonberger, Mastiff, Newfoundlander, Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, Podenco Ibicenco, Slovakian Berghond Tchouvatch, Stabij, Tatra Dog, Tibetan Mastiff, Tibetan Spaniel, Affenpinscher, Airedale Terrier, Australian Terrier, Basset Fauve de Bretagne, Border Terrier, Bouvier des Flandres, Cairn Terrier, Cesky Fousek, Dandie Dinmont Terrier, German Hunting Terrier, German Wirehaired Pointing Dog pointing dog spiked hair, Fox Terrier, Grand Basset Griffon Vendéen, Grand Griffon Vendéen, Griffon belge, Griffon Bleu de Gascogne, Griffon bruxellois, Griffon Fauve de Bretagne, Griffon Korthals, Griffon Nivernais, Dutch Shepherd, Dutch Smoushond, Irish Terrier, Irish Wolfhound , Laekenois, Lakeland Terrier, Norfolk Terrier, Norwich Terrier, Otterhound, Parson Russell Terrier, Peintinger Beagle, Petit Basset Griffon Vendéen, Picardy Sheepdog, Podenco Ibicenco, Poodle Pointer, Schnauzer, Scottish Terrier, Sealyham Terrier, Sussex Spaniel, Tosa-inu, VizslaVizsla