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Grooming Tips for Non-Shedding Dogs

Groomed, Non-Shedding dos sitting in the grass in Turia Gardens, Valencia, Spain

Hey there doggo lovers! Obi and Alfie have non-shedding coats that really help us keep the apartment hair free and clean, but they can be tricky to handle. We’ve picked up some valuable grooming tips for non-shedding dogs that we’d like to share with fellow dog owners. So, whether you’re new to the world of doggo grooming or simply looking to check out some cute doggo photos, we’ve got you covered.

Start Grooming with the Right Shampoo and Conditioner

The foundation of a healthy coat begins with the right shampoo and conditioner. Cobberdogs, like Obi and Alfie, have beautiful, curly, and soft coats that need special care. Opt for high-quality, hypoallergenic products tailored to your dog’s coat type. This will maintain their natural oils and keep their fur clean and silky. We use cowboy magic (it’s actually designed for horses but gets right into and through their knots!)

Importance of Regular Grooming for Non-Shedding Dogs

One of the joys of having non-shedding dogs is not dealing with heaps of fur everywhere. However, this doesn’t mean you can skip brushing altogether. We’ve found that regular brushing with a slicker brush is pretty essential. Not only does it keep Obi and Alfie looking their best, but it also helps promote healthy skin and keeps the tangles at bay.

This brush is life-changing for knots. It’s the only brush that can cut through the most stubborn of knots after the sand clumps their fur together.

Don’t Forget the Detangling Spray

Longer-haired Cobberdogs like ours can sometimes develop knots and mats. That’s where detangling spray comes to the rescue. This handy product softens those pesky knots, making them easier to brush out and reducing discomfort for your furry friends. Cowboy magic to the rescue again with their detangler and shine!

Longer-haired Cobberdogs like ours can sometimes develop knots and mats. That’s where detangling spray comes to the rescue. This handy product softens those pesky knots, making them easier to brush out and reducing discomfort for your furry friends. Cowboy magic to the rescue again with their detangler and shine!

Invest in a Quality Stainless Steel Grooming Comb for Dogs

A good stainless steel comb with fine and wide-toothed sides is a grooming essential. It ensures that every strand of your dog’s coat is in tip-top condition. We’ve found that it’s perfect for those finishing touches that leave Obi and Alfie looking their absolute best. We use this one…

Grooming Clippers and Scissors for Dogs

While non-shedding dogs don’t lose hair like others, their fur can grow long. That’s where clippers and scissors come into play. Understanding your dog’s grooming needs and consulting with a professional groomer if needed is crucial. Trimming can keep your Cobberdogs comfortable and looking stylish. This kit comes with extra scissors and a comb too.

Accessories for Flair

For those moments when you want to add a bit of style to your Cobberdogs’ look, consider accessories like hair bows, ribbons, or a dashing bandana. Just ensure they’re comfortable and don’t cause any irritation to your beloved pups.

Ear Cleaner and Dental Care

Cobberdogs, like many breeds, need proper ear and dental care. Non-shedding dogs, especially those with floppy ears, can be more susceptible to ear infections. Regular use of a veterinarian-approved ear cleaner and dental care products is essential to maintain their overall health.


These grooming tips for non-shedding dogs are based on our personal experiences with Obi and Alfie. Please note that as an Amazon Associate, we do earn from qualifying purchases but we only promote products we love and have bought ourselves so we can keep this blog running and to buy our doggos extra treats.

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