Category Care

Why Do Samoyeds Have a Sensitive Stomach?

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Why Is My Samoyed a Picky Eater? The main reason for a Samoyed being a picky eater is their sensitive stomach. Let’s discuss the most common health conditions a Sammy faces, why Samoyeds are picky eaters and what food to…

Can I feed my Samoyed Dog a Raw Diet?

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Feeding a Samoyed a raw diet: How to start? Since Samoyeds were sledding dogs, most of what they ate consisted of raw products. A raw diet is usually ideal for a sled dog such as a Samoyed since they used…

How Often You Should Groom a Samoyed

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Samoyed Grooming Tips If you see pictures with Samoyeds, the first thing you notice is their thick white fur. Grooming your Samoyed is one of the essential aspects you need to consider before getting a Samoyed. Their thick fur usually…

Samoyed Fur Blankets and Clothes

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Samoyeds fur clothes Did you know that you could use the fur from your beloved Samoyed to make your next sweater? Samoyed fur consistently ranks on the top ten lists of anyone who spins dog hair into yarn. Also known…

How to Trim Samoyed Overgrown Nails Safely?

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Trimming Samoyed overgrown nails safely Samoyeds are one of the most intelligent and gentle dog breeds. Samoyeds must be groomed regularly, especially during the summer. One of the biggest tasks in grooming dogs is maintaining their nails paw perfect!  …

Shaving vs Trimming your Samoyed. Pros & cons

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An Essential Guide to Grooming your Samoyed Taking care of your Samoyed means maintaining its fluffy hair and keeping it beautiful and clean. Grooming a Samoyed plays an essential part in keeping them healthy and tidy pets. The grooming methods…

Trimming Samoyed nails when a dog is scared of it

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How to make nail trimming stress-free for a Samoyed Trimming your dog’s nails regularly is a necessary component of pet hygiene. Let’s explore some ways to calm Samoyed before nail trimming, but first, we should understand a dog’s natural response…