How to groom a Cockapoo and other Poodle mixe

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Regular Brushing is Key: Gently brush your Cockapoo's curly coat at least three times a week to prevent matting and tangling. Use a slicker brush to reach the undercoat and keep the fur smooth and healthy.

Bathing Basics: Bathe your Poodle mix every 4-6 weeks to maintain cleanliness. Use a dog-specific shampoo to avoid skin irritation and thoroughly dry their coat to prevent fungal infections.

Eye Care: Check and clean your Cockapoo's eyes regularly to prevent tear stains. Use a damp cloth to wipe away any discharge and consult your vet if you notice persistent issues.

Ear Cleaning Routine: Poodle mixes, with their floppy ears, are prone to ear infections. Clean ears monthly using a vet-approved solution and cotton balls, ensuring they're dry to thwart bacteria growth.

Teeth Maintenance: Regularly brush your Cockapoo's teeth to prevent dental issues. Introduce them to tooth brushing gradually, using a dog-friendly toothpaste and a soft-bristled brush.

Proper Nail Trims: Keep your Poodle mix's nails trimmed to a comfortable length. If you're unsure, consult your vet or a professional groomer to avoid cutting into the quick, causing pain and bleeding.

Professional Grooming: Schedule regular professional grooming sessions, typically every 6-8 weeks, to maintain coat health and get a trim if needed. Professional groomers are skilled in breed-specific cuts for Poodle mixes.

Hydration and Nutrition: Ensure your Cockapoo gets a balanced diet and stays hydrated. Proper nutrition contributes to a healthy coat and skin, reducing shedding and promoting overall well-being.

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