We all love our fur-babies, but a primary concern for dog-parents is the presence of hairballs all over the house. This evidence…
Some dogs shed a lot the others not so much. It’s dependent on the dog breed and the general length of the dog’s hair. If you have a healthy dog, then the average amount of shedding stays fairly constant and it somewhat depends on the changing seasons.
Sometimes your dog may have a health problem that makes it shed more hair than usual. In some cases, the dog can go completely bald. When this happens, be sure to consult your vet. Sometimes a simple change in your dog’s diet might help or medication.