According to Curtis, a thorough undercoat removal by a groomer every 8 to 12 weeks will allow your dog's skin and coat to breathe without losing functional .
Can you over groom a dog?
Even dogs who require frequent at-home groomings for coat maintenance still usually only need to be brushed a few times each week. You cannot overbrush your dog, but you should be mindful of the types of grooming tools you're using and watch out for signs of skin irritation such as redness or dryness.
How often should a dog go to the groomers?
For grooming, we recommend bathing and grooming once a month. It's especially important for breeds with curly or wavy hair that their coats are routinely maintained so they won't have to be shaved bald. We recommend seeing a professional groomer at least once a month.
What does over grooming look like in dogs?
This may include hair loss or bald patches, red areas on the skin, pimple-like lesions, dandruff, skin or coat discoloration, yellow or green discharge, or even limping. Some pets may also show obvious signs of discomfort while licking or grooming. Signs may include vocalizing, whimpering, moaning, or groaning.
Can I groom my dog every week?
Long-haired dogs need a bath every 4 to 6 weeks, complemented by a haircut every 8 to 12 weeks, says Curtis. A good balance of both can be achieved with a visit from a groomer every six weeks. The more you brush your dog at home, Curtis notes, the longer you can go between visits from the groomer.