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    New dog owner.

    Hey everyone! I've always wanted to have a dog, but since my dad is allergic to dogs, we could never have one. But, now that I'm living alone I got a Pomeranian puppy, and it's almost 3 months now. I'm however, finding difficulty managing it's fur though. I brush him everyday, yet I can find fur all over the place he sits. How do you guys manage it out. Please do advice.
    Life would have been so simpler if everyone had hearts like dogs.

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    Welcome! We'd love to see photos of your puppy. I don't have any advice on your fur issue as I have a French Bulldog. Hopefully someone will be able to help you out with some advice.

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    Welcome I have a English bulldog even though he loses fur it never seems to be on the furniture but does get in the carpet I just vacuum all the time.

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    There is some ways to help with fur and shedding (like a great food, salmon oil, vitamins and supplements). If you dogs skin is very dry they will shed more, and remember twice a year they blow out their coat completely so there is 2 really bad shedding months a year.

    Products you can try: Fromm dog food, Grizzly salmon oil, and NuVet plus supplement.

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    Invest in a really good brush/comb - maybe even the Furminator. Poms are a high shed breed, so you have to stay on top of it constantly…up his grooming to twice a day. Keep a dry mop handy in heavy traffic/laying areas. Cover couches, chairs that he sits in w/washable blankets/sheets. Season changes are going to be even greater shedding times. That along w/a healthy, nutritious diet is all you can really do.

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    Well you should consider changing your dog's diet, maybe you should consult with a vet to ask what to include in the diet to relieve this problem.

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