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There are different breeds of dog available for people to accompany with. Choose the right dog breed for your climate with professional dog grooming in Edmond to have more fun time.

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How to choose the right dog breed for your climate

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Cold climate regions

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COLD CLIMATEREGIONS

Huskies, Newfoundlands, Saint Bernard, Golden Retriever, Bernese Mountain Dog, and the Great Pyrenees, all suited for cold climate regions because their double fur coat helps them to keep warm. These dogs are suited for the cold and snow in a much better way compared to other dogs. Hair shedding is also much higher for thesebreeds.

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Hot warm climate regions

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HOT/WARM CLIMATEREGIONS

Short-haired breeds such as Greyhound, Great Dane or Dachshund, Doberman Pinscher, Dalmatian, Beagle, Border Collie and Cairn Terrier are more suitable for hot weather climates. These breeds do not require a lot of exercises. Unlike humans, they don't have any sweat glands and usually, pant to cool themselves off.

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It s all about the snout

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IT’S All ABOUT THESNOUT

Dogs with longer noses or snout are preferable in warmer climatic regions as they can let in and let out a larger volume of air. Pugs, Boxers and Pekinese, which are flat-faced breeds are uncomfortable in warm weather conditions. The size of the nose matters more than the bodymass.

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Potential skin problems

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POTENTIAL SKINPROBLEMS

Skin problems mainly occur in dogs with wrinkles. It is recommended that you should go for a breed of dog that has no wrinkles in its skin if you are living in a high humidity area. Wrinkle skins trap moisture and help in the formation of bacteria which causes skininfection.

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Potential eye disease problems

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POTENTIAL EYE DISEASEPROBLEMS

High exposure to UV rays causes pannus in the dog's eye. This is common in sunny climate areas where they spent a lot of times outside. Pannus, thickens the scar tissue over the cornea. German Shepherds are primarily affected by pannus while it may also occur among Border Collies, Dachshunds, Greyhounds and SiberianHuskies.

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