I know that you also observe the increasing domination of cute dogs in different social media-sharing platforms.
There are videos of them doing intense challenges like jumping in stacks of tissue paper and jumping inside the hula hoops. There are also pranks like recording dogs’ farts and just giving them a cube of food. There are also some dramatic videos that would surely make you say “aww, poor dog”.
Aside from those cute pieces of stuff, there are also these photos and videos of their pets with dyed fur. Examples of these are a poodle with bold and bright pink fur, a Shih Tzu with rainbow ears, and a pure white dog dotted with black dyes to look like a Dalmatian. While it is cute and beautiful in our eyes, the question is: IS COLORING YOUR DOG’S FUR SAFE OR NOT?
It is safe to dye or color a dog’s fur as long as owners are following the right way, according to most health experts.
Below are some helpful guides for dog owners if they are considering dyeing their pet’s fur.
Tips in coloring your dog's fur
Indeed, dogs with colored fur bring so much cuteness and joy to us. In some instances, people find it therapeutic for them as their cuteness relieves their stress.
But, it is their well-being that should matter the most.
Although there are safe ways in dyeing their fur, if your dog doesn’t like it, then stop. Do not make them more appealing but stress deep inside. After all, dogs are dogs and not an accessory to gain popularity.