A dog’s scalp is like a mini-hairball, with a thin strand of hair stuck to it.
But once it gets bigger, this strand can become tangled up in other hairs and become difficult to remove.
To avoid getting this tangled-up hair in the first place, it’s important to get the hair out before it gets to be too big for the dog’s skin.
If you’re unsure about whether your dog has a hair problem, here are some tips to get rid of that unwanted strand:Apply lotion or soap to the hair on the scalp that you think has gone out.
If the hair is still tangled up, use a razor to cut off the tangled strand.
You can then apply a thin layer of hair-repellent ointment to the area, to prevent the hair from sticking to the skin.