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In Need Of Brushing Tips
I have a Mini Aussie, Roscoe, who will be a year old in just a couple days. Every time I grab his brush he wants to bite it. If I leave the brush where he can see it he'll try to grab it and chew on it. Any tips to stop him from doing that?
Also when I can keep him calm enough and not attack the brush he'll stay on his back. If I try to flip him over to brush his back, he'll just roll over onto his back. I've tried to reward him with treats when he sits but he will not stay sitting. The hair on his back isn't horrible but it is standing all over the place. He does have an appointment with a groomer but it's not till May 31.