Do Beagles Shed a Lot?
Why Beagles Shed?
What Time of The Year Do Beagles Shed the Most?
Why Is My Beagle Shedding Excessively?
How to Control Beagle Shedding?
Although Beagles shed, you can control that quite a bit through proper care.
Try brushing your Beagle’s coat once or twice a week The first time you do this, you will possibly be very surprised and scared because you will get a lot of hair out. Even though it might be surprising to you, this is quite normal. The second time you brush them you will notice that it is really not that big of a deal. You will realize that beagles shed but that you can control how much hair you get at a time by brushing regularly.
When a Beagle sheds, you have to use a special kind of brush to brush him and remove dead hair! Normally, during regular grooming sessions, you can just brush your Beagle with a fine-toothed comb or a medium bristled brush. If your Beagle is shedding, however, and that is the reason that you are brushing him or her, you should use a special shedding brush. You could also use a dog brush glove, which is a glove that you put on your hand. It allows you to reach every single area of the dog’s body with ease.
Loose fur can easily get caught in this kind of a brush and so it makes it easier to remove the extra hair that you might want to get rid of.
You should also vacuum your house about three times every week. This will keep the hair out of the couches, your clothes, and your bedding.