Depending on the breed of dog you own, it may be necessary to trim and groom them on a regular basis. One of the bigger problems dogs with hairy feet face is when their owners let the hair on and under their feet grow too long. Thankfully, with a little bit of help from this guide, you can learn to groom your pup's feet in less than 20 minutes (unless you are doing a show cut). Before you start trying to groom your pup's feet, it would help if he knew the four basic commands; 'come', 'sit', 'stay', and 'down'.
You wouldn't think your pup really cares about the condition and length of the hair on his feet. And to be honest he probably doesn't. That is until it has become long enough to make walking difficult at best and downright dangerous at worst. Learning to groom his feet is relatively easy, it just takes a little time and patience.
It is up to you to take care of your pup's every need, this includes grooming his feet. Excessively hairy feet can be painful for your pup to walk on and could lead to a nasty accident. It really doesn't take long for you to take care of this simple task, but a few minutes once a month can mean a world of difference to your pup.