Check the skin
The most important part of caring for your Samoyed puppy is to check its skin almost every day. You should make sure that there are no fleas or black specks that are usually left behind by fleas, and are also called flea dirt. Keep in mind that such types of parasites can easily hide in the thick coats of Samoyed dogs.
Brush your puppy once a day
You are required to brush your puppy at least once a day, using a slicker brush. Start brushing from the head and move down towards the tail. You should be paying more attention to the areas behind the Samoyed dog’s ears, elbows, rear end and stomach to make sure that there is no matting. While a Samoyed is a puppy, get it used to the grooming process so that it does not show any resistance as an adult.
Groom the puppy once a month
Due to the thick hair of the Samoyed puppy, it is important to groom it at least once a month. Try to shave the belly, genital and the anal areas as it would help the puppy avoid the tangles. Using the puppy shampoo, you should bath the Samoyed dog once a month, clip its nails and clean the ears.
Assert your dominance over the puppy when young
While the puppy is young, you need to assert your dominance over it. Remember that the Samoyed puppies are quite intelligent and at times can be difficult to train; therefore, you need to be a little persistent.