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Dogs do not require daily bathing like humans do, but a bath every now and then is not harmful. Although there are many different types of fur, some of them can be difficult to work with, which is why a professional dog salon can complete the task flawlessly and ensure that the fur and skin are properly cared for. Aside from the type of coat, a number of factors influence how frequently the dog should be bathed.
This could be the case if the dog spends a lot of time in the forest and other wet areas and is dirty after a walk, if it has skin issues that require it to use a special shampoo, if it likes to roll in mud and get dirty, or even if it is clean but is mostly driven in urban areas with few opportunities to go into the forest. There is no correct or incorrect frequency for bathing a dog because these factors vary from dog to dog.
Good advice for dog washing
- Brush the fur and avoid felt knots before washing
- Choose the right shampoo
- Avoid too high a water pressure
- Use lukewarm water
- Start by getting the dog wet from the tail up towards the neck
- Take care of the ears
- Take care of the eyes
- Make sure the coat is completely wet before shampooing
- Give the dog a nice massage
- Let the shampoo sit for 10 minutes
- Use conditioner if necessary
- Rinse the shampoo and conditioner completely
- Dry the dog completely after bathing, first with a towel and then preferably with a hairdryer or a long walk if it is not cold
- Finally, brush the dry coat
Can puppies be bathed?
Baths are allowed for puppies so that they become accustomed to them and do not become fearful of them. You can give your puppy a quick bath once a month even if it isn't dirty. However, take it slowly at first and limit it to short baths, possibly only of the lower half of the body, to avoid water reaching the neck and head. Begin by filling a tub/tub with water, which should be just enough to cover the dog's paws. After that, the puppy can be immersed in water and lavished with praise and treats.
Which shampoo and conditioner should I use?
Use only premium shampoo and conditioner. Preferably one made without the use of unnecessary ingredients, using only natural and pure ingredients. Because not all dogs and fur types are created equal, choose a shampoo and conditioner for your dog. Your dog's fur and skin may be more delicate, he may be allergic, he may have a thick, greasy coat, or he may have very dull or dry skin.
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