Bathing a dog?

24 Jan 2011 | by | Posted in: Grooming

Bathing a dog?

Start by brushing the coat thoroughly to get rid of any knots and mats before bathing the dog. Then wet the coat all over and apply the dog shampoo, working it into a lather, while taking care that it does not get in the dog’s eye or ears. Allow it to act for a few minutes, then rinse with copious water.
It’s a good idea to rinse the head last, as the dog is likely to want to shake its head dry.
Wipe it down vigorously and leave him in a warm room.
In summer, an alternative is putting him in the garden or taking him for a walk, as long as he does not like rolling around in the muck.
A hairdryer can be used if the dog is happy with that, but care should be taken not to burn the dog and the hair should be brushed at the same time.

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