The baths Depending on the texture of the hair, the frequency of baths varies; it is therefore necessary to wash short hairs only when they are dirty, short hairs...

The baths

Depending on the texture of the hair, the frequency of baths varies; it is therefore necessary to wash short hairs only when they are dirty, short hairs twice a year on average and long hairs approximately every three months.

Small dogs can be washed in a baby tub or tub, and large dogs in the tub or outside (weather permitting). A rubber mat will prevent uncontrolled slipping which could permanently hurt or frighten the dog. Lukewarm water should be used along with a special shampoo for canine skin. Products intended for humans (even for infants!) Are too acidic and irritate the skin.

Bathing your dog
The coat must be brushed before starting the bath to loosen the knots. Wet the entire body of the dog. Lather the shampoo paying attention to the ears and eyes; leave to act for a few minutes then rinse thoroughly. It is better to rinse the head last, otherwise the dog may shake. Vigorously mop the dog and leave it in a warm room. In summer, it is possible to leave the dog outside or go for a walk with him if he does not tend to roll around. If the dog supports it, it can be dried with a dryer: you must be careful not to burn it and to brush it while drying it.

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