By: Anushka Jha
Proper grooming is crucial for your dog's well-being. Regular baths keep their coat clean and healthy, preventing skin issues.
Choose a dog-friendly shampoo to avoid irritation. Massage it gently, focusing on problem areas like paws and underbelly.
Maintain a lukewarm water temperature. Too hot can burn sensitive skin, while too cold may cause discomfort. Find the right balance.
Pay attention to ears and eyes during bath time. Use a damp cloth to wipe around eyes, and be cautious while cleaning ears to prevent infections.
Pat your dog dry with a towel, then use a hairdryer on a low setting. Ensure they are completely dry to prevent skin issues.
Brushing your dog's coat after a bath removes loose fur and prevents matting. It also promotes a shiny, healthy coat.
End the bath on a positive note with treats and praise. Associating bath time with rewards creates a positive experience for your furry friend.