Wise Library 1985 ｜Margaret W. Lavigne
The soap foam might get into their eyes and the bath is slippery. In other words, they sense dangers around. If your dogs have been falling or getting attacked by the soap foam, they might hate bathing in the future. Thus, try to create happy memories for your dog.
Bathing in a Sleepy tub Is risky
It’s hard for the dogs to keep balance as they stay in the slippery wet tub. Make sure you bath your dog with a comfortable temperature in a slow tender speed. Make sure you bath your dog in a safe non-slippery space. For most dogs, bathing in a sleepy tub is risky, dangerous and terrifying. In other words, the dogs sense danger as they are forced to walk into the slippery tub. Thus, put a mat or a big towel down on the floor of the bathtub do help lower dogs’ fear and anxiety.
Dogs Are Sensitive to Smell
Never bathe your dog with human’s shampoo or body wash. Dogs are sensitive to smell. Dogs will be disturbed by strongly scented soaps.
Go for an unscented bathing products version that is specifically formulated for canines.
Make sure their eyes will not get attacked by the soap foam.
Reward them for bathing
If your pup is treat-motivated, they may link a reward with bathing. Or, they might shift their attention to reward as they bath.
Water temperature is super important
Treat them as babies. Make sure they enjoy the temperature. Limit the bathing time if your dog does not enjoy showering. Also, the flow of the water is quite important as well.
1. Check the water flow and water temperature.
2. Make sure their eyes will be totally safe as they bath.
3. As you bath your dog, make sure that you keep the dog’s head slightly upward.
Dogs like their own body odour
The smell of most shower gels and shampoos make dogs feel uncomfortable because they are not totally natural. So I boldly speculate that the perfumed body wash or any addition is unpleasant or uncomfortable for dogs.
The Benefits of dry cleaning
The advantage of dry cleaning is that the dog only needs to flush once with limited bathing time. Dogs’ feet, buttocks, and mouth are the areas that are prone to dirt. It is said that human beings only washed once a month a hundred years ago. (LOL)
Dogs’ skin does not sweat much as humans. Experts believe that dogs do not need to bathe every single day. In general cases, dogs do not need to bathe more than twice a week. Again, adjust the water until it’s the right flow and temperature for your dog.
Margaret W. Lavigne
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