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Brushing and Bathing

An important part of your dog’s pet care routine is grooming. It not only makes him look better, but it also helps to prevent certain diseases and contributes to his overall well-being.

Brushing your dog regularly is important, especially during the shedding season.  If you do not keep on top of this task when your dog is shedding, you will find it frustrating trying to brush his severely matted fur later. Trying to brush your dog when his fur is extremely matted can also be quite painful for the dog, and you surely don’t want that to happen.

Brushing will keep his coat clean and shiny, and will result in helping to prevent some canine diseases. A dog’s shedding fur can be quite itchy, and he will scratch frequently to try to relieve his ‘itch’. This can quite often cause him a lot of skin irritation, even to the point where he will scratch until he bleeds. If this happens, it can even become infected and cause other skin problems

It is important to use a brush or comb made especially for dog grooming. Some ‘people brushes’ may be too soft to do the job properly, or others, like a wire brush, may be too harsh to use on your dog’s skin.

It is a good idea to brush your dog at least once a week, and more often (even daily if necessary) during the shedding season. This should keep his hair tangle-fee, as well as get rid of any of the fur he is shedding.

Bathing your dog is another part of dog grooming, and it is important to bathe your dog regularly as well. How often you bathe him depends on a number of factors.  You need to consider what type of dog he is, as well as how active he is.  One indication that your dog may need a bathe is how he smells, and your nose will tell you this. It is possible, however, to bathe your dog too often. If you do, you may strip his skin of all the natural, protective oils it contains. This can result in him having dry, itchy skin. 

When bathing, you should only use products that are made especially for dogs. Other ‘people’ shampoos or detergents can cause excessive drying and flaking of your pet’s skin.  A dog’s skin is much more sensitive than that of a human, and human shampoos can cause skin irritations.  There are many good dog products on the market. You can also ask your veterinarian for recommendations. It is a good idea to find a product that includes a good moisturizer in it. This will not only help your dog’s skin, but will help you when you are trying to brush him afterwards.

Using a flea shampoo to help get rid of fleas may also be a good idea. Again, there are many flea shampoos on the market and your vet may be able to help you decide which is best for your dog. Be sure to rinse the flea product out of your dog’s fur well, as the harsher ingredients may again cause skin problems if left in.

A good tip about bathing your dog is to brush him first before putting him in the bath water. Brushing all the matted fur and tangles out of his hair will enable the shampoo to get closer to his skin to clean it.

When you are bathing your dog, be careful when washing his face and ear areas. Instead of simply pouring water over his head, gently scoop water around this area trying not to get water or soap in his eyes or ears. You can gently rub his ears with your wet hands and massage the dirt out.  If your dog is one of the dog breeds that is prone to ‘tearing stains’ around his eyes, it is advisable to use one of the many products on the market today to help remove the discolorations.

Be sure to rinse your dog well after his bath. Any remaining soap may cause your dog to have irritated, dry, itchy skin.

Another tip when bathing your dog is to have him stand on a rubber mat in the bathtub. This will help him not to slip and will help him feel more secure.

It is a good idea to get your dog used to being brushed and bathed from when he is small. If you start brushing your dog from a young age, it can become a ritual that you both enjoy together. You should probably bathe your dog at least once a month.


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