Bathing There are no hard and fast rules regarding how often you bath your Poodle. However, bath time is
dogs, so inflicting too many bath sessions on your dog is likely to
dog’s coat is kept clean from brushing, less bathing is required and this will help preserve the natural oils in the dog’s coat. This is probably preferable to frequent baths, particularly from your dog’s point of view!
It is important to rinse thoroughly to make sure the coat is free of residual shampoo.
usually be an unavoidable task from time to time. Providing that
formulated for dogs, and that your dog is not allergic to the ingredients in your shampoo, bathing can be as frequent as you require. Insecticide shampoos should only be used if necessary, as these tend to dry out the skin more than normal shampoos.
However, for dogs, it is a natural instinct to roll in things that smell really awful to disguise
their own scent.
It is important to brush out and remove any hair mats before bathing your Poodle as they will only get worse and harder to remove after washing. Most dogs that have not been washed for some time will require at least two applications of shampoo, with a rinse in between, to adequately
Blow drying is essential for dogs in show clips _________________________________________