Before the dog takes a bath, you can use a comb to comb its hair, so that it will not make the dog feel uncomfortable during the bath; first test the water temperature with your hands, not too hot or too cold; during the washing process, you can Apply shower gel and conditioner to the shape of the dog, then rinse it off; finally wipe it with a dry towel, and then dry it with a hairdryer.
1. Combing hair
Before bathing the dog, you must first use a comb to smooth the hair on its body. During the combing process, you can observe whether the dog’s skin has any abnormalities, and then deal with the hair that has fallen. The subsequent operation will not make the dog feel uncomfortable.
2. Test the water temperature
Don’t put the dog in the bathtub violently and then drain the water. This will easily damage the dog’s skin. Use your own hands to test the water temperature. The temperature should not be too high or too low. Normally, the dog’s bath The water temperature will be higher than that of humans.
3. Apply an appropriate amount
Every dog has a different body shape. You can apply shower gel according to the size and body part of the dog. Wait until the shower gel on the dog’s body is foamed, then rub it gently, then rinse with water, and wait until the foam is washed away. Then apply conditioner to cleanse.
4. Wipe and dry
Finally, after the foam on the dog’s body is rinsed, you can wrap the dog’s body with a dry towel, and then wipe it back and forth with the towel. When there is no dripping, dry it with a hairdryer. When blowing, pay attention to the direction of the hair. Dry, let the hair dry, and burst.
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