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How often does the dog take a bath, and what is the most correct answer?

In the matter of bathing the dog, I think many owners want to know how often is the best way to wash. 

Clean and hygienic should be what the owners would like to see. If your pet dirty, it will produce an odor. For people who like to play with dogs, it will bring an unpleasant feeling, At the same time, we must worry about the possibility of getting sick easily. 

2021/06/11

 In the matter of bathing the dog, I think many owners want to know how often is the best way to wash. 

Clean and hygienic should be what the owners would like to see. If your pet dirty, it will produce an odor. For people who like to play with dogs, it will bring an unpleasant feeling, At the same time, we must worry about the possibility of getting sick easily. 


How often should the dog take a bath?

In the wintertime, we are considering the issue of more weather. So it may be up to a month to help the dog wash 1-2 times a bath. But when summer comes, Dogs can easily emit unpleasant body odors. Therefore, the number of baths will increase, and it may be necessary to wash once a week. 

In fact, how often should a dog take a bath? There is still no standard to measure it. The frequency of the dog’s bathing is related to the dog’s own skin type, living environment, eating habits and hair quality. So every dog's situation is different, and it also has a certain impact on the breed. 

Some dogs stay at home for a long time, go out rarely and have a lighter body odor, or the dog’s skin is dry. So dogs with this characteristic can actually take a bath only once a month. Usually at home, just use the brushing tool to help the dog care for the dog's hair. 

For those dogs who have a heavier body odor, oily skin, and go for a walk every day, It is suggested that they can increase the number of baths. Don't take too many baths unless specifically ordered by the veterinarian. Otherwise, take a bath once a week. Or the skin is more prone to allergies and itching. Under this circumstance, the number of times the owner helps him to bathe may increase. Mainly to help dogs get rid of allergens on their skin. 

For this type of dog, do not use dog shower gel frequently when the number of baths increases. The number of times to use shower gel should be no more than once a week. In other cases, just rinse with water, otherwise the skin quality of the dog will get worse. 



It's not good for the dog to take a bath too many times!

Dogs' skin is thinner than human skin, so they can't bathe every day like us humans. If you take too many baths, the protective sebum layer on the skin will be washed away. If you take too many baths, the protective sebum layer on the dog skin will be washed away. Make the dog's skin defense ability worse, the skin will become dry and easy to shed dander. 

When the dog’s bathing frequency continues to increase, the skin will become irritated and more susceptible to infections, resulting in skin diseases. Unless the veterinarian recommends medicated baths for treatment, no matter what breed of dog is, the upper limit is to take a bath once a week, and it must not be exceeded. 

Pay special attention to the fact that newborn dogs should avoid bathing them in the first two months. Because dogs have not been vaccinated in their bodies, they have weak resistance and are easy to catch colds. So wait one week after the injection is finished before bathing the dog. 


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