Bath Time Woes
Tell Me, Again
Why We Are Doing This?
He was pretty good but there is a limit. Shampoo, Ears, and Nails. Are we done yet? That is what this look shouts to those that have bathed a puppy.
For once, I didn’t take a bath too. Typically, I am soaked and wetter than the puppy even though I try to avoid that scenario.
The shampoo is a mild puppy shampoo. It was followed by a rinse and towel dry. Then there is the good smelling conditioner that is antibacterial. Of course, none of this lasts all that long. How often should you bathe a puppy? That is an excellent question. Our reply is to say that you should bathe your puppy no oftener than necessary. A good brushing with the Furminator once a month can go a long way towards eliminating hair–even the eyelash length coats shed.
Ears on the flop-eared Weimaraner can be an issue. Some need frequent cleaning and preemptive treatment. After a bath, we use a powder to ensure the ear canals are dry. Moisture and warmth make a fertile environment for bacteria, viruses, and yeast infections.
Posted on November 17, 2016, in Bringing home the Weimaraner, Companion Weimaraner, Health and Wellness, Information and Education, Long Hair Weims, Longhair, Longhair Weimaraner, Puppy Information, Puppy Tips & Info, Special Events, Undocked Tails and tagged Bathing, Baths, Ears. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Bath Time Woes.