Shampoo - Bath Time For Boxers
or later, you're going to need dog shampoo for the canine
member(s) of your family. A visit to your local pet
store can be mind boggling as you look at row after
row of bottles.
pet owners will just grab the first container they come
to, but if you need medicated shampoo for your pet,
then you should consult the store's employees, if you
don't already have instructions from your vet.
general shampoo is good for most dogs, if your aim is
to simply clean off the mud from romping outside with
the kids, or chasing the neighbor's puppy. But there
are specific shampoos for coat type, conditioning, and
even to enhance the color, if you show your dog. White
dogs are particularly hard to keep a true white, and
there are specific "bluing" shampoos for them.
can even get shampoos for that very distinctive doggy
odor that is acquired from rolling around spilled garbage,
dead things, or urine/feces in the case of puppies that
have been crated or penned, together.
one dog shampoo that an owner hopes they never have
to buy, is for the removal of skunk odors. While dogs
normally have good sense when it comes to odd animals,
the skunk's "scents", will outweigh them every
time. And the rancid oil that a skunk expels, is difficult
to remove thoroughly. It becomes very pungent in wet
weather if the coat is not completely stripped of the
spray. Not all commercial shampoos are effective, and
you may have to resort to the time-honored bar of laundry
soap followed by a tomato juice rinse, or else the bath
in a solution of hydrogen peroxide.
of the medicated shampoos that a dog may use over its
lifetime, are for skin conditions such as dryness, fungal
infections of the feet, excessive dandruff, or allergy
dog shampoo you do purchase, enlist some help to get
more of it onto Fido, than you do on yourself. Bathing
a dog can be challenging, depending on their size and
cooperation, but it can also be a great time for fun
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