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> How Often Do You Bath Your Dog, With shampoo and stuff, not just a quick hose down.
Bayleiboy
post 24th Nov 2014, 9:34 am
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My oldest boy is 8 and I've always only bathed him twice a year. Around his birthday and just before Christmas! He does like to roll so keep wet wipes to hand. Our pup is a year and has only had 2 baths. She's very short haired so doesn't tend to smell.
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post 14th May 2015, 1:49 pm
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Further to my 2012 post. I did do Connor once about a year ago, and he literally screamed the place down. Nope I dont mean whining, barking or howling, but a full scream like a Shiba Inu.
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post 25th Oct 2015, 10:44 am
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How often do I bath my dog?

That really depends on how often she comes in having tried out a new perfume - her favourite is eau de fox sh**

"Bath" is subjective though most of the time its just a hose down
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post 11th Dec 2015, 6:35 pm
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Had Diz for 4 years now and not needed to bath her yet. She doesn't like being muddy or wet and why roll in something smelly if you can just eat it? lol.gif

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post 22nd Jun 2016, 12:46 pm
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Only just looked at this post as I thought it would be full of people saying they bathed their dogs at least monthly! That seems to be the trend at our dog club but I never bath mine unless they have rolled in something horrendous or are going somewhere really special. My GSD had one bath in his 13 years and that was for the GCDS display at Crufts and Molly lived 13 years without a bath ever! The JRT Arnie is probably the most bathed dog ever at ours as he loves to roll in **** and he is supposed to be white! The water spans do their own bathing by swimming lol.gif
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post 22nd Jun 2016, 1:19 pm
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Proud to say - never. Walls and blankets are much easier to clean because they stay still, so that's still my favoured technique.
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post 23rd Jun 2016, 10:25 am
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post 23rd Jul 2016, 10:32 pm
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I've never had a dog before that needed bathing more than about 3 or 4 times a year but, Charlie pom cross, supposedly white, needs trimming every month and is a mucky little lad (nicknamed 'scruff bag'). So every month it is rolleyes.gif wub.gif

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post 31st Jan 2017, 1:07 am
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Got Kye at 8 months and he's now 11 years old. The answer is still never except for necessary spot washes.

Still got sparkly white bits and shiny black.
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post 31st Jan 2017, 8:19 am
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I never bath mine, unless they roll in something they shouldn't need it if you brush regularly, how often depends on the coat, it is the dead hair that smells. I do wipe them over with a baby wipe once they have been brushed, this settles any dust that is still in their coats and lays the hair flat.



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post 9th Oct 2017, 9:14 am
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Never. Unless they've rolled.
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