Providing your puppy a good start in life
J. Janelle, July 31, 2021
Puppies shouldn’t be bathed until they are at least eight weeks old or 12 weeks is better. Lukewarm water is advisable as they have trouble regulating their body temperature at that age and can be easily get chilled. We can consider a frequent bath base on your pet’s living condition and when they are more a little bit grown depending on the breed and level of maintenance required.
Ideally, you should brush your puppy with his special brush suitable for his coat type, every day. You may wish to trim his coat, especially the hair around his ears, eyes, and feet. If your own breed requires a special haircut or trim to keep him looking his best, then ask for professional advice from a qualified dog groomer.
Regular careful handling will give you the chance to get to know your puppy’s body. This can be very useful to help you detect early health problems and will have the added benefit of getting your puppy used to being handled. Most dogs enjoy being stroke and groomed, especially if it is started early in life. Grooming regularly helps improve skin and coat conditions and build up the bond between you and your little pup.
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