Bathing Your Mini Pinscher
Generally, you shouldn’t bathe your Min Pin that often. Bathing her too frequently could cause dry skin, itching and irritation.
How do you know when it’s time to give your dog a bath? That’s easy: when she stinks, when she gets drenched walking back home in the rain, after she’s been playing in the mud, on the beach, in the lake or pond (=lots of bacteria).
We bathe our dog in the bathtub. A detachable sprayer hose will make the job of bathing your dog much easier and faster! (This is especially important if you want to reduce strain on your back).
Depending on the time of year, you might use a flea and tick shampoo. Dog skin and hair is different from ours, so use dog shampoo, not products formulated for humans.
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