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Friday, November 2, 2007
When washing your dog keep the water out of his eyes and ears.
If you need to wash around these areas use a damp cloth.
Start from the back of the dog and work your way to the front.
This is the most important step.
Leftover shampoo can create iirritation in the skin.
So rinse well and make sure all shampoo or conditioner is rinsed away.
Use a big towel and dry the dog.
Then take out a brush and go to work.
You can also use a blow-dryer, just be careful because dog hair is flammable.
If your dog have mats, knotted hair that will not comb out, you may have to use scissors to cut them off.
Enjoy your clean dog