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Dogs and cats naturally groom themselves, so you probably don’t need to bathe your pet more than once a month, Robles says. Too many baths can actually strip away the natural oils in your pet’s coat and cause skin irritation. Speak with your veterinarian to determine the best grooming schedule and best type of shampoo for your pet’s breed and activity level.
I love dogs and cats. I have gained experience in behavior and health through volunteer work in shelters. I took a course in bathing and grooming dogs.I get along with them, and I teach pet parents to really understand their babies.
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Bath Cats and Dogs Home is based at Claverton Down and is one of the largest re-homing centres in the UK. Each year the shelter looks more than 2,500 cats, dogs, and small animals, and aims to find them all a new, loving home no matter how long it may take.
The home wants to use its share of the money to provide emergency veterinary care to injured and unwanted animals. Cats, unlike dogs, usually receive a haircut before their bath. According to David, our co-founder, co-owner, and grooming guru, the preliminary cut allows for an smoother bath, as it exposes the skin and makes it easier to clean the cat.