Let's go over a few things you'll need before we jump into the tub.
It will be much easier if you gather the items needed before
you get your animals ready for the tub.
Place the items near the tub and within hands reach, or you can put them all in a bucket or carry all for easy storage and use.
One or two Cotton balls should be put in the ears before the bath, then afterwards used to clean the ears with a little of Ear Cleaning lotion you can buy at any pet store. A few pieces of tissue paper come in handy.
If you can't find Tearless animal Shampoo, you can use people baby shampoo for the face.
The collar should be loose enough to rinse the shampoo away really well.
Its best to buy a hose attachment that snaps easily on the tub
facet so that you can spray the whole body of your pet, getting
them clean all over, its much healthier also as any left-on shampoo
can cause skin problems.
You can find them available online too.
Hook it up in your home tub and your all set up like the pro's with warm water for your pet's bath.
Large dogs can be done outdoors with a hose ran from your
washing machine connections so that its a warm water bath instead of the cold outdoor facet bath they often get.
All animals respond much better to a warm water spray, and if your pet hates the tub, maybe its because the water is to cold and isn't comfortable and soothing.
If, the bathing is made to be relaxing then your pet will enjoy it and relax instead of moving around alot and hating a bath.
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