Thursday, 24 May 2012


Most dogs don’t mind getting and staying dirty. In fact, many seem thrilled to find stinky stuff to roll in—like dead animals. Most pet parents, on the other hand, would rather not share their lives with smelly or dirt-encrusted dogs.

Many dogs find bath time unpleasant—and who can blame them? It involves being restrained, soaked with water (which some dogs really dislike), slathered in scented suds and handled in various, sometimes uncomfortable ways.

Some dogs are fearful or aggressive when their pet parents attempt to bathe or handle them. Signs of fear or aggression include trembling, trying to get away or hide, drooling, panting, whining, freezing, staring, growling, snarling, snapping and, of course, biting.

Because of their activities, breed types, or individual skin or coat types, some dogs need baths more often than others. For example, some dogs’ coats just get oily quickly, regardless of their outdoor activities. Other dogs spend lots of time outdoors and get dirty fast. However, if you bathe your dog too often, you might cause skin irritation and flaking, so be sure to check with your dog’s veterinarian to find out how frequently you should give your dog baths.

However, you can help your dog learn to tolerate—and maybe even enjoy—bathing.

Give your pet “Dry Bath”

"Bathe Me Dry - A Natural Dry Shampoo"

First time in India, Natural Remedies Pvt. Ltd. has come up with a concept of Dry Bathing. “Bathe Me Dry” a dry Shampoo for Dogs, which will helps in reducing the frequency of time consuming rinse bath. “Bath Me Dry” is a quick and convenient way of bathing, which will make the bathing experience enjoyable to both you and your Dog.

For more information click the below link :

What Not to Do

Bathe Me Dry - Natural Dry Shampoo
  • Do not physically punish or yell at your dog if he resists bathing. Doing this will only make him feels worse about the activity, and it will probably worsen his behavior. 
  •  Instead go for DRY BATHING.Use "BATHE ME DRY" – A Natural Dry Shampoo. 'No Rinses No Fuss'.
  • Do not force your dog to submit to bathing if he’s obviously frightened. Contact a professional behavior expert for help instead.

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