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bathing my Rottweiler

by nashwah
(hanworth)

how often should i wash my rottweiler?




Hi Nashwah
Unless your Rottweiler is working outdoors and getting extremely dirty, you shouldn't need to bath him/her more often than once every couple of months.

Rotties tend to suffer from canine allergies and can have sensitive skin, so be sure to only use very gentle products designed especially for dogs.

A daily (or every-other-day) grooming session will help to keep shedding to a minimum and also remove dust, dirt etc. from his fur.

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Dec 01, 2010
bathing
by: samantha

I wouldnt bath my rottweiler with any kind of soap. A good water rinse is all they really need and an occassional soap free oatmeal formulated shampoo. it is really easy to strip them of their essential body oils which help them maintain a healthy coat. shampoo also causes flaky skin

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