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Rottweiler Grooming - how often should I bathe my Rottie?

by Mark
(Manila Philippines)


How often should I give my Rottweiler a bath? I'm from the Philippines and the weather here is often hot.

Looking forward to hear from you.



Hi Mark
Honestly, even if the weather is hot, Rottweilers don't need to be bathed very often. If they get really DIRTY or whatever, then yes, a bath is good but otherwise it's not that important.

Rotties also tend to have sensitive skin, so over-bathing can make their skin/coat too dry and cause problems.

On average, I'd say a bath two or three times a year is fine, more if he's getting dirty/muddy etc. Always use a very gentle shampoo - a puppy shampoo (even when he's adult) or ne with oatmeal works well.

Hope this helps, best of luck with your Rottie.

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Jan 19, 2013
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