Keeping Your Dog Clean Between Baths

Use these tips to keep your dog clean between trips to our easy-to-use, convenient DIY Dog Wash.

Brush

Regularly brushing dogs will reduce the amount of dirt and allergens in their fur, keeping them clean. Brushing can also rid your pup’s coat of any debris that causes odor, especially after playing in water or mud. When choosing a brush, be sure to consider your dog’s coat.


Use Cleansing Wipes

Give your dog a quick refresh and remove grime with cleansing wipes, such as Earthbath’s Hypo-Allergenic Grooming Wipes or True Pet Care’s Lavender Wash Wipes. Not only are these wipes perfect for messes on the go, but they also freshen your pooch’s scent while removing dander, drool, discharge and cling-ons.


Wash Pet Bedding and Toys

Keep your pup and your house smelling fresh by cleaning beds, toys, blankets, and any other products with which they regularly come into contact. A dirty bed and toys can transfer to your furry friend, so a wash will remove the body oils, saliva, and dirt or grime that may be clinging to the fabric. 


Clean Paws 

Dirty paws are destined to happen with an active pup. Instead of a bath each time their paws get messy, consider using the Popware for Pets Dexas MudBuster Portable Dog Paw Cleaner. After filling the tumbler with water, the Mudbuster’s soft, thick silicone bristles will clean your pooch’s paws before tracking dirt and sand in your home or vehicle.


Use Freshening Spray

Easily refresh, detangle and condition your pup’s coat by using a freshening spray. There are several long-lasting fragrances that will keep your dog smelling sweet until their next bath. You can also use a pet cologne with added benefits, such as protection from damaging UV rays.


Sources:

https://barkpost.com/life/dog-clean-without-bath/ 

https://www.puppywire.com/clean-dog-between-baths/ 

https://blog.petplus.com/pet-tips/clean-dog-baths/#