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Hi we’re in the bathroom now and we’re ready and get your equipment ready before you start so you’re not flopping around looking for things your towels. The shampoo is will down a little tip. I run the water and get the temperature correct before I put the dog in the bath so that there is no risk of scolding the dog and I also using a massage and showerhead which can actually penetrate the coat back in an ordinary showerhead and this will fit on any hose and you can get them from any DIY store and the water should be just hand warm. That should be blood temperature and that is just collapse doing the massage in at strength in the shower hose gently press it and the dog go in that.
Well all the body down first really penetrates in and enter the coach and what we want to do with scissors is not try not to rub the coach. This is more of massaging action and we wet the body down first because the water will run down on to the legs and the tail and then they go to runny. Now this is a show blue shampoo a blue white enough diluted to approximately five to one the bottoms of the feet and our hoes is tend to be the dirtiest and the most stained shampoo first.
This is so your shampoo can get to where it come in stained areas and will be any longer and it will actually view some neat now. Are you sure you work the shampoo in this has been diluted with warm water and we have a cold water. Make sure that you hold the ear flat down that it doesn’t last if you get water in the dogs eyes. Let’s tap the nose. The ear must be head held downwards. That’s why we don’t do the head first because they will shake and make sure that you don’t get any shampoo in the eyes so it will be under. Hold it down and they put the shampoo to have around and I put my thumb over the air and then you clean in the side of the air.
I leave the front of the face to last just put your hands off and I actually use a tedious baby shampoo to do the front of the face and the whiskers. You can actually burn the dogs eyes with shampoo and I don’t think it’s worth whisker at. Now you can rinse over the eyes immediately. She doesn’t mind the best actually; Squeeze it out as you go. Making sure every lust of shampoo is out, lovely.