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Now were in the bath and the water at the right temperature, so you got to be terpid and rubber mats on the floor so that she doesn’t slip. We start at the front and wet it through, rubbing the hair up so that we get the undercoat as well. Pick the feet up and rip the hair, never wet the ears inside, just roll over it gently, were having a double coat does take a while to lather through.
If you got a puppy that wants to get in with them, quite often if you climb in first, you take on the lead it will follow you. Always tilt the head up to just what the top of the head. Now that she’s wet through, always dilute the shampoo, its best to do it before actually getting on the bath. Read the instructions for the shampoo so that you don’t use incorrectly. Start at the front and I always put it on all the sponge, and you can roll and move it over but not on the face. I always just wash on the ear part but never move it underneath that. I’m just right behind this over to make sure she don’t slip anywhere.
And then I go into the ribs again, before you put the soap on the dog, make sure its still in the right temperature. Go and start at the front to the back. The rinse then takes rather a long time and its very important to get all of the shampoo out and I want to absolute make sure all the shampoo has come out. Getting started at the front and I just rinse the hair and the feet gently to get out the excess water. Let me use cloth, and just pat it over her. I’ve taken care of the worst. All right, to clean the ears out always do it with a bit of cotton, just wiping it inside.
Its more empty like this and then we go on to the drying which is the most important.