Possible Diseases For Bad Smelly Skin
- Atopic Dermatitis - Read More -> Atopic Dermatitis In Dogs
- Malassezia Dermatitis - Read More -> Malassezia Dermatitis In Dogs - Symptoms And Treatments
- Pyoderma - Read More -> Pyoderma In Dogs
- Hotspots - Read More -> Hotspots In Dogs - Causes, Symptoms & Treatment
- Ear Infection - Read More -> Ear Infection In Dogs
- Lip Fold Dermatitis - Read More -> Lip Fold Dermatitis In Dogs
Home Remedies For Bad Smelly Skin
1. Brush Your Dog:
When your dog's skin smells bad, its is time for a wash. Before going for a wash, Brush your dog to help the coat clean and ease out mats before they get worse by the water. Gently cut out or pick apart any mats before the bath and remove the loose hair before it clogs your drain.
2. Get The Right Shampoo:
Check with your veterinarian for a product that works best for your lovely pet, and always use a pH-balanced shampoo designed especially for dogs. Don’t use human shampoo on dogs. A dog’s coat is different from human hair and has totally different requirements. For the dog having skin problems, you'll likely need a medicated shampoo that will address his condition. Conditioners are not really required, except if your dog has particularly dry hair.
3. Go Lukewarm:
Dogs find cold water uncomfortable and never use such water from the garden hose. The flowing water sound may be stressful for a non-enthusiastic bather. Hot water can accidentally burn a dog’s skin and may dry the skin out. Make sure the water is lukewarm and fill the sink or tub with water before you get your dog to bathing.
4. Use A Hand-held Sprayer:
Drench your dog absolutely, down to the skin with lukewarm water. Before spraying your dog, remember to test the heat on your arm. Make sure to avoid the eyes and the ears. Most pets boast water-resistant coats, so a complete drenching is typically essential to infiltrate the hairy coat. Do not forget to rinse skin folds or crevices and the feet of your dog.
5. Your buddy will intuitively want to shake the water off. Soothingly grasp his muzzle with your forefinger and thumb so that he will be at ease. When he can't shake his head, he also can't shake his body.