Typically, a puppy should be bathed about once a month. However, depending on the breed and activities of the dog, more frequent bathing may be necessary. More »

To bathe a puppy, wet her with warm water, and wash her with shampoo and warm water. Dry her with a towel, and let her shake off water. Take caution so that she doesn't shake water onto clean items. More »

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Cats do not need a set schedule for bathing, so cat owners can bathe their pet whenever the cat starts to smell, or has an oily texture on its coat, as reported by Petco. The time between bathing depends on the cat's bre... More »

An Ori-Pei puppy, which is a cross between a pug and a Chinese Shar-Pei, has a round head with a dark square muzzle and deep facial wrinkles. It has a short coat in one of several colors, including black, white, brown, g... More »

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A Bichon Frise puppy cut, also known as a lamb trim or lamb cut, is a way of grooming a Bichon Frise breed of dog such that the dog has closely-cropped fur all over its trunk and legs. The fur on the head and tail is lef... More »

Basic supplies for caring for an Australian shepherd puppy include bowls for food and water, a leash and collar, bedding, toys and grooming supplies. A puppy also needs puppy food, appropriate shelter, a crate and an ide... More »

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The phases of puppy growth start at the neonatal stage at a puppy's first two weeks, then continues to the transitional period, the socialization period, the ranking period and finally, the adolescent period. Each part o... More »

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