So, you want to know how to fully bathe a dog using Lillian Ruff shampoo and other products? No problem, We can help with that. Here's what you need to do:
- First, gather all the supplies you'll need: Lillian Ruff Shampoo, Conditioner, Detangler (or Waterless Shampoo), Ear Cleaner, a towel, and a Brush.
- Next, set up a safe and comfortable space for the dog to be bathed. This could be a bathtub, a shower, or a sink. Just make sure the water temperature is lukewarm and not too hot or cold.
- Now, wet the dog's coat thoroughly with lukewarm water. Be sure to fully saturate the coat, including the legs, tail, and underbelly.
- Then, apply the Lillian Ruff shampoo to the wet coat, starting at the head and working your way down to the tail. Be sure to lather the shampoo into the coat thoroughly.
- It's important to leave the shampoo in for 4-5 minutes to allow it to fully penetrate the coat and skin. This will help to achieve the best results and the brightest coat.
- After the 4-5 minutes, rinse the shampoo out of the coat thoroughly with lukewarm water. Be sure to rinse until the water runs clear and all soap suds are gone.
- If you're using a conditioner, apply it to the wet coat, starting at the head and working your way down to the tail. Be sure to work the conditioner into the coat thoroughly. Then, rinse the conditioner out of the coat thoroughly with lukewarm water. Be sure to rinse until the water runs clear and all soap suds are gone.
- Now it's time to dry the dog. You can either use a towel to gently blot the coat dry or use a hair dryer on a low or medium setting. If using a hair dryer, be sure to keep it at a distance from the dog and avoid setting it too hot, as it can burn the dog's skin. Using a hair dryer and brushing while using the hair dryer will result in a fluffier and less curly coat for dogs that have naturally curly coats. Towel drying will allow the coat to dry more naturally, resulting in a tighter curl and less fluffy coats.
- If you're using a waterless shampoo or detangler as a finishing fragrance, apply it to the dry coat, starting at the head and working your way down to the tail. Be sure to work it into the coat thoroughly.
- Finally, use a brush to gently groom the coat, paying special attention to any tangles or knots.
One Last Thing!
To clean the ears, fill the ear cleaner with the recommended amount of solution and apply it to a cotton ball or a cloth. Gently wipe the inside of the ear with the cotton ball or cloth, being sure to avoid going too deep into the ear canal.
Use a clean cloth or cotton balls to gently wipe away any dirt or debris from the ear. Be sure to only clean the visible parts of the ear and avoid going too deep into the ear canal.
Pat yourself on the back and give your pup some belly rubs for a job well done!