Let’s face it-some dogs are outright chickens in the bath. Although you can smell a mile away, he might smell like a trash can with satisfaction. Wrestling your resistance, trembling dog rubbing in the bathtub, can be quite a painful experience. In any case, you may end up being wetter and cleaner than him. Instead, use an anhydrous bath on the little ones.
Before giving him a waterless bath, wipe his dog’s coat thoroughly. This will help remove any dirt or debris he has entered. This will also help relax the tangles in his fur. Then you can use the solution better to make the most of the experience
Wipe his paws with a damp cloth. Wipe the eye area with a wet cotton ball, starting from the nose and working out. Use a new cotton ball for each eye.
Read through the instructions and warnings for anhydrous bath products. Apply anhydrous spray, powder or foam to your dog. Start with the head, then move down toward the tail and legs.
In pet stores and online stores, you will find a variety of waterless bath products.