It is a well-known fact that dog wipes can do wonders for your dog’s overall health. However, are you giving your dog the right dog wipes for the job? Dog wipes are supposed to keep the dog clean and scent-free, and that’s it. In reality, though, dog wipes are a great addition to any dog’s regimen, but not enough is done to really maximize the dog’s benefits. To get the best possible results, it’s important to provide essential oils and other essential products that promote a healthier coat, good health, and a strong immune system.
Before you get started, make sure you give your dog the proper care and nourishment to keep them healthy. First up, give your dog an occasional quick spritz using the Anatomy Paws or Relax Aromatherapy Calm Spray before bath time to help relieve them of stress or anxiety. If this bath is an unannounced, post-nuptial walk you’ll want to take them off their leash and remove as much extra mud as possible using the Anatomy Paws or Relax Aromatherapy Dry Spray. You can also use these items anytime after bathing for quick pick-me-ups in between bites.
Use your dog’s shampoo regularly to give them a deep clean without having to wash their fur. The shampoo should contain essential oils such as henna, lavender, and peppermint to soothe and stimulate skin and coat. These oils will loosen up the dirt and other scuff marks from the dog’s last bath or exercise session and will leave the dog feeling revitalized and full of life. Your dog will be less likely to develop any flea infestations or get sores from ticks and other insects.
There are many different types of dog wipes you can use to clean up after your dog has been outside. To get the maximum benefit, try to use dog shampoo on a hankie or some cotton balls that you’ve soaked in dog shampoo before you leave them behind. This will make for a safe surface for your dog to play on but won’t use any soap residue from the shampoo to irritate your dog’s skin. You can even use dog wipes that you’ve dipped into dog shampoo if you want.
For an extra convenient way to clean up, you can use dog wipes that you’ve cut to fit small dog clips. Simply attach the dog wipes to the clips around his ears and give him a rinse. The dog wipes will remove all traces of dog shampoo or dog food as well as odors so he can breathe easier when he’s next washed. It will also give him more soft, puffy skin so he feels better about scratching or biting you. You can also replace dog wipes as needed throughout the day so you always have clean, fresh dog wipes to use.
If you have multiple dogs, especially large ones, it’s a good idea to have separate dog wipes for each dog so they can bathe at their own leisure. If you bathe your dog with dog shampoo or dog food, he may very well lick or bite you while you’re washing him. You can cut dog wipes to fit tiny clips that you attach to their ears, making it easy for each dog to get a good rinse. You can then replace the cloth each time you have to wash your dog.
You can use dog wipes to help prevent fleas from forming on your dog’s skin, which is especially important if you live in an area where there are dog fleas. Dog wipes are especially useful when you have outdoor dogs because you can give them a rinse without fear of them getting sick from the detergent. Using dog wipes is also convenient for people who are washing their hands, and it allows you to wash your hands as well. You might not want to hand wash every time you bathe your dog, so keep dog wipes handy so you can refresh yourself quickly.
If you give your dog snacks in between baths, dog wipes will be invaluable. The dog wipes will absorb all of the dog’s excess moisture so you won’t have to worry about mucking up a mess. Even if you do not bathe your dog daily, you should still give them dog wipes regularly just to make sure your dog has no problems. Dogs have a lot of bacteria on their skin, and you can’t possibly try and remove all of that with dog shampoo. It just won’t work.