Puppies, when with moms, do not require any additional animal health care. Once they have entered your Homes, you are the ones responsible for their health and happiness. Their health is in your hands at all times, and especially during the extreme weather.
Pets go out for walks in public spaces where there’s dirt, germs, and many unwanted substances. They act clumsy at times and dirty themselves in mud, or in some cases, their own food bowls. It’s times like these when we, as pet owners, require to give them baths, even though that is the last thing that they want.
We, at DCI, pay utmost attention to the Dermal Animal Health Care. We have Shampoos for all kinds of needs. Our Oatem Shampoo is an Anti- Seborrheic Shampoo, specially formulated to Moisturize, Repair & Restore damaged Skin. Oatem is Ideal for Deodorizing & as a Gentle Wash for Routine Baths. Our Clearkill Shampoo keeps your Pet free from Ticks and Fleas and provides them comfort.
Once your pets reach 8 Weeks of age, they are ready for baths. For every pet, there are certain defining factors which lead to whether they should be given a bath or not.
Bathing is not always meant for cleaning your pets. It is a great way to check for any injuries, fleas, ticks, or scratches, which you may not see otherwise. Whenever you spot any foul smell, or a lot of scratching, always opt for giving them a bath with a Shampoo that suits their skin type. Make your pups used to bathe since a very young age, to avoid any trauma when they are older. Usually, older dogs, if introduced with the concept of bathing, get traumatised, and may run away from water.
Whenever you plan to give them a bath, make all the necessary things ready first, and they direct them about the bath. Pets are very good at sensing things and may start running away from you to avoid a bath.
Pets are not a huge fan of bathing, so you might have to play around with them while giving them a bath. You can bring their toys to the bath area, or you can keep rewarding them with treats throughout their bath.
After discussing the pre-bath and the bath stage, a very important part is the post-bath stage. Taking the right care during this phase ensures their health and not get affected by cold or fever. After the bath, dry them thoroughly with a towel. If you have a dry garden area for their playing, take them out and play with them a little. Avoid putting them in the scorching heat of the summers, but opt for giving them a sunbath during winters.
DCI believes in giving the right animal health care for all the animals out there, so that they may live a happy and healthy life. We provide Veterinary medicine for a variety of issues like ticks, fleas, moisturizing, dermal rejuvenation, etc. Choose DCI, Choose a Healthy Life for your Pets!