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    Default Re: How often to bathe?

    Thanks for all the help. I think I'll stick to every other week for a bathe unless he would need it sooner.

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    Up to about 5 months of age I was bathing Ace at least every two weeks and sometimes more frequently, thinking it might help with some environmental skin issues but I actually think it didn't help and may have made things worse. Now he gets a bath about once a month

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marine91 View Post
    We give Harlea a bath and ACV rinse every other week but we do it because she like to roll around in patches of dirt in our yard that doesn't have grass. I am curious though.... What does it smell like? Just normal dirty doggie or corn chips? If it is they latter you may have yeast problems.
    Silly question yalll rinse with apple cinamon vinegar then water or do you just finished them off with acv?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chikou View Post
    Silly question yalll rinse with apple cinamon vinegar then water or do you just finished them off with acv?

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    The rinse I use is 1 cup ACV to 1 gallon of water mixed. After shampoo and water rinse we rinse again with the ACV mix and let it sit for 5 minutes and take her out and dry her off. I do not rinse the ACV off we let it dry and she smells nice and fresh and her coat feels amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chikou View Post
    Silly question yalll rinse with apple cinamon vinegar then water or do you just finished them off with acv?

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    ACV = Apple Cider Vinegar from mother nature like Bragg's Brand

    You don't rinse it off just leave it on and dry them off.
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    Thanks ill have to try this

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    I give tubs a bath once a month when I give him his flea tick stuff and heart worm medicine seems to be ok and doesn't dry out his skin at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by RiiSi View Post
    Once or twice a year and they just refuse to smell That's just one of the benefits of raw feeding.

    Agreed- people think I'm crazy when I tell them my dogs don't "smell" and that there isn't a "dog smell" that is normal. They are surprised when they walk in my condo that is doesn't smell like dogs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrm4810 View Post
    I give tubs a bath once a month when I give him his flea tick stuff and heart worm medicine seems to be ok and doesn't dry out his skin at all
    I put Brynns Flea/Tick stuff on two days ago - but her fur is a little greasy in the spots I applied - do you just wash it off after so many days ?

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    Default Re: How often to bathe?

    Quote Originally Posted by RiiSi View Post
    Once or twice a year and they just refuse to smell That's just one of the benefits of raw feeding.
    same here, but that is without raw. However, with the new house and all the land -- I think i see maybe a few more that the usual two a year (damn mud)
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