8 Common BATH-TIME Mistakes Pet Owners Make || why do dogs hate baths?

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8- Not protecting eyes or ears from water

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One of the first things you should do before giving your pet a bath is plan to avoid getting water (and soap!) in their eyes and ears. Even if your pet enjoys playing in water, getting unwanted water in the eyes or ears can mean game over in the bath. Mostly it’s just really uncomfortable for your pet, but in some cases moisture in the ears can cause gnarly infections.

The easiest place to make a mistake here is when you’re washing your dog or cat’s face. Instead of running water over your pet’s head, try using a wet washcloth. Some people will even go as far as putting cotton balls in their pet’s ears to protect them, especially with cats that have exposed ear canals, compared to many dogs who have floppy or folded ears as natural protection.


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