When to give bath a 30 days old puppy?
Is it o.k to give bath to 30 days old lab puppy? They won't catch cold.
Yes. It is perfectly fine to bathe them. Especially to keep that puppy smell at bay!
I agree. Bathe away. Remember, dogs (and humans) don't "get colds" from getting wet and cold. They get them from viruses. Being cold for too long can make your immune system weaker, making you more susceptible to colds, but even if you get wet and cold for a while and lower your immune system, you can't get a cold unless you come into contact with a cold virus.
BTW, dogs and humans cannot share cold/flu viruses.
I was thinking wait until the puppy is at least 3 months old before giving a bath. But I currently do not own a dog so I am probably out of the loop on these things. I always hear wait until the puppy is 8 weeks with it's mother before you can adopt it out so it can be socialized.
Yes, I think it's ok to bathe them. But after bath, make sure that you keep them dry
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