How can you make sure you have completely rinsed off the shampoo?FamilyPet
When bathing a dog, it’s important to make sure that the shampoo is completely rinsed off before getting your dog out of the bath. Shampoo left on the coat can make the coat look dull and cause skin irritation or dry skin. To make sure that the shampoo is completely rinsed off, you should take your time fully wetting the coat after you have applied shampoo.
It’s a good idea to start at one end of your dog when rinsing out the shampoo and move to the other end to ensure that you don’t miss any spots. For example, start at the shoulders of your dog and rinse towards his tail. You can repeat the rinsing process if you are unsure of whether or not all of the shampoo has rinsed out. Also be sure to wash under your dog’s stomach, his chest and legs. Rinse the tail well.
When you spray or pour water over your dog’s back and no more shampoo suds appear, then all of the shampoo is rinsed out. If you spray or pour water on your dog’s back and shampoo suds still appear, you need to keep rinsing until they no longer appear.