If your two-month-old puppy is just joining your family or just starting to wean from his mother, he is quickly discovering the joys of the world around him. Your puppy is probably very bright and curious with bounds of energy. He is still quite young, however, not up to date on all of his vaccinations and not ready to visit too much of the outside world just yet. But even within your own home and yard, he can get quite dirty. Your 2-month-old puppy is ready for a bath if he needs one. At this age, you can still wipe him down with a warm wet cloth or you can put him in a bathtub or a sink full of water and give him a nice warm head to tail bath.
If your puppy has gotten into something to get dirty, be sure you know what it is so he remains safe. Your 2-month-old puppy, though quite curious, may not be overly excited about the sounds of running water or being submerged in a bathtub. If you haven't started training yet, feel free at this point to begin to reward your 2-month-old puppy with tasty treats after a job well done once you have finished bathing or cleaning him.
Is he of age to see a groomer
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Miles isn’t the biggest fan of baths already because he’s still new to it all but he’s learning to calm down and sit still. His first bath as seen in the photo was in the sink but I’ve moved him to the bath tub now. I bathe him once or twice every two weeks since he does go potty outside now. But he’s learning! Hope he gets to loving baths 🐾
I was playing with my pup Roscoe yesterday and I throw the ball and he went and got it and brought it back, and I have not taught him how to bring it back yet. I guess he is learning from the others.
she makes a noise when we help her take a bath and we need more facts because this is our first time being a puppy owner so can u please give us some detail on them and stuff we should do and not do.thank u so musch