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Supplies for Dog Health, Safety & Grooming
Orvis dog health and grooming supplies will help keep your pal looking her best, and as safe as possible on every adventure from backyard to upland country. We offer top-quality products to keep your dog healthy at home, on the road, and at the campsite. Dog first aid kits for home, hunt, and travel handle mishaps and injuries, and our top-quality dog drying towels and super absorbent mats keep your four-legged friends and your floors looking their best. Remove parasites safely with our tick removal knife, and keep a roll of eco-friendly bags handy to make disposing your dog’s waste easier on the planet. Take care of your companion with dog health and grooming products from Orvis.
How Often Do Dogs Need Baths?
The frequency a dog needs a bath depends on the dog. Does she spend a lot of time outdoors? Is she a digger or swimmer? What type of fur does she have? There is no standard for how often to bathe a dog, but too many baths can cause skin irritation and too few can leave you with an odorous problem on your hands.
In addition to regular grooming, a long-coated dog may need more frequent bathing. A short-coated dog needs fewer baths, but a hairless or crested breed may require bathing more often to keep their skin healthy. Dogs with oily skin may need bathing more often than dry-skinned companions. Monthly nail trimming and ear cleaning are important for your dog’s health. Brushing—daily to weekly, depending on the breed—helps distribute the oils in her skin and remove debris between baths. As to how often to bathe your dog, play it by ear: Bathe her when she seems to need it.
How Do You Get Rid of Fleas and Ticks?
To stop a flea infestation, you’ll need to roll up your sleeves and take steps to give the invaders the boot:
- Bathe your dog, and then use a flea comb to remove fleas and eggs from her fur.
- Wash all blankets and bedding—dog and human—as well as bathroom mats and entryway rugs.
- Vacuum all carpets thoroughly, paying close attention to the corners of rooms and underneath furniture.
- Steam cleaning carpets may be necessary during a stubborn infestation.
- Keep your pets up to date on preventative treatments to break the flea life cycle.
The great outdoors is crawling with biting bugs; fleas, ticks, and other insects are all vying for a nibble. Protect your dog against tick-borne illness or get a flea infestation under control with regular flea and tick protection. Opt for veterinarian-recommended flea repelling products which are tested to ensure efficacy and safety.