Introduction:When you are finished reading this procedure you should be able to clean your dog.
-dog shampoo or regular shampoo
-dog groomer brush
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Step 1: Fill Your Tub
First, fill your bath tub with not to hot and not to cold water but slight in the middle so your dog doesn't burn or freeze, make sure the plug is in. If the water feels just right to your wrist than it should be good for your dog. Next, shut the tub off when it is about 10cm full so your dog doesn't have to be swimming in the bath tub.
Step 2: Get Your Materials
Second, grab a plastic cup any size, a towel, and your dog.
Step 3: Put Your Dog in the Tub
Third, gently put your dog into the tub and scoop water up with your cup and start pouring the water onto your dog to get them wet.
Step 4: Soap
Next, you squirt at least 2 squirts of dog shampoo or regular shampoo onto your hands and rub your hands together with the soap still on your hands.
Step 5: Scrub the Soap on Your Dog
Then, you scrub the soap all over your dog, but just be careful that you don't get soap in your dogs eyes because as you know it stings really bad.
Step 6: Wash the Soap Off
After that, start to fill up your plastic cup again and pour the water onto your dog and start to rub your hand where you put the water on your dog to help the soap come off of your dog. Continue this step until all of the soap is off of your dog.
Next, take the plug out of your tub and take your dog out of the tub and wrap your dog up in a towel.
Step 8: Dry Your Dog
After that, start to rub the towel with your dog in it to dry your dog. Continue this step until your dog is dry.
Step 9: Groom Your Dog
Finally, once your dog is dry get your dog groomer brush and start to groom your dog from its neck down. If you have a dog with long hair on its head, then gently brush their head and try not to poke your dogs eyes.
YOUR DOG IS NOW CLEAN!