STOP Bathing Your Doberman Like Every Other Dog!

STOP Bathing Your Doberman Like Every Other Dog!

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This is how to bathe a Doberman the RIGHT way! Believe it or not, there's a technique for giving a Doberman a bath that's much different than what you'd do with other dogs. This video will explain the best technique I've found for Dobermans that will also help prevent dry itchy skin, red bumps, and dandruff issues. This video is directly from an upcoming training course I've been working hard on Doberman ownership and even includes a Doberman bathing schedule! I'm releasing just this one lesson from the course to give you a sneak-peak into what I've been working so hard on lately! We'll discuss what shampoo to use, water temperature, lathering your Doberman so you don't irritate their skin, and brushing them afterward in a way that's best for this breed.

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I am a dog trainer who specializes in the Doberman breed. I have significant knowledge of this breed and provide insight into the breed as a whole, but not on the individual dog. Individual dogs and circumstances vary, and therefore your experience may be different. I am not a veterinarian, canine nutritionist, or behaviorist. Always consult with a qualified veterinarian, canine nutritionist, or other professional before making any decisions regarding the care, health, or diet of your dog. I often rely on the research, studies, and publications of experts while presenting certain related topics outside my field of expertise. This video presents my opinions and personal interpretations of this information only and may contain partial, anecdotal, or incomplete information. Watching this video does not supersede your responsibilities of doing your own research and due diligence.

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