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How to wash a schnauzer's beard

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One of the distinctive features of the Schnauzer breed They are their whiskers, but it is also an area where a lot of dirt accumulates and can generate odors, so it is advisable to clean it frequently. The problem is that it is not easy to do it, the dog will not be very happy when you try to remove knots and remains from that area, so the task will be complicated, but getting used to the pet and doing it with an effective method will be much more easy.

Procedure to clean the beards of your Schnauzer.

First of all, it is recommended to have everything you need for cleaning ready, if you have to go from one place to another continuously, the dog will probably try to escape. Simply have a comb and a towel on hand, and after each meal comb the whiskers to remove the remains and wash them with warm water. Once removed, pass the comb again to remove the possible knots.

It is also recommended, weekly, wash it with a neutral shampoo. It is not necessary to put the dog in the bathtub, just wet a towel, put a drop of shampoo and rub the entire area. Then rinse and dry with a clean towel.

Finally, if we notice that it is not possible to return the hair to the original color, a possible solution is to pour hot water and a spoonful of baking soda into a glass. This mixture should not be applied directly to the animal, it is thrown in a towel and rubbed and then rinsed and dried.

Following this cleaning method, your Schnauzer's whiskers will be cleaner, something that is not possible with normal baths.

WHITEN THE BIGOTS OF A WHITE MINI SCHNAUZER

Message by TXISPA »Dec 13, 2012 4:37 PM

I NEED HELP:
I have a white mini schnauzer and always wears brown mustaches. I don't know what product I can treat them to become white because Artero's "pretty-eyes" has not worked for me. My questions are:
- Has anyone been able to bleach them with Artero's pretty-eyes?
- Does anyone know how to bleach them?
- Is it harmful to use hydrogen peroxide to bleach them?

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Message by snake »22 Mar 2011 10:00

ALL dogs smell, what happens is that in some the intensity is higher than in others. Specifically the Schnauzers smell almost nothing, except when they "pee" of course, what a pestilence. hehehe

What happens is that there are people who are not used to having dogs and at first they notice it a lot but the human smell in the end gets used and practically does not appreciate it. What cannot be done is to fight against it with constant baths because the only thing that is achieved is to aggravate the problem and also with dermal consequences for the dog.

The bathroom once a month and drying it well, with a hair dryer, has great hair for a long time, smooth and odorless. Daily brushed / combed. Mercadona wet wipes, and if it is a lot of dirt use dry foam for dogs, for legs, chest and beards when it comes dirty from the street.

And it is true that there are people (incredible but true) who do not know that they can not apply "human" gel and need a special gel for dogs.

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Message by snake »23 Mar 2011 09:29

The days that you need because you see them especially dirty, either because you have not done it for several days or because that day you have gotten into puddles, mud, etc. By the way with nose I suppose you mean beards, the snout tries to wash it as little as possible.

Nor is it about doing it every day by obligation, only when necessary. If in the end, if you think about it, it is very simple and it is a matter of logic: what goes in daily contact with the ground (legs, beards and those who have females also add gut and "gherkin") can not be a month without washing and otherwise I am not convinced by Cesar Millán. They step on and they will love meaos, poop, vomit, mud. A month without "sanitizing" these areas is a focus of infections for others, and more so if mine, lives in a flat and with children.

If it is only dust / earth because it has been scrambled in the park with a good brushing it is enough (remember the ears, with a cotton stick but only the outer part of the inside of the ear, the one that is seen, never introduce it in the ears) and once a month a full and ready bath.

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Message by lilith »25 Mar 2011 09:08

I loved your answer, but I have a doubt, the powders you refer to are grooming (or something like that). the same ones that are used before doing the stripping to prepare the hair? You mean those.

Re: golden brown in the beard !!

Message by deleted user »03 Mar 2009 20:14

The same thing happens to my moon in the beards, in my case I suppose it is x being in the sun, since he loves to go to the roof with me and lie in the warm sun when I am doing things like tending clothes. Anyway, I would also like to know if it is x for some other reason x what happens to this color as coppery in your beards.

I usually hydrate the beard very often so that it is not resected or keme x the sun.

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