Golden retriever showers
Golden Retriever puppy takes bath or shower every day by himself
19 Feb Your Golden Retriever has far more hair than you do, and not only is it always exposed, it is also frequently in contact with the ground and other.
Description:This is especially true if your Golden has a penchant for algae-filled ponds and other less-than-pristine bodies of water. It is almost impossible to bathe a dog as large as a Golden and not get a little bit wet. A healthy, well-brushed coat actually sheds dirt efficiently, so after a romp in a dirty pond, your Golden can drip dry, shake a few times, and the dirt will fall off. That water can get scalding hot! So, how often should you bathe your Golden to keep it healthy and looking its best? If you leave soap in the coat, it will encourage tangles and irritate the skin.