Some breeds, such as Labrador Retrievers and Golden Retrievers, have thick coats that need to be bathed more often than other breeds, such as Poodles and Maltese
As a general rule, most dogs can be bathed every 2-4 weeks. However, you may need to bathe your dog more or less often depending on their individual needs.
If your dog is starting to smell, has rolled in something dirty, or has gotten muddy, it's probably time for a bath.
Start by brushing your dog's coat to remove any loose hair or dirt.
If your dog is sick or has a skin condition, it's best to avoid bathing them until they are better.
Use a damp washcloth to wipe down your dog's coat.