A foster mom woke up one day, and the pregnant doggie she was fostering was not looking so good. She realized that the dog was already in pre-labor, and they had to get ready for the birth of the pups. The momma dog gave birth to six puppies over the span of six hours. As the puppies got older, they needed to have their bath, and the foster mom documented how the process was.
Debra writes in the comments:
Worked as a foster.. Adoption day’s were super hard.. I cried goodbyes everytime❤🤗😍😘 much love an best wishes
In one part of the video, when it was already time to give the pups a bath, she asked for her viewers to wish her luck. It was definitely an adorable and chaotic moment all at the same time!
How Was Their First Bath?
Some pups wanted to get out of the tub. Others were okay with it and just stayed there. Once they realized how great bath time is, they loved their time under the water.
However, it wasn’t too easy to finish bathing six puppies. The foster mom shared, “If you need a fun, new workout, I highly recommend giving six hound puppies a bath. You will work up a sweat!”
After ten weeks of taking care of the pups, the fosterer had to put the dogs up for adoption. They were taken to the rescue center to meet with potential adopters. The momma dog was also put up for adoption so she can have the time and love that she deserves, too!
How Often Should I Bath A Puppy?
Puppies generally do not need to be bathed as often as adult dogs. In fact, bathing puppies too frequently can strip their skin of natural oils, leading to dry and flaky skin. It is generally recommended to bathe puppies every 2-3 months.
From playful puddles in the backyard to muddy melees at the park, puppies love getting down and dirty. But when it comes to their hygiene needs – less is more! Bathing a puppy too often can strip away essential oils from their skin and lead them feeling dry and flaky.
Generally speaking, every couple of months should do just fine for keeping your pup squeaky clean; however if they get particularly messy or smelly during these times you’ll need an extra bath with gentle shampoo- making sure not to let any water near those delicate ears either!
To stay looking like royalty outside of baths be sure that regular grooming such as brushing helps keep coats healthy- plus gets your new fur baby used being handled with kindness all around.