The frequency with which you bathe your dog will depend on a number of factors, including their breed, coat type, and activity level.
Some dog breeds, such as Poodles and Labrador Retrievers, have coats that produce more oil and may need to be bathed more frequently.
Dogs with short, smooth coats generally do not need to be bathed as often as dogs with long or curly coats.
Dogs that are more active or that spend a lot of time outdoors may need to be bathed more frequently than dogs that are less active or that spend most of their time indoors.
In general, most dogs should be bathed every 4-6 weeks. However, some dogs may need to be bathed more or less frequently depending on the factors mentioned above.
They have mats or tangles in their fur.
When bathing your dog, use a mild shampoo that is specifically designed for dogs. Be sure to rinse your dog thoroughly after shampooing to remove all of the soap.