Dogs must also wash their faces carefully.
Dog owners of dogs have to check their ears, eyes and teeth once a week. Regular grooming of bad knots every day or every week helps keep your dog’s face, skin, fur and toenails healthy, and also gives you a regular opportunity to further strengthen your authority and control. If your dog is difficult to deal with, you can order it to sit down and let it stay still. Every step of success must use words to praise it and appease it.
Grasp the dog’s head firmly with one hand, and gently wipe the skin around the eyes with a clean cotton ball dipped in water with the other hand to wipe off the secretions.
Pull the dog’s ears apart with one hand, and gently wipe the inner wall of the dog’s ears with a wet cotton ball with the other hand.
Some dogs’ facial skin forms greasy dirt due to dust, debris and dead skin, which is easy to grow bacteria. Use a clean wet cotton ball to frequently scrub this part of the dog’s loose skin.