You're going to need absorbent towels, including an extra one for your pet to stand on when he's still wet after the bath. If you have a shower sprayer will help a lot.You'll need shampoo meant for dogs.Get yourself a set of combs and brushes right for your dog's breed and coat type.
Bathing your dog:
Now you're ready to go. Test the water first to make sure it's lukewarm. Then, make sure to fully saturate your dog's coat; this may be challenging for especially thick or water-resistant coats.
Next, shampoo your pet, taking care to avoid sensitive areas including his eyes and face. Work the shampoo into a lather, adding water as necessary. Massage your dog as you rub in the shampoo, in just the same way you'd have your own head massaged at the shampoo bowl in a salon: it should be perfectly pleasant! Let the shampoo sit on your dog's coat for several minutes before thoroughly rinsing with water.
No matter where you bathe your dog, don’t forget drying — an essential part of the bathing process to keep your pup comfortable and healthy.