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Bathing Your Alaskan Malamute: Warm up the water before you bring your dog into the bathroom. Ensure that the water isn’t too hot or too cold. A mild temperature will keep your husky calm. Have your supplies nearby so you can reach everything while holding your husky still.
Corral your husky and get him into the tub or shower. Many huskies like bath time, but some can be resistant. If your husky prefers playtime over bath time, try tempting him with some treats. Use a collar and leash if you think your husky will bolt and run through the house, shaking water and shampoo all over the furniture.
Soap up your husky’s coat. Don’t overdo it, though — because of your husky’s double coat, it’ll take forever to rinse out if you use too much soap. After you lather your husky up, rinse her coat well with mild water.
Do not shave your husky under any circumstances. Her coat cools her in hot weather and keeps her warm in cold temperatures. Shaving her fur can damage these temperature-regulating properties, and the coat will not grow back properly.
Do not bathe your husky too often. Once a month is the recommended most frequent interval. Too many baths will dry your husky’s skin and coat out, causing him to itch and bite and create “hot spots.”