How often you should bathe your dog depends on a few factors, such as their breed, lifestyle, and skin condition.
Some breeds, such as Labrador Retrievers and German Shepherds, need to be bathed more often than others, such as Greyhounds and Basenjis.
Dogs who spend a lot of time outdoors, such as working dogs or hunting dogs, may need to be bathed more often than dogs who stay indoors most of the time.
Dogs with sensitive skin may need to be bathed less often, as frequent bathing can dry out their skin.
A good general rule of thumb is to bathe your dog every 2-4 weeks. However, it's always best to consult with your veterinarian to get their specific recommendations for your dog.
When bathing your dog, it's important to use a mild shampoo and to rinse them thoroughly. You should also avoid getting water in their ears.
If your dog starts to smell bad, has dry or flaky skin, or is covered in dirt or mud, then it's time for a bath.