Jen -- what are these? Maggie's coat on her back, in spite of having a bath two weeks ago, is very oily. She is shedding quite a bit and I have been brushing her daily (and probably stirring up the oil ...). Do you think these wipes would be useful?Quote:Originally posted by jen-n-jersey:
I use doggie baby wipes on her and brush her out.
You should have seen the Bagel and I last Saturday Night. We spent a day at a race in the desert and my van, the Bagel and myself were dust brown at the end of the day. When I got home, I let the Bagel out in his backyard and showered myself off twice, washed my hair, washed my clothes and by the time I was ready to attend to the Bagel he had cleaned himself just fine. I agree, unless they can find "fox poo" or somethin else equally aromatic, why trouble them with a bath /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/smile.gifQuote:Originally posted by Gingergoose:
Henry Beetle only gets bathed if he rolls in something nasty.
The girls get a bath at my vets once a month. They come back shiney and smell so good and they just love themselves. They were not as shiney this time as previously and asked about it. They usually add a "degreaser" in with the shampoo they use and had been out. That may be the ingrediant you are needing for the oily thing. I don't know. They get baths, ears, nails and anals for $18 when you are boarding them for doggie day care. It's $20 if not.Quote: Maggie's coat on her back, in spite of having a bath two weeks ago, is very oily.