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    Default Re: Malaket wipes

    So I'm not the only one that has to chase her bully down to clean the wrinkles??? How often do you wipe your bully down with the wipes?
    Where can I find witch hazel?


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    Quote Originally Posted by NigelsMom View Post
    So I'm not the only one that has to chase her bully down to clean the wrinkles??? How often do you wipe your bully down with the wipes?
    Where can I find witch hazel?
    I use them too, just recently, and they seem to be partially clearing up Wilson's tear stains but have a ways to go. You can get witch hazel at the grocery store, walmart, Walgreens, etc. Wilson's not too fond of the wipes either and tries to run. He doesn't get too far though, lol
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    I use the sensitive baby wipes for cleaning Chelsea. She doesn't get stains much on her face besides slightly on her chin... I was told that was because she was a mess drinker and always has water all over her face. I got her destin to make her chin all while again but it smells horrible.

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    My vet has had me using Stridex Pads ever since I got Bertie...they work great! Also, much cheaper!

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    Quote Originally Posted by reallyrob View Post
    My vet has had me using Stridex Pads ever since I got Bertie...they work great! Also, much cheaper!
    Yes..I tried stridex.the ones with aloe..but Jake got a rash instantly..of course..why oh why would he let me save any money??

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    @Telly03 FYI after some research I figured out how to make my own douxo pads. Use gauze 4x4s or cotton balls what ever your preference. Go to cvs or walgreens and buy hibicleans. I buy the generic version. A bottle is about 6 bucks. You then mix it 3 pars hibicleans to 1 part water because the bottle is a 4 percent solution and duoxo are 3 percent. You can use your old douxo container or jsut do what i do because I'm lazy and soak them whith the solution as needed.

    http://www.amazon.com/HIBICLENS-Chlo...3&sr=1-3-spell

    This is the more expensive name brand version but you get the idea.
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    I feel better knowing I'm not the only one chasing after my dog to clean his wrinkles.
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    Never used them.... I use Witch Hazel on a cotton pad
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    Anybody's puppies faces smell like armpit? He still smells fine but his face stinks. I am going to try cleaning it more, but he hates it. I got some witch hazel for his folds, and I have been wiping his whole face with a warm wash cloth as well. He hates his face washed when he gets a bath so it makes it hard to really clean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigfwt04 View Post
    Anybody's puppies faces smell like armpit? He still smells fine but his face stinks. I am going to try cleaning it more, but he hates it. I got some witch hazel for his folds, and I have been wiping his whole face with a warm wash cloth as well. He hates his face washed when he gets a bath so it makes it hard to really clean.
    The witc hazel will help that...if you are washing the face and not drying, that is why you still get the smell
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigfwt04 View Post
    Anybody's puppies faces smell like armpit? He still smells fine but his face stinks. I am going to try cleaning it more, but he hates it. I got some witch hazel for his folds, and I have been wiping his whole face with a warm wash cloth as well. He hates his face washed when he gets a bath so it makes it hard to really clean.
    If his face really smells then he could have a yeast infection in one of his wrinkles! That really does stink!!

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    Excessive tearing will moisten the fur around the dog’s eyes. The warm, moist fur is prone to bacteria growth and yeast growth, especially the growth of “red yeast.”


    Red yeast causes tear staining that’s reddish brown in color. The red yeast that grows in the fur may be associated with an odor as well. In fact, some other breeds of dogs, like Pugs, may have tear staining on their cheeks due to a growth of red yeast.


    Dog owners can remove a dog’s tear stains by controlling the growth of yeast in the fur around the dog’s eyes.

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