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    Default Need some advice..

    Hey guys, hows everyone doing.

    I need your guys advice.. I want to know what is the BEST way to clean my bullies folds on the face and her tail.

    I recently bought some unscented wipes. What is the best shampoo to use on my bulldog?

    I would like to learn what is the best way.

    Any suggestions, ideas?

    Thanks guys..

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    Default Re: Need some advice..

    I use colloidal silver and Desitin on my bullys face and tail. I wash my dogs maybe twice a year and we have soothing and conditioning Milk&honey shampoo that smells like ice cream...works for us. In my opinion the best way to keep my bullys clean is to feed them the right food.

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    I don't there is one "best way" to do this....you gotta figure out what works for your pup. My dog's individual needs are much different - and so, require different products/process. An example: Bo doesn't have a tail pocket - Bea has a DEEP ONE. So Bea gets Duoxo wipes in the pocket and Bo gets hypoallergenic Huggies "One and Done" Cucumber Aloe wipees under his "poo smasher" tail and they both get overall wiped with them; wrinkles, ears, tear gutters, etc.

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    Default Re: Need some advice..

    i agree with Vicaroo1000..... you need to find what product works best for your bully. I use witch hazel on a cotton pad for Banks facial folds and unscented baby wipes for her tail pocket with desitin on both as needed
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    Default Re: Need some advice..

    We use desitin here too. Make sure the folds are completely dry before applying!

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    Default Re: Need some advice..

    I use baby wipes to clean and malaket wipes for any sign of sores. Cutty has a deep tail pocket that as never needed cleaned somehow. Have leaned it every now and again but is always clean. Desitan is good for red winkles too. Aquaphor for the nose and that's about it here. Baths every month or so, the pups stay pretty clean generally.

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    Believe it or not we use Johnson & Johnson's baby shampoo - good enough for your baby, good enough for your dog, and we have never had an issue. We use the concoction of Cornstarch/MOM/Hydrogen Peroxide and Penaten for folds, and luckily we don't have pockets, but use unscented baby wipes for that special area!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAKA Bulldogs View Post
    Believe it or not we use Johnson & Johnson's baby shampoo - good enough for your baby, good enough for your dog, and we have never had an issue. We use the concoction of Cornstarch/MOM/Hydrogen Peroxide and Penaten for folds, and luckily we don't have pockets, but use unscented baby wipes for that special area!
    Believe it or not.. Johnson's Baby Shampoo is one of the harshest shampoos made. They just take out what burns the eyes but have higher levels of other chemicals. My hubby used to work for the packaging company that formulated this among many others. We were shocked and needless to say never used on our kids. No reason to change if your Bully is tolerating it ok. Just some info in case things change!

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    Default Re: Need some advice..

    Oh gosh - well we've never had an issue, mind you, we use very little, and we're not bathing dogs weekly. Thanks, good to know.

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    Default Re: Need some advice..

    I use unscented baby wipes on both her folds and under her tail (no pocket). After that I use a micro fiber towel to dry her. The one thing you need to do is to make sure you take the time to dry your pup well.
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