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    Default Re: Best butt flushes

    Quote Originally Posted by BruceP View Post
    Have you tried saline solution?
    No, I haven't! Just regular old saline I could get at Walmart?

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    Default Re: Best butt flushes

    You could use any of the above such as witch hazel, or saline solution , or just plain water, and put it into a syringe, like the kind you use for giving kids medicine, or one that you use after mouth surgery to flush out debris with. You can probably find them at a drugstore.
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    Default Re: Best butt flushes

    Keeping it clean back there is job one. Bea has a tail pocket as tight and deep as Loch Ness. For her, its Duoxo shampoo baths in the tail pocket and Duoxo wipes. I recently bought some Duoxo FOAM -- like mousse -- which I'm going to try today after Tub Time. Bea's tail pocket has that "corn chip" thing going on this week. It's definitely time for her "treatment". LOL I also have Malaket wipes on hand but the Duoxo works so much better.

    For Bo, its the area between the butthole and the tail....yes, THE TAINT. I keep it clean (hypoallergenic baby wipes - "One and Done" Pampers Cucumber Aloe) and then once it's clean and dry in there, I put cream on it; either Desitin or, if it's bothering him, anti-itch cream.

    For some reason, they HATE the smell of the Malaket wipes. It doesn't keep me from using them on them for this or that though.

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