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    Rogaine on dog's!

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    Seriously?!! I don't care if Wally loses all his hair at this point… I'm pulling out all of MY hair!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dolphin View Post
    Rogaine on dog's!
    No Phil. C'mon Man! I was trying to cheer up Tracey. The mange thing is the one thing that is on Tracey's last nerve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddnene View Post
    Seriously?!! I don't care if Wally loses all his hair at this point… I'm pulling out all of MY hair!!!
    Tracey, you shouldn't use Rogaine either. For goodness sake, your husband would come through the door and think you were Taliban or something. Or you would join the circus as the bearded lady. Whatever you do...don't use Rogaine


    I joined the hair club for men and Captian Picard got me in...Rogaine. Rub it on, let in sink in...Rogaine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjisaterp View Post
    Tracey, you shouldn't use Rogaine either. For goodness sake, your husband would come through the door and think you were Taliban or something. Or you would join the circus as the bearded lady. Whatever you do...don't use Rogaine


    I joined the hair club for men and Captian Picard got me in...Rogaine. Rub it on, let in sink in...Rogaine.
    Oh dear LORD… I just busted up laughing… LMAO!!! Boy I could of used you guys last night to keep me rolling… Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddnene View Post
    Oh dear LORD… I just busted up laughing… LMAO!!! Boy I could of used you guys last night to keep me rolling… Lol
    Also, Rogaine does not work on bald spots around sprinklers. It is not that kind of product. Instead, use Top Soil, grass seed and some starter fertilizer for the bald spots in your yard.

    And Walter, whateever you do..don't try to connect the bald spots to one another. If you do 2 comes after 1 and not 3.

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    Tracey - I beyond LOVE your threads... they always go down a side road at some point and just crack me up! Glad all is going well and the last of the mange is in sight
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    You can dilute the tee tree oil. I use coconut oil for some things, witch hazel or others. You can use olive oil or almond oil. There are several others too. That's just the ones that come to mind for me that are most common. I use it in a foot soak for myself, so I suppose you could even dilute it with water. If it were me, and I'm no expert, I would put a small amount on him for 2 days and then see if he has a reaction. You can also put the drops on your palm then rub it on him so you don't get too much. Sometimes those little bottles almost pour out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    Tracey - I beyond LOVE your threads... they always go down a side road at some point and just crack me up! Glad all is going well and the last of the mange is in sight
    I think this thread is already off the chain… at least we haven't added the MAN CANDY pics yet, I'm sure that's coming!!! Lol It just proves that ALL of us are beyond mad…

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roseann View Post
    You can dilute the tee tree oil. I use coconut oil for some things, witch hazel or others. You can use olive oil or almond oil. There are several others too. That's just the ones that come to mind for me that are most common. I use it in a foot soak for myself, so I suppose you could even dilute it with water. If it were me, and I'm no expert, I would put a small amount on him for 2 days and then see if he has a reaction. You can also put the drops on your palm then rub it on him so you don't get too much. Sometimes those little bottles almost pour out.
    I'm NOT an oil expert, and I guess that why I freaked out when I googled tea tree oil and pets… worse case scenario of course. My vet wants me to bring the bottle in and she's going to dilute it for me...

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    Very interesting! I knew the benefits of the oil (especially in shampoos- great stuff), but didn't realize that the straight oil was so toxic. Thank you for teaching me something new! I love this place! I also learned rogaine can give you hairy hands and doesn't work around sprinkler heads.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ddnene View Post
    I think this thread is already off the chain… at least we haven't added the MAN CANDY pics yet, I'm sure that's coming!!! Lol It just proves that ALL of us are beyond mad…
    Candy maybe dandy but liquor is quicker. Lol

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