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    puppy wipes???

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    Hey ladies! I am wondering if any of you have ever used the puppy wipes so that you don't have to give your dog a bath or if you can't give your dog a bath just yet??? Since Maycie had her surgery on the 4th I have to give it 2 weeks before I can bathe her according to the humane society and she just smells like stinky puppy and I would REALLY love to be able to clean her up. I just want to know how well those work if they work at all!! Thanks!!




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    I worked at a pet store and we used them ALL the time on the puppies, so I still do on my puggy poo. They work great and make them smell clean too. Kind of like baby wipes for pups!



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    I'm wondering if I got some pampers sensitive skin baby wipes if that would work as well. It's just to get the peepee smell off of her that she gets when she's in her kennel and potties in there.




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    itd probably do the trick just as well! Go for it and let me know how it works!



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    k Thanks!!! Hopefully I can get her smelly fresh! LOL!! As soon as I can give her a bath though it's scrubby time! LOL!!!




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    Yep...I'd use baby wipes!!!!! Scented preferably.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Victoria View Post
    Yep...I'd use baby wipes!!!!! Scented preferably.
    SCENTED DEFINITELY! LOL!!! I might get some babypowder as well!! That always made our pups back in Texas smell good when they came in from the hot and just smelled like hot wet dog!




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    Quote Originally Posted by VinnysGirl View Post
    SCENTED DEFINITELY! LOL!!! I might get some babypowder as well!! That always made our pups back in Texas smell good when they came in from the hot and just smelled like hot wet dog!
    just make sure her skin is moist enough with the powder, puppies are really sensative, but you are a good pup-mom, I'm sure you'll notice if anything goes wrong..or dry rather



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    Quote Originally Posted by kkristenmmarie View Post
    just make sure her skin is moist enough with the powder, puppies are really sensative, but you are a good pup-mom, I'm sure you'll notice if anything goes wrong..or dry rather


    Oh yes!! Most definitely!!! I would only use a little probably and around the neck area since that's where sister (Sophie) likes to slobber her down so the extra moisture there is NEVER a problem! LOL!!! I would do puppy perfume, but I know that stuff has alcohol in it and can dry skin out quickly. She drinks water ALL day! I swear I fill their water bowl 5-6 times a day AT LEAST! She's a pretty oily pup so I'm sure she'll be fine!!




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    We dont bathe Bella very often because frankly...she doesnt need it and she is HUGE so it is a HUGE event...but...she tends to be a goober inthe eye girl and a slobber onthe face girl so wipeys are good.
    She is SO good about letting us "wash" her face.
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