Share your secret!

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shrek
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Share your secret!

Post by shrek » 03 Apr 2009, 17:35

How do you keep your schnauzers beard clean please!!!!!!!!!! Mollies is always brown at the ends and there must be a secret that no-ones shared with me as no-one elses schauzers look so mucky!

please x

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Post by amyandbarry » 03 Apr 2009, 18:51

I've often wondered why their beards go that colour you see it in Westies too. I think it looks quite sweet!

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Post by Maggie May » 03 Apr 2009, 20:11

I wipe Maggie's developing beard with my husbands flannel when he's not looking. (sing)
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Post by Maureen » 03 Apr 2009, 20:31

I use baby wipes - great for when they've had fish in tomato sauce (sick) .
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Post by PrimaVista » 03 Apr 2009, 21:40

If they've had something messy, like sardines in tomato sauce, they get the wet flannel treatment.

Other than that, a daily dose of the slicker brush followed by a comb through seems to do the trick with my blacks.
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Post by Mitch » 03 Apr 2009, 22:03

Maggie May wrote:I wipe Maggie's developing beard with my husbands flannel when he's not looking. (sing)

(giggle) I will have to remember this one

we use THEIR OWN (Maggie may (tuttut) (giggle) ) flannels or baby wipes

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Post by Pottydottie » 06 Apr 2009, 08:28

They clean each others beards after a meal but a baby wipe most of the time.

But there beards are far from white I have got to a piont were i have given up. (question)
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Post by terri » 06 Apr 2009, 09:08

I bath my dogs once a month but they still have stained beards. Every other bath they get a clip with it. I wash there beards 2-3 times each time and use a whitening shampoo, which helps a little bit. Bascically the staining in the beard is from their saliver but I think dog food and the dye thats in it is also a cause? So maybe barf dogs dont have such a problem?

My Westie does have the same problem but not as bad around his face as his hair is not so long, but his feet are brown because of licking, being a Westie he is prone to foot licking!

I have been told that a paste of bicarbonate of Soda removes some of the staining, leave it on for a few minutes then rinse and shampoo off. Bicarb is used for household stain removal in the home too. I have not tried as yet, but worth a try, mind it does not get in the mouth though.

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Re: Share your secret!

Post by Rolo » 27 Jun 2019, 13:08

Anyone tried bicarbonate of soda and egg white? Or cider vinegar? Why does bottled water help?
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Re: Share your secret!

Post by CharlieCharlie » 03 Dec 2019, 16:11

I've tasted the food of my pup few times... and it seemed pretty tasty (not awful as I thought).
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