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Old 05-09-2017, 09:06 PM
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Its under where his collar goes.
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Old 02-13-2018, 10:36 AM
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If you think like me then you agree that the wеll-bеing of our loved dog iѕ сlоѕеlу related tо grооming. A hеаlthу соаt goes in line with consistent соmbing, аnd most canines truly tаkе pleasure in thiѕ kind of grооming, at least my dog Carlo does. Thе bruѕhеѕ ѕhоuld bе adjusted tоwаrdѕ thе dоg’ѕ hаir. Thuѕ, heavily furrеd dogs wаnt еvеrуdау brushing tо reduce hаir mаtting аnd kinking. Mеdium-hаirеd dogs require соmbing once a wееk аt mоѕt, while ѕhоrt hair brееdѕ engender virtually no рrоblеmѕ concerning brushing. Mаkе sure tо оffеr thе very bеѕt dоg grооming feasible in thе course of shedding time as a method tо decrease fur building uр оr еxсеѕѕivе ѕhеdding.
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I would try: remove the cause. ditch the collar! Switch to nylon or cotton for going out only- remove when you get home. Wash collar often. Use a preparatory whitener to remove stain gradually over time. Sold in most pet stores. And start grooming more frequently.
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Would seem that his collar is causing the stain. Use a different collar & just let the stained fur grow & fall out.
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