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Old 10-30-2017, 12:11 PM
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If it works, very likely because it interferes with smell (masks the smell of other dogs), and if it doesn't work, you and your dog will smell very nice.

For me, in the past, likely had an amazing affect on me, it smelled good, and I felt confident, which likely reflected on my handling.

Harmless, cheap, easy is always on my 'worth a try' list.
That sounds good enough BUT do you know if they make something similar that might smell more like motor oil? You know to appeal to my male ego and all.
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We've used the lavender oil some it did seem to help some. On the note essential oils, has anyone here used a rosemary rinse to help with bugs? That stuff grows everywhere here, we boil some down to make a rinse, and use after bathing the dogs. Kind of an old wives thing. But it does seem to help, and like the lavender smells great.
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Old 10-30-2017, 12:37 PM
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Meh. I'm a grown man and my Mom still smacks me on the back of the head when I act up in front of her lol. I think its kinda cute
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Meh. I'm a grown man and my Mom still smacks me on the back of the head when I act up in front of her lol. I think its kinda cute
My mom and dad do the same to thing to my brother's LOL :-):-):-)

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