Can I wipe the puppy's paws and behind with hypoallergenic baby wipes? It seems way more economical.
Well, not much experience with this vet. We used them for our last dog but we didn't have to go much as he was never sick or anything. I would hope they know what they are talking about ughLike I said I haven't done much reading on it so I don't have a definite answer on it, plus I don't know much about baby wipes. But if your vet said it was ok and you trust your vet and feel comfortable with using them I don't see why not. I would maybe once you pick a brand/type to buy just run it buy your vets to double check though.
Thanks for the info. I checked and these don't contain this ingredient.A Warning About Using Baby Wipes on our Dogs | Keep the Tail Wagging - According to this, many wipes contain Propelyne glycol which is very toxic for dogs.
When I've had to wipe up my dogs' paws or butt, I've used a water/vinegar mix.