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    Senior Dog Member Commanderkins's Avatar
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    Whitening Shampoo

    Any Pro grommers or show people on here that have white dogs and need

    to whiten their dogs???

    I cannot get my shih-tzu who has long hair, white....he has a yellow tinge

    to him...I use Hartz blue whitening shampoo for dogs, but I think that this

    is just to cheap of a brand.


    Does anybody have any tips even household products(that are non-toxic of

    course: they use that can whiten there dogs to a really brite white?
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    I have heard good things about Chris Christensen's white on white shampoo [Edit by Moo]
    btw, I would ditch the Hartz, not a great company.
    Last edited by Moo; 11-09-2006 at 05:03 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tay115
    I have heard good things about Chris Christensen's white on white shampoo [Edit by Moo]

    btw, I would ditch the Hartz, not a great company.
    THANKS FOR THE LINK AND EXPALIN TO ME MORE ABOUT HARTZ.(SORRY FOR ALL CAPS)
    Last edited by Moo; 11-09-2006 at 05:03 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Commanderkins
    THANKS FOR THE LINK AND EXPALIN TO ME MORE ABOUT HARTZ.(SORRY FOR ALL CAPS)
    http://www.hartzvictims.org/ (one website, you can google for more info)

    Hartz is one of the worst pet manufacturers imo, I wouldn't support that type of company.

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    i like the groomers whitning shmapoo i use it on bit of my long cated lhasa back of legs and feet where he pees it also had everning primrose in so isnt so harsh on the coat as some r
    What is the difference between a dog and a fox?

    About 5 drinks

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    i use the groomers whightning shamppo with added everning primrose oil on my long coated lhasa just on his feet and legs where he sometimes pees
    What is the difference between a dog and a fox?

    About 5 drinks

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    For Sheena I use
    [EARTHBATH]

    Light Color Coat
    Brightener Shampoo

    A Natural Approach

    Earthbath® responded to the need for a natural shampoo which adds extra sparkle and brilliance to the coats of light colored dogs and cats. We blended a special selection of natural minerals (known as optical brighteners) with the essence of lavender. This wonderfully aromatic and mild shampoo naturally brightens the coats of any dog or cat with light colored markings or highlights. Additionally, it is safe for any colored coat and will leave your best friend's coat shiny, soft, plush, and smelling naturally fresh. Safe for dogs and cats, puppies and kittens over the age of 6 weeks.


    Ingredients


    Purified water, natural cleansers, essence of lavender, optical brighteners. All ingredients are natural, 100% biodegradable, and extra gentle on you and your pet.


    Instructions for Use

    Shake well before using to ensure that natural ingredients are in suspension. On a wet coat, lather your pet thoroughly with a few good palm-fulls of Earthbath
    ® Totally Natural Pet Shampoo. For best results, leave on coat for several minutes to allow time for the optical enhancing minerals to work their wonders. Rinse off. Towel dry thoroughly with a big hug. For luxurious conditioning and detangling manageability, use in conjunction with Earthbath® Coat Detangler & Conditioner. May be diluted 25 parts water to 1 part shampoo if desired.





    This gets he coat sparkling white. And we can use it as regualarly as we want because it doesn't dry out the coat.
    Nicole & Sheena PSD OFA FD FDX

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    I have a white Pom and I use Bio-groom's Super White. Also, a trick the breeder taught me was to sprinkle baby powder that has corn starch in it (they don't all have it) and work it into the fur. It absorbs yellowing oils from the fur. If you do it too often, the coat might get dry so I just use it once or twice a week.
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    URL's to grooming product websites have been editted out. This is, after all, a grooming product manufacturers site. If you would like information on how to obtain the posted products, please private message the member.

    Pro Dog Grooming has a brightening shampoo:

    http://www.prodoggroomingsupplies.com/dog_shampoo.htm




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    Brightens black or white coats & enhances colors





    Brightens white coats and produces brilliant results on dark coat colors, eliminates yellow discoloration and stains.

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    Chris Christensen-they also have a waterless product (Show Off)that is good for spot baths like when your white dog runs through the freshly mown grass. Their grroming spray (Ice on Ice) is awesome. My groomer uses it now and she loves it for shih-tzus-it doesn't make the coat fell slick, over-conditioned or greasy.

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