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  • #93197

    merrow
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    i will always fronline the cat but norman dosnt go out much any more so dosnt pick them up really i only fronline him if i think he needs it and teddy i only done 2 times so far i belive.

    but if it keeps them at bay like when they r out on walks i would stop fronlining teddy

    #93198

    Anonymous

    yeah but the question is does the frontline work on the cat 😉

    #93199

    merrow
    Member

    lol it seems to of worked so far but to tell u the truth all it dose is sleep and eat its just a ball of sleeping fluff

    #93200

    Anonymous

    I have a question too!!  ;D

    Val, Joly……..
    Q: What is the spray you put on a SHOW dogs legs as I went to Windsor in July and a Schnauzer owner sprayed some of this stuff on to stop the fur on his legs blowing in the wind and getting messed up! He did really well in the end  😀

    #93201

    Anonymous

    If I have listened rightly to val I’m sure it could only be water as anything else is a no no in the show ring!!

    We’ll see if I have listened enough 😀

    #93202

    Anonymous

    You have listened  :-* the KC rules state nothing to be added to the coat.

    That said some people buy all sorts of sprays to use but if they were coat tested at a show like they can be they would lose everything they had won.

    Val

    [quote author=parker link=topic=5578.msg91752#msg91752 date=1163005532]
    If I have listened rightly to val I’m sure it could only be water as anything else is a no no in the show ring!!

    We’ll see if I have listened enough 😀
    [/quote]

    #93203

    Anonymous

    I’m glad want goes in stays in my brain ;D

    #93204

    Anonymous

    Amazing what you can learn hey!  ;D

    #93205

    kizkiznobite
    Member

    well – even i can tell when a clumber has been sprinkled with fullers earth – yukky stuff  ::)

    #93206

    toppy
    Member

    What is a Chalk Block  used for???

    and

    Are detangler combs a waste of money??

    And…… 😀

    Alot of people say they use head and shoulders shampoo on their dogs, is there any reason why they would use this?? as quite a few people i know say they use it!!??

    #93207

    merrow
    Member

    im not sure if its the stuff they use on dogs coats to make the white patches better and to mask stains and  that sorta thing, i  think u can bye theem in lots of diffrent shades i think

    i spoke to a lady who rescues and rehomes mini schnauzers ans she has got a comb that turns and she said its a god send getting trough tangles but iv not used one or seen them in the shops

    but saying that i dont no much so joly or val might corect me

    #93208

    Anonymous

    A Chalk block is just that a block of chalk it’s use for whiting and drying showdogs detangler combs are OK bit flimsy for my taste

    You should not use human shampoo on dogs the ph is wrong

    Val

    [quote author=toppy link=topic=5578.msg92322#msg92322 date=1163177136]
    What is a Chalk Block  used for???

    and

    Are detangler combs a waste of money??

    And…… 😀

    Alot of people say they use head and shoulders shampoo on their dogs, is there any reason why they would use this?? as quite a few people i know say they use it!!??
    [/quote]

    #93209

    toppy
    Member

    I know you cant see too good in the pictures, but today we noticed, the hair on her ears, well if you part under the hair then the hair goes grey?? would it of always been like this, just her colouring!! not good pictures but they are really dark grey/silver when in natural light looking at it from the eye!???

    #93210

    Anonymous

    Honeys ears are like that – even the blonder bits at the top are grey underneath! Shes got very grey all over in the last couple of years – all her neck is grey now!! And her litle muzzle has gone very white – you just cant really notice it because it looks normal – but compared to older pics its gone very white!

    #93211

    Anonymous

    Her feet will stay that colour the shading may vary with coat change but not a lot
    Val

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