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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 09-13-2014, 09:39 AM Thread Starter
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Wipes? Stinks if not completely dried after swim

The short version: I didn't find this product doing a quick online search..

Bath wipes for dogs with post swim stank

If there is something that does the trick, safely, please let me know.

If not, I may just have a product on my hands. Don't steal it unless you cut me in.

Here's why: (longer version)

My Bruno swims in our salt-water pool every day. It's very cute except for the mess he makes coming back in the house. He literally can't resist a quick dip each time he goes outside. When he comes in, I towel him off as he tries to bit me and the towel and acts like a complete goofball. Then I towel the floor and we go on. This is really good enough although a blow dry is even better.

My family, however, does not towel him off. Perhaps its the biting ...

So he'll develop a rank odor, totally remedied by a rinse off and towel dry. He smells great, after a bath, and won't develop any smell unless he dips in the pool or the stream in the nearby park.

When he does stink, I'd love a deodorant wipe that would give me a quick solution. I thought of wiping him with a dryer sheet but thought better of it
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Maybe a spray shampoo like this one petco.com - Miracle Coat Spray-On Waterless Shampoo for Dogs customer reviews - product reviews - read top consumer ratings would work also.

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post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old 09-13-2014, 09:23 PM
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I would push the issue of drying him off. My golden got a really bad rash on his neck by his chest from not drying completely. He had to be on antibiotics for a while. I always dry him completely now .

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