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Old 01-25-2005, 07:24 PM
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hey i know theres a groomer on here but i cant remember who anyway what is a good way too get rid of that orangey color by the eye i have a silky terrier and hes got alot of white in him and his face is white and hes got like tear stains on it and there was something else and when i remember ill post it lol
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Old 01-26-2005, 12:36 AM
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Hey 2pups!
I'm the groomer you were lookin for LOL Anyway, those are tear stains that you are talking about. Long hair dogs get these pesky tear stains because when the tears come out for whatever reason, they naturally flow down the face, bunching up in the hair and drying.

First off, you could try putting regular ol' dog soap on a wash rag and really scrubbing the area best you can. That doesn't work, put some Hydrogen Peroxide on the area. Allow it to sit for awhile, then rinse out. If this doesn't work, go to your local petshop/petstore and ask them where the Diamond Eye is. They will know where to direct you.

Here is a website that you can check out Diamond Eye on:
http://www.bestpetsupply.com/brands/Vitacoat/

I hope this helps! Don't hesitate to ask any more questions!!
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Old 01-26-2005, 11:26 AM
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hey thanks ill try that next bath ill probally have more questions i groom my 2 myself brownie my yorkie would never let anyone else touch him and little guy dont sit still lol
thanks agian it great to have a groomer here
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Old 01-26-2005, 01:11 PM
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I also have a question about this. I'm dog sitting my neighbors white Poodle and would like to bathe him before they come back. He also has those brown tear stains on his face. Do you have to dilute the hydrogen peroxide?

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Old 01-27-2005, 12:41 AM
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Hey Dena
No, don't dilute it as long as the Poodle is white. If it is any other color, you should dilute it. I would say for apricot dilute it 2:1 to water. For black, 2:3. Hope it turns out good!
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Old 01-28-2005, 07:20 PM
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HEY PRO i need you i usally always clean brownies ears myself but i just use dry q tips and i do only what i can see but i forgot one week to clean them and now there a little red and he whines a little how can i clean them what should i use??
someone told me to use proxide and ive heard one part white vinigar and the olther part acahol SP? sorry for the spelling im typeing fast lol any suggesstions please help brownie ears
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Old 01-28-2005, 10:02 PM
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Hiya 2pups!
Well, it sounds as though Brownie's ears may be infected. If there is a foul smell coming from the ears, go ahead and take him to the vet to get some antibiotics. Here is what I do to clean the ears:
Get 3 or 4 Q-tips, and dip one side of each into peroxide. Clean the ears without probing too deep. Then, with the dry side, dry the ears up. Good luck with this~ I hope he doesn't have an ear infection*
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Old 01-29-2005, 01:48 PM
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when roxy had those tear stains the groomer (the bad one, who yanked out the hair in roxys ears out) took a flea comb and just combed out the hardened hairs that were there, the tear stains. but it wasnt a combing. she yanked it. and once agian roxy yelped and cried. i seriously think she doesnt know what she is doing.
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Old 01-29-2005, 05:17 PM
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thanks pro47 i dont think his ear are infected they look fine now i think they just needed a cleaning useally use it dry and i also think it irritated SP? his ears if it gets worse ill take him my vet is only a couple of blocks and we are always there hanging out lol thats kaykos favorite place they have cats that live at the vet and they keep loose and kayko loves the kittys lol thanks again ill clean them next time with what you said
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