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just curious what you do to wash your li'l dogs pee area. Molly gets stinky there and yellow after 2 days, but we only bathe her once a week. So what do you all do to keep them getting yellow and stinky?
 

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Originally posted by mmforever@Sep 26 2005, 05:07 PM
just curious what you do to wash your li'l dogs pee area.  Molly gets stinky there and yellow after 2 days, but we only bathe her once a week.  So what do you all do to keep them getting yellow and stinky?
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the proline self rinse plus was reccomended to me to clean the facial hair between baths. it would be good for the bottom too. It really works great! Leaves a fresh scent too. A mild one, not too strong. Heres the link

http://www.cherrybrook.com/store/ProductDe...productID=53826
 

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Originally posted by puppy_luv4life@Sep 26 2005, 05:15 PM
you can get a baby wipe or a clorox wipe and wipe it down every time she/he pottys!... rylee peeed all over himself when he was LITTLE too...
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You may want to be careful with the clorox wipe since they tent to "clean" themselves in that area.

I usually clean it with wet cloth or with baby soap and water.
 

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I think just some warm water and a little sponge bath would be ideal for keeping that area clean between baths. I don't think I would recommend clorox wipes there personally as they may burn her skin. Baby wipes are very good too, I use the unscented ones on Scooby if need be
 

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We use unscented, alcohol free, baby wipes for Indy's private areas
They keep him clean all week until it's bath time again. They are very mild and do not cause any irritation to his skin. We like the Huggies wipes the best, but any wipe that is unscented and alcohol free would work
I would not use Clorox wipes, they are way too harse for them.
 
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