[/QUOTE]Originally posted by vita@Feb 6 2005, 12:56 PM
I don't dilute these products either...but I use so little. once the dog is thoroughly wet a little shampoo goes very far and same with the rinse. I have never had problems with dry coat on either of my guys and I have been using these products for years.
[/QUOTE]Originally posted by vita@Feb 6 2005, 01:11 PM
My guess..the mats at that grooming session came more because the groomer used a cage dryer...most of them do...I don't think the cage dryer for a little bit to take some moisture out of the coat is bad but pretty consistency they leave the dog in there too long, then it is harder to really do a good job with smaller dryer on the table...but it takes them less time to complete the grooming.
Lately the only other products I use are..baby shampoo on face, baby no tangle spray as I am blow drying because if I start on one end (I always do head first...though in theoryl this is consider "wrong") by the time I get to the other the hair is too dry to comb out properly so I sprtiz some detangler to re wet.and I found this product that is similar to kolestral (but contains barley) that I will use to smooth down the dried coat..a dab in my hand and rub hands over the dogs.
[/QUOTE]Originally posted by MalteseJane@Feb 6 2005, 06:40 PM
I can tell you one thing. If I bathe Alex every week (with Pet Silk) I don't have a matt problem. And I don't brush everyday. Even 2 weeks between shampoo and it is not too bad. After that yes there will be a matt problem. I<div align="right">index.php?act=findpost&pid=33853