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So.... Napa just pee-ed all over himself.... as in all over his front legs. Now Anthony's already given him a bath this week, because of the poo problem, so now what do I do about the pee problem? His parent are coming over tomorrow to see our new apartment and him. So... I kinda want him to be smelling clean.... Can I give him another bath so soon? Help!
 

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The disposable doggy wipes from the pet store are great
for emergency clean ups when a bath isn't feasible....
but, I have bathed Coco two days in a row due to mud.
I don't think it hurts much, especially if you
don't bathe again for awhile. Some folks bathe
once a month and others I know take theirs to the groomer
once a week!! :shock: That is a lot to me.
Brushing and using the wipes has helped us out
in a pinch and takes the pee smell away.

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Baby wipes work well also and are generally cheaper than petwipes

You can also take a "miracle cloth" and get it very wet with warm water and wipe your doggie down - helps in high pollen season coz they bring all that in, or if you just wanna freshen him up
 

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i've used the doggywipes on Peanut and it helps tremendously to get rid of any odors :D
(max slobbers on her daily while wrestling) :roll:
 

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we keep babywipes in the garage and we use this to wipe the doodles down if they need it - the generic baby wipes are cheaper than most of the petwipes they sell :wink:
 

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Baby wipes! Of course! Although Target carries a brand that smells great and isn't outrageously expensive. I like to use two and give Ebbe a massage/cleaning! She definitely prefers this to a bath!
 
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