what are some home remedy tips to grooming your dogs, how can i get rid of ticks and make my dogs look shiny?

April 22, 2011 by Justin 1 Comment

Question by bre: what are some home remedy tips to grooming your dogs, how can i get rid of ticks and make my dogs look shiny?

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Answer by Becci H
you should try to brush your dogs every few days, to get theme really shiny i use man o war horse shampoo with lanilon, it makes them shiny like the dogs you see on tv, one good way to remove a tick would be to cover the whole and the dogs skin where it is attached with baby oil, the baby oil will make the tick release itself, and then you put the tick in alchol to kill it.

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A native of Greensboro, North Carolina, Justin now lives in the Grant Park neighborhood of downtown Atlanta, Georgia. His Catahoula Leopard Dog, Riley, keeps him active in the city and serves as Justin's primary inspiration when writing product reviews and advice columns. He believes every pet owner deserves reliable, objective, accurate information to ensure the ongoing well-being of their dogs. He enjoys golfing, fishing, hiking, softball, photography, technology, and writing. You can connect with Justin on Facebook, Twitter, and FriendFeed.

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  1. weeza_beeza says:

    Get a safe flea and tick killer like Frontline for the dog to prevent ticks from biting. Or you can get a tweezer and place it where the ticks head meet the skin and gently pull it out. Clean the spot with hydrogen peroxide. Keep a close eye on the bite area for inflammation, and your dog for illness as ticks carry numerous diseases. For a shiny coat there are many Omega 3 fatty acid supplements at the pet stores or at the veterinarians that do a great job.

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