White dog owners understand that their fur babies don’t stay white very long. Your pet might be fresh from the groomer, but even one trip outdoors can leave her looking worse for wear. Over time, your dog's white coat can take on the appearance of an old, yellowish color without proper care. There are some precautions to take while taking care of your pooches fur -
Biogroom Super White Coat Brightening Shampoo - By using Biogroom Super White Coat Brightening Shampoo you can make your furry friend coat stand out. Its special pearlescent brightness adds brilliance and sparkle. Soy Protein gives strength and body. Helps prevent dryness. Bound to leave the coat clean, smooth, and easy to manage. Natural cleansers are derived from growable and 100% biodegradable sources of coconut oil. Luxurious fast lather that rinses out quickly, leaving the coat with a fresh clean smell. When handling tough stains, do not dilute the shampoo. Use the formula neat, and leave to soak into the hair for a few minutes before rinsing.
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Try using baking soda on a grey or stained coat. Baking soda is excellent at removing stains. It is also suitable for use on most hair types. Put directly into the bathwater or mix into a paste and apply directly to the stain. Leave to soak for a few minutes then rinse to get better results.
Dealing with Tear Stains
Tear stains occur more on white-coated dogs, their white coat simply makes the matter seem more prominent. If the problem occurs in your dog frequently or has suddenly become a problem, it is a good idea to get your fur baby checked out by a vet. There might be a tear duct infection or blockage.
To treat tear stains on white coats, use a stain remover specifically designed for the eye area such as Tropiclean, SPA Tear Stain Facial Cleanser. The mild, concentrated formula has natural exfoliating activity. Great for all skin types and pets of all ages.