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That definately sounds like a good solution. To be honest, I just think the brushes should last longer considering the light duty and infrequent use of the tool.
Thanks for your comment. If I were to change the oil, I would probably go with coconut oil. But, since my dogs have never licked it off, I'm not going to tempt them with a food scent. Guess I'm not hyper-fanatical about all natural products, as many "all naturals" ie, tea tree oil, etc. have (at best) a potential to irritate. I just know it works over many other touted products. Not sure if your 'mdeloor' means you are an md?? I'm a retired RN who doesn't get crazy about the small stuff, just what really matters.
The second pr of brushes actually melted into the housing and can't be removed.
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Mix 50% amber Listerine and 50% baby oil and spray on any itchy spots on your dog's skin. After trying every vet treatment and OTC dog products, this is the only thing I've found to be effective. Hair regrows quickly, redness and itching gone. Try it, and you will not be without it!
Just a reminder to those with pets: Zinc oxide is poisonous to pets, as are most otc sunscreens you may want to put on your pets with sparse coats.
just google sun screen for dogs, or zinc oxide and dogs. I have a mostly (hahaha) hairless chihuahua who can burn easily, so I researched it. Every vet blog says zinc oxide can be fatal. Since it is in most human sunscreens, they can't be used for pets. If you have any trouble finding sources, just let me know and I'll send specific websites. :-)
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