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    Yep know what you mean now Myf. In Qld we lived on bushland and they'd get really dusty etc. Try a quick brush-off, if greasy a bit of corn-flour through the coat helps dramatically. Must be corn-flour though, others can get too gluggy for my liking.

    Just a brush or even a quick frisk with a towel hanging by the door should help you.

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    I can't wash her everyday, and brushing doesn't remove greaseyness
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    Myf, there are a few products on the market which are like a dry-wash, but I seriously find corn-flour to be such a cheap alternative. Besides, they smell nice. Lol.

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    Thanks DA, I'll look into it.
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    hey here ia a solution of your problem..try to tarin your pet in order to make them clean and tidy..
    i would suggest you to make proper habbits which can make your pets life healthy too

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    I know this is an old thread but I just thought I would add that a)bob- dogs get dirty, its reality, there is nothing unhealthy about it. And b) Given how much Sam and Sophie love the mud I towel them off and use talcom powder to take some of the smell and damp out of their coats. Sam, like Lady, is an outside dog so in the wetter months he is getting this almost every day. If he is not too bad I just towel him off, if not he gets powdered, when it gets too bad he gets a bath. You would be amazed at how much you can fix with powder and a towel

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    A wet/dry vac? LOL

    If it was just dirt, I would put the pet brush on the kirby on her or use the reverse and blow it off LOL.

    That or a quick scrub in the shower, you could take the doggie straight into their, don't use any products, just water and a quick scrub down, dry with 2 microfibre towels and maybe get a towelling dog coat to soak up the rest.

    I hope you figure out something xxxx

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