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    I really started to notice lately that all kodas white fur is quite dull, its getting brown and stained.
    Just wondering what brand of whitening shampoo people use on their dogs, i have seen some used at a boarding kennel and i loved the result, so i was thinking of getting some for koda.
    i have been doing some reasearch ( looking for resonably cheep ones) and found this one (i know its meant for horses but it says you can use it on dogs too)
    EquinadeGloWhiteShampoo_403442.jpg

    has anyone used this brand on their dogs (or horses) before? was it any good?

    also can i use whitening shampoo all over the dog, or do i have to use it just on his white fur?

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    I remember as a teenager we used vinegar on out white ponies. Worked a treat but not the nicest smelling. It would draw all the dirt out from skin.
    We used it on a pony from the sale yards that was stained a yellowy colour she was sparkling afterwoods.

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    Whitening shampoos enhance what is already white, but it won't remove staining or bleach the hair.
    The blue color of the shampoo helps reflect light making the whites appear brighter to the eye.

    If there is staining you will need to use a stain removing product like Eye Envy as well as the white shampoo.

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    I use equinade black shampoo and conditioner for my dogs and used it on my horses (the stuff you are showing) for my Palomino mare, when we showed her. I found Equinade a very reliable/good product. And it is relatively cheap in comparison with dog brands. The sizes are much larger too
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    Dressage Tails is another good one and I found it good for removing the majority of stain.

    Just edited to add,once was a tad over generous with the good ole Tru Blu and said gee gee was a lovely shade of violet for days lol You cant buy it anymore and used to be availible in the super market.
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    I am wondering it could be a seasonal thing. My minis tends to be all white and dark grey in warmer months and gets little brownish stain around mouth and behind during colder months.
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    I hate the stain under ruby's Eyes and Nose. I would love to be able to get rid og that, or at least make it look not so bad!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hachna View Post
    I am wondering it could be a seasonal thing. My minis tends to be all white and dark grey in warmer months and gets little brownish stain around mouth and behind during colder months.
    It can be with some breeds.
    Mums Basset has some staining around the wrinkles on his legs because it's so wet during winter, he goes outside to wee, his wrinkles get wet and they take too long to dry resulting in staining.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maddogdodge View Post
    I really started to notice lately that all kodas white fur is quite dull, its getting brown and stained.
    Just wondering what brand of whitening shampoo people use on their dogs, i have seen some used at a boarding kennel and i loved the result, so i was thinking of getting some for koda.
    i have been doing some reasearch ( looking for resonably cheep ones) and found this one (i know its meant for horses but it says you can use it on dogs too)
    EquinadeGloWhiteShampoo_403442.jpg

    has anyone used this brand on their dogs (or horses) before? was it any good?

    also can i use whitening shampoo all over the dog, or do i have to use it just on his white fur?
    yes i have it work well
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