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  1. #31
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    I have a baby power dog colonge and also the fidos one, the fido last much longer and smells nicer for longer.

    Ebay you can get them cheaper then in store aswell. Sometimes in bulk.

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    Hi DA, no luck sadly at any of the stores...

    I did find this though Allergroom S Emollient Shampoo

    Does that help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    The neighbours had some Cate. The smell wasn't good IMO.

    Angela, I spot clean Inca's legs after chicken or meat, or else the pinkiness is hard to get out. I used Allergroom years ago, but can't find it anywhere here.

    Aloveen is nice, but I remember Allergroom being rather long-lasting.
    Stupid pet shop here. Found another one the other day. This one is crapping me off something chronic. I cannot handle being served by imbeciles who know nothing. (Woops, chucked an OT vent in there sorry.)
    Google Allergroom, heaps come up but i didnt have time to find an Australian supplier sorry.

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    i have used the st bernard one, you can get it from woollies, it is ok, smells great and is really cheap about $6 for 500ml, I aloveen, i love the way it smells and although it is fairly pricey i mix it about 5:1 with water and it gets rid of the doggy smells and the conditioner is amazing, long lasting glossy coat! doesn't hurt that my other half loves it as well and regularly uses the aloveen on himself! solves his flaky scalp and he only has to wash every few days!

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    A friend of mine in South Africa who owns a Border Collie, washes it with OMO. She said it was easier for all that hair and her dog smells good! Of course, she doesn't wash the dog all that often.

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