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|Comment||Thankyou for your advice. I asked her veterinarian about using a temporary black styling mousse on her back, showed him the ingredients and he did not think that there was anything that would harm her. It washes out but stays on between baths. She does not itch or lick herself which helps - I would not use it otherwise. I tried dog dye but it has to stay on for 15 minutes - so not an option. I will try the bottle water - I had no idea that the tap water was causing the discoloration around her muzzle. I keep her in a lamb cut about 1/2 to 3/4 inches long. She is a doll and the light of my life. Again, thanks. Joanne L.|
I can answer general questions about Poodles. My specific area of expertise is Standard Poodles, but I will answer all questions about Poodles and dog related questions if I can. If I can't answer your question, I will be able to find information or someone who can.
I am a Dog Groomer and Dog Trainer, who has raised Standard Poodles for over 25 years. I can answer Housebreaking questions, Obedience/Training questions, Grooming questions, Breeding questions, and General Dog questions. I can also give SUGGESTIONS about general Health questions, but as I am not a Certified Vet, I cannot and will not diagnose illnesses. If you think that your dog is seriously ill, please contact your own Vet.
I am a member of the American Kennel Club.
I have worked at several Pet stores in my area, worked for a year as a Vet Tech, was an apprentice for a Dog Trainer, and have also worked at a Grooming/Showing kennel for several months. I have also raised, shown, currently train, and groom my own Standard Poodles, and have for over 25 years.