|11-08-2012, 07:37 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Dogs Name: Lilly, Raider, Bella
Dogs Age: 2yrs, 10months, 2yrsGallery Pics: 0
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As we all know, since I'm posting to this thread , I am new and am excited to join this community. I have 3 dobermans currently; Lilly, Raider, Bella. The two females are 2 years old and the male is about 10 months old.
I do have a quick question for everyone, does anyone recommend a good shampoo for your dobie? I know they can have dry skin every now and then. And since my three are currently in AZ they a little dryer skin than normal.
Thank you guys!!
Join Date: Nov 2012
|11-08-2012, 08:24 PM||#2 (permalink)|
Welcome to DT! And... SHARE PHOTOS OF YOUR DOGS, PLZ!
I use mild hypoallergenic type shampoos. Stuff that's gentle enough for young kittens and puppies, but still works great for adult dogs. I think bathing too often can cause dry skin as well. Dunno how dirty your dobes get out there, but I rarely have to bathe Riley and he never stinks. I mostly just bathe him when he gets into something or flopped in the mud.
“If you don't own a dog, at least one,
there is not necessarily anything wrong with you,
but there may be something wrong with your life.”
Join Date: May 2012
|11-08-2012, 09:18 PM||#4 (permalink)|
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Location: San Antonio, TX
Dogs Name: Sunking's An Affair to Remember "Rémy"
Dogs Age: Born April 17, 2012 (Tax Day, perfect for a Doberman!)Gallery Pics: 0
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Welcome to DT from another Texan!
We use a shampoo we buy at our vet's. It's "DermaLyte" by DermaPet. Hypo-allergenic, no animal protein, essential fatty acids, all natural, no soap or dyes, environmental formula, and has a really nice coconut scent since it contains coconut oil. We bathe our girl a couple of times a month. Her coat looks great and she smells wonderful, if I do say so myself.
Join Date: May 2012
|11-08-2012, 09:53 PM||#5 (permalink)|
"The word for female dog is not dogette"
Join Date: Sep 2012