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Old 01-23-2013, 06:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Eventually Mia will be traveling with my husband and I in an eighteen wheeler for up to 4 weeks twice a year. Will Bio Groom be sufficient to keep her clean while on the truck. I will take her shampoo with us, in case I get an opportunity to give a regular bath. Dogs aren't allowed inside the driver's lounges so unless we get a motel room for a night, bathing her the regular way may not be an option.
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Old 01-23-2013, 07:01 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I don't know of anything that will work better. Nothing can replace a "real" bath but the BioGroom will certainly help in-between. I find it leaves the coat soft and silky, not sticky like some other leave in products.
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I love bio groom! I think it will definitely help on between baths!


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Old 01-23-2013, 09:54 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I just wish they made a fragrance free version. I thought the fragrance was WAY too strong. I had to give the Lucy a real bath the day after I used the BioGroom because I couldn't stand how perfumy she smelled. I am extremely sensitive to frangrance though. I don't mind it on other people but I can't stand it on myself (or obviously, my dog--since she is so often glued to myself).
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It does have a lingering fragrance but I happen to like it even though I usually look for scent free products. I find BioGroom's fragrance quite nice but that would definitely be personal preference.
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It does have a lingering fragrance but I happen to like it even though I usually look for scent free products. I find BioGroom's fragrance quite nice but that would definitely be personal preference.

I agree- I am also one who does not find the scent offensive at all (has a linen detergent smell to me). But, I'm only sensitive to certain floral fragrances and that's about it. I do think the Biogroom waterless will help in between regular baths although I can't say that I've tried it more than for spot cleaning the feet, face, and butt. You might want to buy a bottle of Proline Self-Rinse Plus which may help keep her feet a little more squeaky clean than the biogroom. The Proline is more "chemical" like in texture and smell and is not tearless like the Biogroom. I think it may be worth it to have both in your arsenal as you travel as well as a spray bottle filled with just plain water and a few towels. Hope this helps! happy trucking!
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