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Old 03-06-2012, 02:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Often times, dog grooming products can do more harm than good. Many contain harsh foaming agents and have an improper pH which can cause the skin to flake or become irritated. That is why it is important to use products like Royal Treatment Italian Pet Spa, which contain natural ingredients and are specifically Ph balanced for dog's sensitive skin. To learn more about what ingredients you should look for in your dog shampoo, check out the video below or visit Royal Pet Club. You can also ask us questions right here on this forum! What skin or fur issues do you face with your dog?

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Old 03-06-2012, 04:36 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Do you have something to hold back his bangs until they grow out enough to put in a topknot?
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Our biggest challenge is tear staining. Hoping to learn more about those products that you offer.
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We have tearless wipes which are great for taking care of tear stains. You can find our Coconut and Vanilla wipes here:

Organic Coconut and Vanilla Wipes | Bath dog | Pet and supplies | Royal Pet Club
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I see the wipes contain almond oil. Do most of your products contain nut oil? Just checking because we have a human nut allergy in our household so couldn't use if so. Also our dogs have hair not fur so are the products good for that as well?
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I see the wipes contain almond oil. Do most of your products contain nut oil? Just checking because we have a human nut allergy in our household so couldn't use if so. Also our dogs have hair not fur so are the products good for that as well?
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Yes, many of our products do contain nut oil because of their moisturizing qualities. You may want to try our Honey and Oatmeal Shampoo, which contains castor oil as the main oil and no nut oils. If you have any more questions about the ingredients in products you would like to order, please email us at contact@royalpetclub.com. Thanks!
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what stuff the puppy can not be feed?
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