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Old 04-29-2012, 01:53 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I guess I mean the brown bleaching to a reddish color. His coat is super thick!
And his nails are trimmed every 6 to 8 weeks ... should I be trimming them more often?
I use Groomer's Edge Emerald Black to prevent the reddish tinge. I will be getting Top Performance Sunblock Spray for dogs for coat color protection.

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If you can get out of the cabin, that is!! I'd keep him inside until you can get some product to protect his coat color.
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Any sprays used to prevent brown coats from sunburning will be more of a waste of money than anything else.

Since he's not a show dog I say let him get bleached. . The only way to prevent it is to limit sun exposure.
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Ice on Ice is suppose to have sunscreeen and prevent fading and damage caused by sun according to their ad. I have some on order but have never used it so perhaps it is ineffective. I must say Russell looks luscious. I just want to bury my hands in his coat.
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Ice on Ice is suppose to have sunscreeen and prevent fading and damage caused by sun according to their ad.
I am ordering some of this from the CC Buy Guess I'll wait and see if it works
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If it worked there wouldn't have been an article in the brown issue of Poodle Variety where long time brown breeders discussed the conundrum of keeping brown show coats from going orange. . The only real answer was having a fully shades yard or no going outside in sunny times. . Or dying your orange poodle.
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If it worked there wouldn't have been an article in the brown issue of Poodle Variety where long time brown breeders discussed the conundrum of keeping brown show coats from going orange. . The only real answer was having a fully shades yard or no going outside in sunny times. . Or dying your orange poodle.
Guess he'll just look like this again
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Oooh, sun bleaching! I personally think the sun bleached brown looks kinda cool!
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If it worked there wouldn't have been an article in the brown issue of Poodle Variety where long time brown breeders discussed the conundrum of keeping brown show coats from going orange. . The only real answer was having a fully shades yard or no going outside in sunny times. . Or dying your orange poodle.
I dyed a yellow-bleached chocolate lab with purple to correct it. Worked beautifully.
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I dyed a yellow-bleached chocolate lab with purple to correct it. Worked beautifully.
They make brown dye too!
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unfortunately i have to agree that if you don't want to have that orange coat you should keep him inside and let him go out only early in the morning and evening.the CC ice on ice won't help, i just tried it on my brown medium size female and didn't work at all.shadow and not direct sunlight that's the solution.
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