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Old 11-09-2012, 09:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Can any one help me find those long lasting smell good sprays? The ones I buy at petsmart\petco suck! Any suggestions please...
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Best stuff ever!

FOO FOOŽ SIMPLY PLUMŽ COLOGNE FOR DOGS & CATS - FOO FOOŽ SIMPLY PLUMŽ COLOGNE - 8oz - 19019 - Natures Specialties
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My current top favorites (subject to change!) are:

Everyday Isle of Dogs Violet Sea Mist
Nootie Daily Spritz -- Coconut Lime Verbena
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I have a Les Pouches spray which is great. I will have to check out fluffyspoos and chagall 's moms suggestions.
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I love that Molly has no odor so she usually smells like her shampoo, but if we are 'going out on the Town' she wears whatever colonge I'm wearing! It'll last until her next bath....she gets bathed once a week!
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are definately showseasons brand. They have so many good scents and you can buy them in large or small containers... so you can stick with what you like, or change it up. Available through petagree grooming supplies
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I love that Molly has no odor so she usually smells like her shampoo, but if we are 'going out on the Town' she wears whatever colonge I'm wearing! It'll last until her next bath....she gets bathed once a week!
My dogs wear my cologne, too - lol! I have one cologne that's really strong, so I don't wear it often, so I spritz it on the dogs a couple times a week - it lasts forever!
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I have been using John Paul Pet oatmeal conditioning spray. It smells fresh, but doesn't have a lot of scent, which is good for us because we're allergic to most scents. I bought it at Petco and it was reasonably priced.
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Ive thought about the perfume thing but I thought it would harm them, but im gonna give it a try
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I like the smell of clean dog - Poppy smells very faintly of henna from her shampoo with mainly slightly peppery clean poodle, and Sophy's natural smell is slightly spicey floral (definitely not shampoo as she is very rarely bathed). Scent is so important to dogs it wouldn't occur to me to spritz them with something artificial - any unbearable pongs when I don't have time to bath them are adequately dealt with by bicarbonate of soda brushed through the coat!
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