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Dog Hair Dye Information | Top perfomance products and how to Dye your Dogs Hair safely
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The Crazy Colours is a semi Perm Dye from the hairdressers, last about 4 weeks on my hair before its totaly gone, , I think about the same on the dogs I do, maybe a lil less, I apply it where I want (after the bath) let sit 10-15 minutes, swear under my breathe when the dog moves and smears it.. and then rinse out really well, Dry & finnish clip/style
Dog Hair Dye Information | Top perfomance products and how to Dye your Dogs Hair safely
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Can not be used on dogs under 6 months. Cannot use on cats. Do not use on dogs that have sensitive, irritated or damaged skin. Do not allow dog to lick. Avoid contact skin directly when applying color dye or lightening cream. Apply isolation cream first on skin if necessary especially for ears and tail areas. Avoid contact with eyes and mouth. If it happens, rinse immediately with plenty of water for 15 minutes. If allergic reaction happens, discontinue use immediately and consult a veterinarian.
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Photo provided by PexelsThis video shows you helpful instructions on how to dye your dogs hair using Kool-Aid
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Dyeing your dog can be safe and cause no harm if done right. For starters, your dog is not a good candidate for dyeing if they hate being bathed. Dogs that are groomed regularly are usually quite used to being bathed and it causes no unusual distress in them. If you are going to dye your dog’s fur, it is important to use the right dye. Human dyes are not meant for ingestion and are very toxic. Always remember that anything you put your dog is likely to be consumed when they lick their fur. Also, their fur tends to cover their whole body, making skin exposure to the dye significantly higher than it is when you dye your own hair.Seeing a dog with dyed hair is becoming more and more common on the street, particularly in the US and China. In China, the fad began with pet owners who wanted their dogs to resemble wild animals, with common dye jobs mimicking coats of tigers and panda bears. The trend then spread to the US, where it is more common to see dogs with dyed hair on Halloween, on a birthday, or another special occasion.We have been voted two years in a row by Time Out NY, and AMNY as Best Groom Spa in NYC. Our head groomer, May and her team have a combined experience of over 25 years and love each animal as their own. May, who has been noted in many groom magazines, is known for her superb skills and temperament with the animals. This is what has put her above the rest and help put The Salty Paw on the map. Our groom team have mastered all show breed cuts on both dogs & cats right down to the basic puppy cut. With her own unique style and her flawless finish, our clients come from all over the tri-state area to see her and her team. She is also known for her fun and funky hair cuts like mohawks and full body mowhawks. She uses vibrant colors to dye the dogs ears & tails, or to turn them into pandas or lions.People dye their hair all sorts of colors -- many never found in natural human hair -- and this trend is going to the dogs. Dying a dog's hair safely might mean going to a groomer experienced in canine color changes. You can ask your veterinarian if she has any recommendations for safe canine hair dyes.On that note, human hair dye is particularly unsafe for the job, as it contains harsh chemicals such as hydrogen peroxide and ammonia that all animals are particularly sensitive to. While some advocate using Kool­Aid for a safer option, hair dye meant specifically for dog’s fur is also becoming more widely available at groomers. Another thing to keep in mind is the amount that the pet in question is usually bathed.If you want to change your dog's hair color briefly -- such as dying him green for St. Patrick's Day -- food coloring is the safest way to go. While you can use the unsweetened version of Kool-Aid, it can make your dog's hair sticky. Bathe your dog prior to dying, so his fur is clean. Mix water and food coloring, then either place the mixture in a bath -- if your dog is small -- or put it into a squirt or spray bottle if your dog is larger or you only want to color certain areas. Soak the fur thoroughly, then brush or comb the dye to work it into his hair. When you're finished, place your dog on newspapers or old towels until she dries naturally. Otherwise, you'll have food coloring all over the place.