Doggie Dye-jobs!

February 1, 2009 at 5:30 pm

Update! 2/25/09

Wow! That dye washes out quite a bit faster than we believed! Three weeks and one bath (each) later, Georgia and Fannie’s bright colors are extremely faded! I figure one or two more baths and I will have a natural colored dog… At least you know you won’t be stuck with the color for too long. :)

Heck yes! Our new groomer, Kelly, has a large selection of non-toxic hair dye for doggies. Recently Michelle and I got our little dogs dyed, just in time for Valentine’s Day! Here is Georgia, the longhaired chocolate dapple miniature Dachshund in screamin’ pink! She looks so awesome! The dye took really well to her lighter “dapple” spots and the little white spot on her chest. :) Kelly even painted her toenails hot pink! CUTE!

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And I got my over-sized Pomeranian dyed, too! Fannie got the “Magic Purple” treatment and I had Kelly dye her as if she were a little purple Husky. :) She left Fannie’s feet, belly, and tail tip their natural cream color, and left her face natural with a little purple widow’s peak! Fannie loves it and I think it is so cool!

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The dye is non-toxic and does not appear to rub off on carpets, clothes, or skin that I have seen. The label indicates that the dye will fade after several baths (5-7). If you have a light-colored dog and are interested in getting a little bit of exciting color into their coat, just give us a call! Kelly is here five days a week and is very excited about making your dog look cool! :)

Hope we see you soon! and Keep an eye out for little rainbow colored dogs!

~Sara

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