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    I am interested in opinions on Waterless Shampoos? Has anyone used the Biogroom Waterless in particular? Would this be something you could spray on the inside flap (not in the canal) of a cocker ear to clean up gunky mess from medication? Can you also use this to clean up a leaky female?

    Sorry, don't mean to be gross.
    Thanks gang.

  • #2
    Yes you could. But, for gunky ears on cockers I really like FT degreaser.


    • #3
      We use waterless shampoos for those kind of clean ups. They're great if a dog pees on his foot while peeing on the table. Any time there's a little dirty spot, it's useful. Yesterday a dog expressed his anals while I HV'd him and I used it to clean up his rear. It doesn't replace a good bath, but it can help with small jobs.


      • #4
        Originally posted by Gracy Rose View Post
        Yes you could. But, for gunky ears on cockers I really like FT degreaser.
        Gracy- This is so sad but what is FT? I am having a senior moment. lol
        Also- have you ever tried Best Shot Waterless? Thanx!


        • #5
          I love the Bio-Groom Waterless, but don't think it will do a great de-greasing job on those ears. Great for show touch-ups and accidents, tho. I use Dawn first for greasy/medicine ears, then follow up with 2 more shampoos of whatever I'm using for that particular dog.
          Old groomers never die, they just go at a slower clip.

          Groom on!!!


          • #6
            I have heard great stuff about F & T degreaser by Les Poochs. I loooove BioGroom spray! Especially for cats that I cannnot bathe. I use Grimeinator full strength around cockers ears, after using ear cleaner. I let it sit while I wash the rest of the dog in whatever I am using....usually more Grimeinator!