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Post by linbren77 on Fri Jan 23, 2009 11:32 pm

What is the best way to get rid of the excess oil in the tail of a tomcat
Have heard of groomers useing baby powder

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Post by CoatCutter on Fri Jan 23, 2009 11:57 pm

Are you bathing the cat? If so, where I used to work, there was a cat lady that used to come in, and she would use a petroleum based hand cleaner (like mechanics use), and used to stink the shop out with petrol smell. Also, at last years PetExpo in Sydney, at the Challenge stand, they had the Spectrum Pet Products people there, and they had a new Super Cleaning stuff. Supposed to use it before using shampoo, but I've started to use a couple of squirts in with the shampoo (hopefully that's OK - no complaints so far LOL). If you're not bathing, then yes, I've heard about the baby powder and tried it, but doesn't work as well as washing. You could try one of those waterless wash things - I haven't, but if you do, let us know how it goes.

BTW, welcome to the board. You've definitely made yourself at home already, and I hope to learn something from what the others post about your Crested problem too. I'm Anthony from Sydney too Very Happy

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Post by linbren77 on Sun Jan 25, 2009 9:49 pm

Hi Athony
thanks for your reply to my posting i have a young crested which i show and are after other ideas on how to treat skin problems she has blackheads and gets the occassional pimple but have found she gets this if she eats to much red meat have tried clearasil and she gets bathed weekly and wiped down daily with baby wipes and moisterising when needed.
as for cat grooming i did mean with bathing having trouble getting rid of the cat stink
Im Nicky from Central Coast

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Post by Admin on Sun Jan 25, 2009 10:01 pm

hi guys...

I am preparing to branch into cat grooming soon. Ordered some DVD's from US,and a bunch of other specialised cat grooming stuff. Maybe i will get some info on the 'stud tail ' from the dvd's when i get them.
Anthony i am going to order that Super Cleaner stuff too.....so you are finding it useful??

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Post by CoatCutter on Mon Jan 26, 2009 12:02 am

Yeah Tammy, It's great for the greasy, dirty dogs. But also, I've found that it tends to kill fleas... I'd be interested to hear if anyone else has had a similar result, and if you find that too. You're supposed to use it as a pre-shampoo, and then use your shampoo after, but I've mixed it in with the normal shampoo too - 2 or 3 squirts, and it seems to still do a good job.

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Post by StarDreaming on Sun Feb 22, 2009 1:12 pm

Hi All,

I have been told by a cat breeder that "Groomers Goop" is great for this, I have found some on ebay and waiting on delivery, told its good for tear staining on white coats also......... will keep you posted on how it works bounce
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Post by StarDreaming on Sun Mar 08, 2009 10:48 am

Groomers Goop is GREAT - had a white persian tom in for clip off (lion clip) and he had stud tail and a VERY oily coat, just used a small amount on his dry coat and then washed off, he came out lovely and white and so so so clean and soft.... bounce

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Post by Alan on Sun Mar 08, 2009 11:38 pm

Kitchen detergent is good for stud tail.
I am a cat breeder/exhibitor as well as poodle breeder/exhibitor

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Post by StarDreaming on Fri Mar 13, 2009 7:02 pm

Alan wrote:Kitchen detergent is good for stud tail.
I am a cat breeder/exhibitor as well as poodle breeder/exhibitor

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yes Alan I used to use 'dawn' detergent and it worked really well (can't buy it now)

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