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annie_in_ny
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ok, I will start this post, and break the rules right away :-)

1st shampoo Groomers Edge Grimeinator - cleans every thing very well.

2nd shampoo Davis Quick Dry Shampoo. Cleans ok, but used as a second shampoos, really helps dry quicker

3rd shampoo Best Shot System. The BEST for shedding dogs, and lighlty matted dogs. You get tons of hair out during the hydro surge, and makes all dogs VERY soft.

1st Conditioner. Re Fur Bish. Helps deshed and makes dogs soft.

2nd conditioner Cheap stuff from Petedge. a nice finish for softer dogs, but not too heavy.

Ok, IF I could only get one shampoo to do all the above what would be be ?????????
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animalhouse
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I use natures chioce premium...it is tearless and conditions and leaves the coat the way it is ment to be...it is safe to use on all ages also..I've used a bunch of different shampoos and this one is my choice!..oh and they seem to dry quicker also!....if you need a brightner use thier bluing..it also kills fleas even though it doesn't say it does it--Barb
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doggygirl
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Right now I am using Premiere by Eqyss, med shampoo is Micro-tek. Blueberry/vanilla tearless by Tropiclean and Cloud 9 conditioner. I also use the whitening shampoo by Show Seasons.
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bbird
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One shampoo? I'd die!

I used the Nature's Choice Premium shampoo for a few years in the days before I got a recirculating bathing system (hydrosurge, then Bathing Beauty). The shampoo did not perform well for me in the system - too much foam and not enough cleaning. If I reduced the amount of shampoo in order to cut down on the foam, it did not clean well. So I switched to a lower sudsing product, the Eqyss Premier, which works great through my bathing system and is very hypoallergenic. I've been using it as a main product for nearly 10 years. But I've got to have other options.

For scissored grooms or terrier coats, I like EZ-Groom Structure. For whitening, I use a horse product called "Quik Color" (from KV Vet). The conditioning shampoo I love is ShowSeason "AminoFlex". For faces I use SouthBark Blueberry Facial. In the Medicated dept. I have Eqyss Microtek and ShowSeason Soothe. When a highly fragrant result is desired, I use ShowSeason "System" and their "Condition."

For best ever fluff drying and scissoring results, I use no conditoner, but finish with ShowSeason "Results Rinse".

For a hypoallergenic alternative conditioner, I use a product from Sally's Beauty Supply called "Cure Care" that has no fragrance and no colorant.

For undercoat removal, I use Furminator solution, Lambert Kay Cream Rinse, Best Shot & Refurbish, sometimes mixing the last two. I also add Chris Christensen Ice on Ice or Show Sheen to regular conditioners to improve detangling and coat removal.

The list goes on...
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bowwowwheels
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No, one shampoo LINE!!! And it would be EQyss! Their stuff works as the bottle says it does and I've looked and looked and looked to find a better base shampoo and can't. LOVE the stuff and have been using it for 12-15 years? So long I can't remember LOL!!
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ferurizonly
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Les Pooch Botanique....
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animalhouse
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hmmm...never tried natures choice in a surge..I have a bathmaster type system that I built and it is nonrecirculating...cleans quick and don't have to worry about putting dirt back on the dog or a foam prob..I used premier but it don't help with itchy dogs and I get alot of them..the microtek made the coat feel funny to me...so thats why I went with the natures choice...take care all!--Barb
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groomnpoodles
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I use Natures Choice products in my bathing systems. (Lucky me, there is a Bath Master, Bathing Beauty and Prima here at the clinic!) I use Golden Hypo in the Prima system and Plum Silky & Coconut Clean in the Bath Master. My favorite to use with the recirculating system is Lavnderm. How do you choose just ONE??!!! Best Shot, Alpha White, Bark2Basics Oatmeal, ... etc etc etc LOL
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rudynbellas
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Pet Silk Rainforest is my very favorite,
I use Oxymed for problem skin.
I also use a lot of Desert Almond for Groomers edge,
I like most of the Pet Silk products,
Ismart D-Mat, is the greatest. for all types of coats...
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bbird
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Barb - Just to clarify.. You don't have to worry about putting dirt back on a dog with a recirculating bathing system. The dirt is held in suspension by the surfactants. That's how shampoos work. Picture little "pac-men" grabbing hold and surrounding particles of dirt and sebum. Individual molecules of detergent surfactant attach to dirt like a magnet. Also, detergent molecules form clusters, or micelles, that surround particles. These attachments do not break down as the solution is recirculated.

As shampoo is recirculated through the dog's coat, more and more of the available surfactant molecules are used up. On a very filthy beast, the solution may become saturated and will not hold any more dirt, whereupon it is dumped and a second bath applied.

When you bathe by hand, the same cleansing action takes place, except usually not all available surfactant molecules are used up. And there is the introduction of suds. Suds happens when surfactant surrounds air, forming foam or bubbles. Suds help to spread the surfactant through the hair, and tell you where you've been, but suds itself does not clean. Most of the cleaning happens during the rinsing, when bubbles are broken down and the surfactant molecules can attach to dirt rather than air.

Oh dear, I don't know why I started this, but every time I read about "putting dirt back on the dog" I feel compelled to clarify.
Please excuse me. I'll stop now...
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animalhouse
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I know all about that..I had a Good teacher so I learned all about how soap is supposed to work...I Get alot of dirty dogs and groom way to many a day to have to stop and defoam and drain and change the water and add more soap....thats why I use a bath master like system. I can do all I need to do at a flip of a switch, change shampoos ect..And my customers tell me how even more wonderful their dogs look and feel after I changed systems..so it made it all worth it..I'm glad you posted though...i'm sure it will help someone who never really knew how shampoo works...take care!--Barb
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thedotteddog
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BBird, Don't stop. one day they will "get" it.
I cannot even imagine not having a bathing system. The wear and tear on my hands and arms and shoulders alone make it worth it. My clients rave about how clean and fluffy my groom dogs come out and WAY less work, shampoo, and water is used.
It's true, to each his own, but it still doesn't hurt to repeat a lesson.
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gone2dogs
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Oh I want one! lol The more I hear the more I convince myself I cannot live without one...sigh someday when there is $$$ (oh and customers!)
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kitty
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Thank you bbird...I didn't know that bit about a bubble being surfactant surrounding air! So you can teach an old dog a new trick!
And g2d...look for the instructions on this board on how to put togther your own recirculating system. You can probably do it for under 100 bucks! Who needs to wait?
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doggygirl
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Carla, hook up a Bowser Blaster. Works very well and dirt cheap.
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For a one shampoo or or product line, my vote goes to Coat Handlers.
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papsnpaints
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I've been really happy with Davis Products. I use more "Gold" than any other shampoo. I bought some trial sizes of Show Season last year at Groom Classic and plan to buy some this year. I wonder about the effectiveness of medicated shampoos. I think most skin problems come from within the body rather than external. Also I do use a recirc bather and I think that would dilute the medicated shampoos beyond effectiveness. Would I have to hand wash with medicated?
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bbird
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Medicated shampoos are intended for direct application. I usually shampoo first with an hypoallergenic through the Bathing Beauty for cleansing, and then apply the medicated to the clean coat directly and after waiting the recommended time, I rinse it through with the BB.
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eli
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bbird,
So am I wasting shampoo by having my pump in a 5 gallon bucket (of water and shampoo) instead of having it directly in the tub with the dog?

Thanks!
Erica
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magnolia
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I like the Kelco stuff but I just put an order in with Davis for the quick dry spray and decided to try their aromatherapy shampoo. I LOVE it! I picked up the Lavender and with it diluted it goes a lonnng way, leaves the coat nice and also leaves a nice scent afterward when they're dry! I'll definately be getting more of that!
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I like most Davis products.
BBird, I do the same with medicated shampoos after you mentioned that technique in a previous post. It works great. I am fast becoming a fan of EQyss.
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bbird
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Erica, you are using a lot more water (and shampoo) than I am. I have a large human tub that has a incline to the drain. I use about 1.5 gallons per bath and 1/2 to 1 oz shampoo. How much water is needed to operate a pump depends on the size and style of tub and the pump itself. A flat bottom tub requires more solution to cover the bottom of the pump. The Bathing Beauty pump is great for working with minimum water.

Unless you have a means for the water in the tub to return to the bucket, the bucket use is mainly losing the recirculating benefit of the bathing system. You are not getting the full potential from your bathing system.

Are you using the bucket because you don't want the pump in the tub? Or do you have a huge flat tub that uses a lot of water to cover the pump? I'd stick that pump in the tub and give it a go!
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eli
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bbird
Thanks soo much for your help!
I don't fill the bucket all the way up with water- water usage depends on the size of the dog.

I use the bucket because I don't want the dirty water/shampoo running off the dog going back into the water (in the tub) going back into the pump then going back on the dog I'm trying to get clean.

Does that make sense?
Thanks again!
Erica
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bbird
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Erica. I understand where you are coming from, really. But it does not make sense scientifically. You are thinking that the dirt is loose in the water when actually it is being held onto by the shampoo molecules. This is what shampoo is all about, and how cleansing occurs. The shampoo holds onto the dirt even when run back through the pump and into the coat. The dirt does not go back on the dog. I promise!

A similar process happens in your clothes washer. The dirt is held in suspension in the washing solution while it is agitated through the clothes. Then the wash water is dumped and the clothes are rinsed. This is basically what we do in a recirculating bath.
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YUP! What she said ^
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eli
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Thanks bbird!!
It's clearer now! And my wallet thanks you!

Jennifer,
When I saw your name I just knew you were going to be chanting Kelco Kelco!! :-)

Thanks again!!
Erica
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paddyred
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wahl critter clean, i discovered it not to long ago, if i had to use only one it would be this, oh and flea shampoo and hypo. lol. paddy
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LOL... actully its a toss up between Kelco & Show seasons... if I had to choose only 1 Line? ....Bugger.....cant...
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I've really come to love the John Stazko shampoo for most of my regulars. I love how the coats are so soft & shiny! The fragrance had to grow on my awhile.
For specialty shampoos I love Espree. I like the Pomegrante one & the Dark Coat with Lemon Oil, mmmmmm.
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Okay....One is NOT enough.But I use the bathing beauty and hate stazkos(separates in the gallon jug).Furminator (especially sucks)and bark2basics(not really sure why I don't like it).Love Grimeinator(my hands hate it).Can't say one way or another about EZ groom shampoo.I can't seem to get attached to them.I do LOVE the answer from EZ-Groom.Chose Eqyss,Coat Handler and Best Shot.The Answer is perfect for those dogs that you know are regularly groomed but still get friction mats on their tummies and arm pits.This takes them out and leaves the dog feeling WONDERFUL!The dilution directions on the bottle don't really work.What I do is 1 capful per 32 oz.bottle of diluted shampoo.Then I use it in the recirculator.Then I wash the matted areas,face,feets and butt with the mixed shampoo.Dry fully and then brush,brush,brush.
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dogdayz
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For the first winter ever my hands have never looked better since switching to Eqyss as my basic shampoo! I still use grimenator for the first bath on some nasties,(sometimes leaves a residue on the dog I dont like, and yes I rinse really well)and the cloud 9 conditioner is awesome!
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I'm with Vivilee- I'd choose the Laube Wild Animal too. Just got some of this shampoo and am loving it!
Love all of the Kelco line.
And after hearing all of the raves on Micro-Tek, I tried some and am loving that too!
Just got done trying B2B (again...only tried a few samples before, but the bathers at the shop I use to work at hogged it so much I didn't get a good trial). It was okay.
I loved the Griminator too, but my hands also hated it!
Never did care for the EZ Groom line, but their colognes are awesome.
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I had a clients dog knock the honey lavender cologne off of my table and run through it.Had to explain to the owner why her dog smelled like a house.Sticking with the plumeria scent from bark2basics.
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my favorites are bark to basics line they all work for me. cant top the natures specilties love the lavnderm and for my white dogs the coat handler clarifiying works on the silver dogs really well to.
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Most of the products I use are Davis. They have great customer service! The shampoo I use the most is Davis Plum Natural. Cleans well, smells great and makes the fur feel really nice. On the white or light colored dogs I like to mix equal parts of the Plum Natural with the Premium Color Enhancing Shampoo for the second shampoo. Makes the whites really intense.
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After a few years of experimenting with several brands, I have settled on Coat Handler. Love it, love it. Microtek is awesome, and I've seen results on dogs where nothing worked. I also like Espree energee plus for dirty dogs, and blueberry facial for faces. I used to love NS plum silky but too many dogs were reacting to it.
Every time I find a shampoo I love, I find another one I love more. My groomer friends laugh at my "collection", lol.
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I finally tried Grimenator. I love it, smells so nice. Think I'll try it on my own hair.
Wendy
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Hmm... I think one shampoo is nearly impossible, but if I HAD to have only one, I think it would be Show Season Lavender. I had a sample lying around and used it (in my home-made recirculater) on two wild Border Collie mixes a couple weeks ago. WOW!!!! They came out super soft, dried as quickly as with SS SpeedDry, smelled divine, and their coats sparkled like I'd put spray glitter on them. Their white areas were whiter than with any whitening shampoo. And the Lavender scent seemed to have a calming effect on them.

I still have to have my Stazko's shampoo for the poodles/bichons, although I do like the results I've gotten with Coat Handler. I've been using Stazko's for years with no problems, though, and I'll probably stick with it. His seems to work as well/better than either the Furminator or Tropiclean Oxy-Deshed, so that eliminates the need for special deshedding shampoos.

Unfortunately, perfume and suds are what make my employer's decision on shampoos, so if I want shampoos that actually WORK I have to pay half the cost. For free, I can use the ones he prefers, but his dogs are smooth-haired, so just about ANY shampoo will do for them. Still can't convince him that what makes his dogs smell good and look glossy won't work for a poodle or a terrier.... BBird--HELP me convince him! His favorite oatmeal is that 8 in 1 cr@p sold at the PetSomethings. IMO, that's like a people salon using Suave....
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bulldogmom
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My favorites are Stazko, Eqyss, Show Season Results Rinse, Grimenator... and I tried Nature's Specialty's Smelly Dog and it works AMAZING on big furries like chows. Kind of smells like cherry cough syrup but it works. I like Isle of Dog for their sprays, but not so much their shampoos. And I use only Show Season colognes.

If I could only have one I'd choose Eqyss Premier.
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pasobrio
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My hands down choice a few months ago would have been EQyss Premier but now I am in love with Davis Plum Natural, and Premium Color Enhancing shampoos. I have had more comments than any other shampoo I've used. I even had one customer who lives in Florida and only comes here once a year call me to ask me what I did different this year to get his dog whiter and fluffier than ever before, he wanted to buy whatever shampoos and products I used. He also commented on how they stayed fluffy for weeks instead of days like normal. I also used Show Seasons Results Rinse on them, that was probably why their coat stayed fluffed out for so long. I also like Stazko for dogs with lots of undercoat, and matted dogs, it really does help deshed and demat.
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skili
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If I was force down to say ONLY ONE(please never): Do to dog sensitivities, safety, fragrance and tearless factor, it would be Quadrupeds Oatmeal Tearless.
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handstripper
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I would not live without Kelco Shampoos. Ultra Blue White and Cherry Conditioner.
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Kelco Plum White!! It is wonderful
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ttkg
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I have recently started using some of the Cardinal Gold Medal Formula 30 Shampoos. I am really liking them. I use a Bathing Beauty, and they get the dogs clean, and do help them dry faster. Lately I have tried the Shedless and Clean Scent formulas - I am almost out and have to find somewhere to order more! Good thing I made myself use up most of my other shampoos before trying these, cause now it is harder to use up the non-quick drying shampoos that I use to love LOL
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bbird
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Did you know that you can use ShowSeason Speed Dry shampoo as an additive to make other shampoos quick drying? It is becoming a staple product in my salon, but I could no more settle down with one sole shampoo than I could have only one kind of flower in my garden.
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papsnpaints
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I am liking Show Season more and more. I absolutely love the System shampoo. I might try the speed dry trick.
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doggygirl
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I like Show Seasons also. I have Down and Dirty and Bright. I should try the System Shampoo and the Speed dry Tip-thx!
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bulldogmom
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I just wanted to add that Show Season will sell you a sample bag of all of their regular line for $10 and all of their naturals line for $5. It's great for figuring out what I like. (Results Rinse, their naturals glisten shampoo and leave-in conditioner, lavender shampoo, clean shampoo, shine, system are my favs). I didn't really like the amino flex shampoo. I used it on a cairn and a yorkie and they both seemed to come out greasy. The speed dry spray is great, too.
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If I could only use ONE shampoo, it would be Stazko.
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sbearden
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Bulldogmom,

Do you have a website or phone number for the Show Season samples? Thanks.
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ShowSeason is a sponsor here :-)

http://www.showseasonproducts.com/

If you look above in the banner ad, you'll find their phone number too.

Barb
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Did you know that you can use ShowSeason Speed Dry shampoo as an additive to make other shampoos quick drying?
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I ordered a gallon of speed dry shampoo with my last Show Seasons order. I mixed it with some Davis gold that was getting low. I LOVE IT! I do think it helps them dry quicker. I guess I haven't used it by itself to see if it's even faster. I like the idea of adding it to my favorite shampoos.
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borzoimom
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Thanks for the tip!
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endoe
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Hi, I'm brand new to the board and have learned so much reading all the posts. I opened my shop just one year ago and tried the Espree Line, but then switched to Hydro Surge after talking to groomers at SuperZoo 2007. I also met the Happy Tails people and was wondering if anyone has tried these products.
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I ONLY use Show Seasons line, I even advertise that on my website so my customers can visit their site and read about the products and inform themselves. There are MANY fabulous shampoos out there, but I love Show Seasons and they have a shampoo to fit every need I have. I like the LEs Poochs but I got the same results with my Show Season and it's much cheaper. Top quality that won't break the bank! LOL
"Pugs, not Drugs"
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elizo
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Just back from Hershey where I picked up a few small bottles of shampoos to test out in my mobile. Since I went mobile earlier this year, I have tried a bunch of shampoos to try and find one that left the dogs smelling good, cleaned well without drying out the coat. Years ago, all we used in the shop I worked at was NS Plumb Silky. I bought a bottle at Hershey and used it all this week in the mobile. OMG, after all that time and money, I am right back to Plumb Silky! I had forgotten how much I love that stuff! I ordered up a gallon right away! It will be my new go-to shampoo. Best Shot for the double coats, Microtek for the itchy dogs and B3 for the white dogs/coats that need to stand up to scissor. Yay, I'm done!
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While I don't currently use it (employer prefers another brand), I LOVED Plum Silky for skirted cockers. I did NOT use it on most dogs though, as my hands would react to it if used too often, and some dogs as well. If a dog seemed to react to it, I wouldn't use it anymore, no matter how well it detangled the coat.
Brandi
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Best Shot--and I am really getting rave reviews on using the spa line as well!
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progroom
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Right now, if I had to use one shampoo for overall body use, it would be ShowSeason Clean shampoo. It's my main shampoo at the clinic.

I also use their True Tearless for faces.

Barb
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I use the Show Season Lavendar or the Clean for my main shampoo. Can't beat the quality and the smell is uplifting.
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marymouse
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I also use show season, tearless on face and clean on the body, I just bought a gallon of their lavender and love the smell and call me crazy but the dogs are drying faster with the lavender. Hmmm Mary
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Just one, well then I would have to pick Kalco Fithy animal as it is a general purpose, odor removing, flea control, safe for cats, or very young animals. 50 to 1 so a little goes a LONG way.
The early bird gets the worm, UNLESS the night owl beat him to it.
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rpg
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If you like Grimenator... you'll LOVE
Ultimate -
My personal favourite and staple!
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no_no_bad_doggie
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I use Davis Gold as my #1,,,davis tearless on the faces. I like that they have fragrances to choose from to make the shampoo smell great. We switch around..but love the fresh and clean and french vanilla
Remember...what goes around comes around
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petsfam
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I love Ultimate too. :-)The dogs always smell and feel great...I try lots of shampoo, but always have the Ultimate on hand
“My little dog - a heartbeat at my feet”
~Edith Wharton~
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sandy
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Show Season Clean has been my main shampoo for two years. I tried others but it smells the best, and works perfectly in the bowser blaster.
Dog Groomer...the meek should not apply!
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rubymom
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One? Would Have to be Best Shot Ultra Wash. My other two standbys have been Kelco Filthy Animal, which I recently switched to Wild Animal Stampede as I was having a hard time with the FA diluting. Stuff is SO thick. Other standby was(is) Kelco Plum White, however, I've had problems with a white gunk forming in the shampoo and running a Cosmos system it's KILLING my filter ever fill. I was actually running the diluted shampoo through Cheesecloth to take the white gunk out.....but then I thought....Why are you doing this? Anyway, switched to a couple of Wild Animal All Out Blue, cleans well but if not diluted correctly they'll be All out Blue all right! I agree with the Plum Silky opnion I love it, but it simply will not work right where I am. My water is incredibly soft here.
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If I could only have ONE shampoo, my choice would be Show Season's Texture. I used to use the Clean as my go-to shampoo (LOVE the smell and the way it leaves coats, well. . CLEAN! LOL!) But after trying their Texture I am HOOKED! It makes terrier coats crisp, adds texture and scissorability to poodle and bichon coats, and even crisps up fly away cottony maltese and shih-tzu coats. There is not a single dog you could not use this shampoo on (unless it needed a medicated or is allergic, that is!) It has never let me down.
A good friend will come bail you out of jail. A GREAT friend will be there sitting beside you saying "Man, that was fun!"
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If I had to choose one shampoo it would be HYPO and tearless. Very low risk of someone calling me and telling me there dog is scratching or has an eye problem from the bath. Still trying to find a good hypo/tearless shamppo. I do like Tropiclean. I love Les Pooch Bright- very good whitening
I do like the smell or Davis Fresh Apple.
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underdog
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I have to agree with Meghan, I love Texture by Show Seasons & now I've realized it was the 1 shampoo I forgot to order while at APF. DANG IT!!
Well-behaved women seldom make history- Laurel Thatcher Ulrich
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petsfam
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You ladies have me curious about Texture...I have a sample bottle from SS that I've never used. How's Texture work for Shih Tzu's? We do a ton with terrible, cottony coats that never finish out great. I already use Results Rinse.
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~Edith Wharton~

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