How to remove berry stains from white dogs?
First, try using a damp cloth to blot the stain. Then, make a solution of one part white vinegar and two parts water. Apply this solution to the stained area with a cloth or brush and let it sit for a few minutes. Finally, rinse the area with clean water and blot dry.
If the stain is still visible, you can try using a MILD bleach solution. To make this, mix ONE part bleach with TEN parts water. The bleach used wrong can be very harmful to a dog’s skin. If ingested it can be lethal. You want to create a paste and we recommend using a cone around your dog’s neck to avoid licking. Apply the solution to the stain and let it sit for a few minutes before rinsing off with clean water. ALWAYS test on a small area of your dogs fur first to make sure they do not have an allergic reaction.
If you have tried both of these methods and the stain is still visible, you may need to consult a professional groomer or veterinarian.
Berry stains are not the only type of stains that can be difficult to remove from white fur. Other common culprits include urine, grass, and oil. Read on for tips on how to deal with each of these types of stains.
How to remove grass stains from white dog’s fur?
Grass stains can be a bit trickier to remove. First, try using the vinegar solution mentioned above. If that doesnt work, you can try mixing Dawn dish soap with hydrogen peroxide.
Apply this solution to the stain and let it sit for 30 minutes before rinsing off with clean water.
What are the benefits of owning a white dog?
In addition to being absolutely gorgeous, there are actually several benefits to owning a white fur dog. First of all, they are very easy to spot in public places like parks or on walk. Because of their fluffy white coat they tend to stand out in a crowd.
Second of all, they are less likely to trigger allergies in people who are allergic to dogs which can make them a solution for someone who is usually allergic to dogs but wants a 4-legged family member anyway. And lastly, they tend to be very low-shedding, which means less hair around the house!
How to get dogs white fur WHITE again
Dogs with a white fur coat catch lots of attention. They are stunning, elegant and beautiful as snow, but, they require special and constant care to keep their coat clean and shiny. Failure to do so may make them look dirty.
This is a challenge for lovers of white fur dogs. Depending on the area and the care they receive, the animal will be whiter and cleaner for longer. Food, urine and tears must be treated immediately because they can cause permanent stains. The good news is that dirt does not stain the dogs fur and with a good and constant cleaning treatment the problem will be solved. Read this AnimalWised article where we will give you tips on “how to keep my dogs fur white”. You may also be interested in: