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Sharon-Tilly
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Private part issue

Post by Sharon-Tilly » 03 Apr 2014, 20:43

This probably sounds really daft, but.... Tilly seems to have a problem with the fur around her lady bits.... She tries to lick herself clean, but doesn't really manage it.... It is now very caked up and yucky. Would it be appropriate to give her a trim downstairs?

I can't believe I'm asking this, but I don't want to interfere with her own cleaning regime :oops:
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Re: Private part issue

Post by Bid » 03 Apr 2014, 21:10

Yes - I regularly trim Daisy's "shallot" :lol: :lol:
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Re: Private part issue

Post by molsp » 03 Apr 2014, 21:29

Oh yes, its fine, I do mine regularly, and, having had a not very flexible Westie for many years, I can categorically state, that sometimes it is vital.
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Re: Private part issue

Post by beeeerock » 03 Apr 2014, 21:36

molsp wrote:Oh yes, its fine, I do mine regularly, ...
Always advisable to be careful with possessive pronouns... 8) :lol:

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Re: Private part issue

Post by Sharon-Tilly » 03 Apr 2014, 21:40

beeeerock wrote:
molsp wrote:Oh yes, its fine, I do mine regularly, ...
Always advisable to be careful with possessive pronouns... 8) :lol:
This did also make me giggle, but I didn't like to say lol :lol:
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Re: Private part issue

Post by pixie's mum » 03 Apr 2014, 21:43

Jazz can get a little caked down there too as she is a curly girl - so a gentle trim with blunt ended scissors. Pixie a scruffy stays immaculate

I laughed at bids description 'shallot' I call the girls bits their 'coffee beans'
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Re: Private part issue

Post by campfaz18 » 03 Apr 2014, 22:44

Bid is that 'the Lady of shallot' by any chance :lol:
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Re: Private part issue

Post by molsp » 03 Apr 2014, 23:04

beeeerock wrote:
molsp wrote:Oh yes, its fine, I do mine regularly, ...
Always advisable to be careful with possessive pronouns... 8) :lol:
Oops, what a mistake to maka :oops: funny tho :lol:
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Re: Private part issue

Post by Pollydoodle » 04 Apr 2014, 10:35

Sharon-Tilly wrote:
beeeerock wrote:
molsp wrote:Oh yes, its fine, I do mine regularly, ...
Always advisable to be careful with possessive pronouns... 8) :lol:
This did also make me giggle, but I didn't like to say lol :lol:
You were not alone :lol:

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Re: Private part issue

Post by ClareV » 04 Apr 2014, 19:05

Cannot remember how old she is... If she has yet to have a season it is possible for their 'shallot' to be a bit of an 'innie' so that if they lie upside down and hAve recently wee 'd the urine can collect in the little dip at the base. If so perhaps you need to help keep her clean and dry! Someone did once post a photo on here to show us what they meant.

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