PetPaint is a color hairspray for dogs that is an affordable and safe alternative to pet costumes for dogs
Maybe you want to express your inner punk rock spirit through a bright-hue color on your dog. Your pooch’s previously lustrous blond coat is now an unnatural shade of zebra stripes. ($9.99 at Pet Paint) is colored hairspray that’s safe for dogs and is immediately demonstrative of who is the smarter animal. Hint: It’s not you.
Dogs can join in the fun of changing thier hair color with the PetPaint Color Dog Hair Spray in Whippet White.Why We Love It:PetPaint offers the best quality, safest alternative to dog costumes and dog clothing. With our veterinarian tested and approved pet paints in a variety of colors, you will have tons of options for decorating your pet for holidays and game days, or any other occasion! *PetPaint should not be sprayed in the eyes, mouth, cuts, open wounds, or any other tender areas.
Not recommended for puppies under 6 months old.
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LISTERINE!! any color/flavor. Pour it in, full strength in good sturdy spray bottle. Spray around your tent site & picnic table or patio & lawn chairs. (I mean saturate the ground and you can spray a little on things that you don't mind getting the mist in). You will be amazed! No Mosquitoes, no no-see-ems/gnats. You will have to repeat after rain or if animals stir up the dirt a lot. This is safe for kids, dogs and it doesn't have the stickiness or chemical smell. Try it!You can now Shop for PetPaint Color Dog Hair Spray at Ruff Love Shop Online .
PetPaint Colored Hairspray uses safe ingredients to make a bright color spray for your furry friends. Create one-of-a-kind Halloween costumes for dogs and use year round for dog birthdays, Independence Day, Adoption events and any other occasion you would celebrate with your four legged friends.
You can get free shipping on orders over $49 at Ruff Love Shop . Happy Shopping at Ruff Love Shop!If you want to change your dog's hair color briefly -- such as dying him green for St. Patrick's Day -- food coloring is the safest way to go. While you can use the unsweetened version of Kool-Aid, it can make your dog's hair sticky. Bathe your dog prior to dying, so his fur is clean. Mix water and food coloring, then either place the mixture in a bath -- if your dog is small -- or put it into a squirt or spray bottle if your dog is larger or you only want to color certain areas. Soak the fur thoroughly, then brush or comb the dye to work it into his hair. When you're finished, place your dog on newspapers or old towels until she dries naturally. Otherwise, you'll have food coloring all over the place.Dyeing your dog's hair to match your outfits is either harmless fun or cruelty, depending on how it's done. Colored hair styles for dogs are a fashion statement that's dividing pet owners. Those who enjoy decorating canine hair argue it's safe to spray color on a dog's hair, if you use non-toxic products. Those against this practice say many hair dyes contain harmful chemicals.