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Why You May Want to Ditch Your Body Wash - Michelle Phan

Why You May Want to Ditch Your Body Wash - Michelle Phan


Michelle Phan

You’ve probably heard people talk about showering sans body wash and gasped. The thought of how they can be clean and not reek of body odor instantly entered your mind. Some might be going the water-only route, while others are embracing the next best thing – cleansing oils.  The no shampoo trend for your hair has …

Is Hoof Maker cream for horses really good for your nails? Episode 111

Is Hoof Maker cream for horses really good for your nails? Episode 111

by Perry Romanowski @ The Beauty Brains

Support the Beauty Brains by signing up for a free trial at Audible.com Is Dr. Varon’s skin bleaching system safe? Sarah asks…I have some questions about Dr. Varon’s skin bleaching system. It uses 2% hydroquinone. Is it safe to keep using? First let’s talk about skin bleaching actives. Hydroquinone, like many other actives, HQ ,like many […]

Are you sick of greenwashed cosmetics? Episode 129

Are you sick of greenwashed cosmetics? Episode 129

by Randy Schueller @ The Beauty Brains

In this encore episode we discuss why cosmetic companies STILL make so many fake natural products. There are a few main reasons: True natural consumers are still a small market segment All-natural cosmetics do not work as well Consumers don’t know the difference Greenwashing keeps costs down There are no required standards Click here to […]

Lead Free Glassware Options

by Irina Webb @ I Read Labels For You

When outfitting your kitchen, you may have a lot of questions, such as: Does glass used in cookware, dinnerware or storage containers contain lead? Does it leach other heavy metals such as aluminum and cadmium? Is glassware the safest material? … Continued

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Yeah, That’s Right. I’m Washing My Face With Dove Soap.

Yeah, That’s Right. I’m Washing My Face With Dove Soap.


Daly Beauty

Oh, how I love  Dove Beauty Bar. I love the way it smells, the way it looks, and the soft fluffy clean lather I get from it. Many years ago I owned a home cleaning business (one of our city’s…

Relieve Your Stiff Neck In Seconds With These 21 Simple Tricks!

by DailyHealthPost @ Daily Health Post

Nobody likes having a stiff neck. Whether it’s long hours stuck in traffic, endless days at the office, or long ...

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Dove Deep Moisture Nourishing Body Wash

Dove Deep Moisture Nourishing Body Wash


Allure

The white Dove body wash is so moisturizing that it's almost like bathing in lotion.

Easy Ways to Increase Healthy Omega-3s in Your Child’s Diet

Easy Ways to Increase Healthy Omega-3s in Your Child’s Diet

by Dr. Alan Greene @ DrGreene.com

When MsGreene was pregnant with my youngest in 1995, she craved tuna sandwiches. She could tell you where there was a good one within a mile of just about anywhere we normally visited. Her body was trying to increase healthy Omega-3s. Later studies were release showing tuna, and many other ocean fish, may contain mercury and […]

Caught a cold

by Littlebear11 @ BabyandBump

I've had this really bad cold for the past 3 days and my throats been extremely sore and I can't stop coughing. Does anyone know if it's safe to have...

What personal care products are allowed on the HCG diet?!

What personal care products are allowed on the HCG diet?!


Pounds And Inches Away

So, you need to make sure you’re only using HCG-safe personal care products to get the most HCG weight loss possible.

Do you want this guy writing the rules for cosmetics safety?

by Stacy Malkan @ Not Just A Pretty Face

Peter Barton Hutt of Covington and Burling, LLP, representing the biggest beauty  corporations, testified before Congress this week that his clients’ products are perfectly safe and there’s no need to worry about silly little things like carcinogens in baby shampoo  (we’re paraphrasing here). It’s all part of the Personal Care Products Council’s multi-million-dollar lobbying effort [...]

LEMONGRASS ESSENTIAL OIL HAS GREAT BENEFITS

by Kathy Gradwohl @ Josette Speaks

Lemongrass is a tall perennial plant that is part of the grass family.  It is native to Asian, Africa and Australia.  As most grasses, it spreads fast and it will grow almost anywhere.   It’s growth must be managed to prevent it from taking over other crops. It has a pungent herbaceous aroma that is said […]

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Can mouthwash make your mouth “dentist clean?” Episode 74

Can mouthwash make your mouth “dentist clean?” Episode 74

by Randy Schueller @ The Beauty Brains

How can Listerine claim to make your mouth “dentist clean?” Perry and I break it down for you in this week’s show. And…more beauty science news! Take our St. Patrick’s Day Beauty Science Quiz! Are these statements about Irish Spring soap true or false? Listen to the show for the answers. 1. The first Irish Spring […]

Stop Using Soap on Your Skin- even Sensitive Skin Dove Soap.

Stop Using Soap on Your Skin- even Sensitive Skin Dove Soap.


Ethereal Aura Spa

Keep reading before you start defending your beloved bar of soap.The pH of healthy skin is between 4.5 and 5.5. Traditional soap is generally at about a 9, which is far too alkaline. Even "pH balanced" soaps, including Dove, are generally at a 7, which is neutral, but still too a

Principal Tells Students Not to Wear Leggings to School “Unless You Are a Size Zero or 2”

by Katy Anderson @ Babble

"[When] you wear something like that, even though you’re not fat, you look fat."

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Mom Shares Inspiring Note Nurses Placed By the Scale at Her First Postpartum Visit

by Lindsay Wolf @ Babble

“Now, I love my body more than ever. My son is so perfect, and this body made him. I love all of it.”

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10 Things No One Ever Tells You About: Body Wash

10 Things No One Ever Tells You About: Body Wash


StyleCaster

Before you choose between your body wash and your bar soap, here are 10 things you'll want to know.

AI, Chatbots and The Future of Medicine

AI, Chatbots and The Future of Medicine

by Dr. Alan Greene @ DrGreene.com

Back in 1996 the leaders of medicine gathered in Washington D.C. at the IOM headquarters to to discuss something revolutionary and important: health information becoming available to the public on the web. I was probably the youngest person in the room. One of the doctors I revered stood and addressed the assembled crowd, telling us […]

Top 10 Best Ballet Shoes Reviewed In 2017

by Lun ThanVuth @ AmaTop10

Are you looking to stay active while having an enjoyable time? Even though sports activities such as soccer are ideal, consider ballet. It will benefit you in many ways. Done regularly, for instance, it is one of the best activities for improving the flexibility, balance, and posture of the body. If you have a slouched […]

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Drivers’ License Woes

by Kathy Gradwohl @ Josette Speaks

My drivers’ license expired this month.  Yeah for me!  Time to get rid of that ghastly photo of me that I have lived with for the past 4 years.   It was the worst photo I’ve ever taken.  I look like my mother just died.  Whenever I had to show my I.D. I would hesitate, wondering, […]

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The most important 90 seconds in EVERY pregnancy

The most important 90 seconds in EVERY pregnancy

by Dr. Alan Greene @ DrGreene.com

Did you know that much of your baby’s blood is outside of it’s body at the moment of birth? And, that in the United States and Europe, this blood will never make it to your child? You read that right, the umbilical cord in most births in 1st-world nations is cut before your baby has received […]

DO YOU REALLY WANT NATURAL PRODUCTS? AT WHAT COST?

by Kathy Gradwohl @ Josette Speaks

Do you really want natural products?  As a manufacturer of skin care products, I really want to know just how much you will sacrifice to use products with all natural ingredients?  Yes, I said sacrifice.  Unfortunately, the more natural a product is, the less desirable characteristics it often has.  DEFINE NATURAL First, let’s determine what […]

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Can a mattress really be organic?

by Irina Webb @ I Read Labels For You

“Organic” has become a popular word used by manufacturers of different types of products to convey a sense of safety. If you read my blog, you know that I am a strong advocate for transparency in the marketplace so that … Continued

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HYPOALLERGENIC PRODUCTS–DON’T EXIST. THERE ARE NO LEGAL REQUIREMENTS.

by Kathy Gradwohl @ Josette Speaks

Are hypoallergenic products better than others?  Can I rely on these products?  Or is this claim a marketing ploy? The Webster definition of hypoallergenic is   “having little likelihood of causing an allergic response”.   The word in itself translates to “less allergic”. IT DOES NOT MEAN… “allergy free”.  No product can guarantee you will not […]

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What to Wash with Before & After Your Spray Tan

by kathrynannswope @ SunSpray By Kathryn

Within this post there may be affiliate links to products I am referring to. If you purchase a product through one of my links it will NOT cost you anything but I will receive compensation. You scheduled your sunless tanning appointment (high five on planning ahead) and today is your day to get all bronzed […] Read more...

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FACEBOOK LIVE IS HERE… AND HERE IS HOW

by Kathy Gradwohl @ Josette Speaks

Have you been hearing about Facebook Live lately?  Are you wondering what it is, where it is, how to get it and what to do with it?  I’m not an expert, but I’ll tell you what I know. I wanted to watch a Facebook Live presentation this week so I had to figure it out.  […]

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The 9 Best Moisturizing Body Soaps

The 9 Best Moisturizing Body Soaps


Men's Health

For when the weather wreaks havoc on your skin

what is a dobberman?

by noreply@blogger.com (STEVEN) @ Dogs Questions


Answers:
the most costiliest dog the world?


Its a dog.. DUH !!
It's a dog. Dobberman Pincher.
A doberman pinscher is a large breed of dog. It has a very short coat in black-and-tan or chocolate-and-tan. It is generally used for guarding and police work.
The Dobermann or Doberman Pinscher is a breed of domestic dog. Dobermanns are commonly used as guard dogs, watch dogs, or police dogs. In many countries, Dobermans are one of the most recognizable breeds, in part because of their actual roles in society, and in part because of media stereotyping


Dobermanns were first bred in Germany around 1890 by Karl Friedrich Louis Dobermann. He was a tax collector who frequently traveled through many bandit-infested areas, and needed a protection dog to guard him in any situation that might arise. He set out to breed a new type of dog that, in his opinion, would be the perfect combination of strength, loyalty, intelligence, and ferocity. (He also worked with dogs as a second job, giving him access to dogs for breeding.) Later, Otto Goeller and Philip Gruening continued to develop the breed.

The breed is believed to have been created from several different breeds of dogs that had the characteristics that Dobermann was looking for, including the Pinscher, the Beauceron, the Rottweiler, the Thuringian Shepherd Dog, the black Greyhound, the Great Dane, the Weimaraner, the German Shorthaired Pointer, and the German Shepherd Dog. The exact ratios of mixing, and even the exact breeds that were used, remains uncertain to this day, although many experts believe that the Dobermann is a combination of at least four of these breeds. The single exception is the documented cross with the Greyhound. It is also widely believed that the German Shepherd gene pool was the single largest contributor to the Dobermann breed
A very big dog with a nice nature but if anyone pisses it off it will take your f..king arm off.
what's a sh*t zoo?
if you type the word doberman into your search engine and hit images it will give you a picture to what it looks like
a breed of dog: doberman pinscher.
a cute little "big" puppy dog as everybody else was saying.
A dobermann is a large breed dog, that many people are scared of, as they are usually owned by the worng type og people for the wrong reason, a status symbol, or guard dog. They are usually black and tan, however they can be chocolate and tan, blue and tan and rarely white. They are middleweight dogs, and they have tan eyebrows, cheeks, undertails, and breastplate areas. Their colour is similar to a rottweilers, but their size and shape is different.
There is no such breed or animal called a 'Dobberman'. There is however a breed of DOG called a Dobermann (which I am assuming you meant).
AFTER VIEWING THE PHOTO YOU CHOSE TO REPRESENT YOURSELF I HAVE TO ANSWER THIS TO YOUR LIKING SO:


IT'S A MAAAAN!
a dobermann pinscher is a dog which is large in size,has short hair which is black with tan streaks.

Country of Origin: Germany.

Size: Shoulder height: 63 - 72 cm (25 - 28.5 inches). Weight is between 70 - 99 lbs. for males.

Coat: Is sleek and smooth, and is usually black and tan, or brown and tan.

Character: Dobermans have a tendency to become very loyal to one particular person. They are brave, intelligent and excellent guard-dogs.

Temperament: If properly socialized, Dobermans get along well with children, other dogs, and any household pets. Dobermans do not take kindly to unwanted visitors.

Care: Claws must be kept short and teeth must be checked periodically for tartar. Dead hairs must be removed with a knobbed rubber glove during shedding.

Training: Must be very careful and consistent. Never hit a Doberman and avoid pressure on the dog during early stages of training.

Activity: The speed and tremendous stamina of this breed make it ideal for a variety of outdoor sports. It will not be satisfied with daily walks around the neighborhood.
In addition to what Rahul said.dobermans come in 4 colors recognized by the AKC, Black/tan, Red/rust, Blue/rust, and Fawn/rust(also known as Isabella). Bad breeders will breed for white dobermans, the white color is a genetic mutation so a lot of people are against the breeding of white. And although people in the US are breeding them oversized, dobermans are supposed to be a MEDIUM sized dog, ranging from 55-75 lbs.
a doberman is a breed of dog. doberman is actually short for Doberman Pinscher. they were bred in Germany (as a lot of dog breeds are) and they are usually such sweet dogs!! check out the AKC website 2 learn more.
Its a woof woof.walkies!!

This Badass Mom, Teacher, and Amputee Is Redefining What “Real Beauty” Truly Means

by Jill Robbins @ Babble

"Beauty is pushing forward and not giving up."

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Dove’s ‘Real’ Beauty Products Are Filled With Cancer-Causing Chemicals, Fake Dyes and Toxic Fragrance

Dove’s ‘Real’ Beauty Products Are Filled With Cancer-Causing Chemicals, Fake Dyes and Toxic Fragrance


Daily Health Post

We love Dove’s campaign, but ‘Real Beauty’ is coming from harmful ingredients! Here is why you should never use Dove products again!

The One Mistake I Made as a Stay-at-Home Mom That I Hope Others Can Learn From

by Eden Strong @ Babble

I felt safe and secure as a SAHM. Until my husband left — and emptied our bank account.

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A guide to cosmetic ingredients for the perplexed

by Randy Schueller @ The Beauty Brains

Do you ever wonder about all those cosmetic ingredients you slather on your body everyday? Here’s a resource that you’ll find very helpful. Fellow cosmetic scientist and friend of the Brains, Colin Sanders, has just released “A Guide to Cosmetic Ingredients for the Perplexed.” Colin calls this a “mini-book” but it covers nearly 50 different ingredients in as many […]

WHAT IS PATCHOULI GOOD FOR ?

by Kathy Gradwohl @ Josette Speaks

Remember the 60s and 70s when hippies and flower children sat around feeling the serenity from a smoldering stick in a decorative holder.    Okay, so maybe you weren’t around then.  But for those of us that were, we were inhaling patchouli.  It’s earthy, woodsy, smokey, musky, sweet aroma helped us get in touch with […]

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Can body wash fragrance be touch activated? Episode 76

Can body wash fragrance be touch activated? Episode 76

by Randy Schueller @ The Beauty Brains

 On this week’s show Perry and I explain how the new Caress Body Wash fragrance is “touch activated.” We also cover a handful of beauty science news stories.  Claim to fame: Can body wash fragrance be “touch activated?” This is the segment where we review popular beauty product claims and tell you what the claims really […]

You Are What You Sleep

You Are What You Sleep

by Dr. Alan Greene @ DrGreene.com

Dr. Greene’s take on sleep and obesity in children… How your children sleep may change their body composition – their lean body mass, total body fat, abdominal fat, and waist and hip circumference. A fascinating new study showed tight links between kids’ not getting enough sleep as babies, toddlers, and preschoolers and becoming obese by […]

Strengthen Your Core with this 28-Day Planking Challenge (in Just FOUR Minutes a Day!)

by DailyHealthPost @ Daily Health Post

Many people struggle with managing their weight and keeping their body in shape. If you have a limited amount of ...

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Diamond CBD Brown Sugar Oil Review: Is It Safe And Effective?

by Tyler Madison @

Diamond CBD Brown Sugar Oil Overview Diamond CBD Brown Sugar Oil is a supplement that is incorporated in the diet to help your body attain CBD oil in the required amount. This supplement is designed in liquid form and should be taken orally. The user should stick to the number of drops prescribed. This supplement …

With One Brilliant Post, Mom Sums Up Why Self-Care After Kids Is So Damn Important

by Lindsay Wolf @ Babble

"It wasn't selfish to shave my legs and actually wash and repeat with my shampoo. It was necessary."

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Researchers Say There’s One Sleep-Safety Guideline Many Parents Are Still Ignoring

by Sarah Cottrell @ Babble

And that oversight, while seemingly benign, can have real risks.

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Natural Bar Soap Guide | Gimme the Good Stuff

Natural Bar Soap Guide | Gimme the Good Stuff


Gimme the Good Stuff

When it comes bar soap, the good news is that there are tons of safe options. The bad news is that most can be difficult to find in stores.

DIY Dove Soap Body Wash

DIY Dove Soap Body Wash


Instructables.com

A while back ago, I tried microwaving a bar of soap, basically in an effort to entertain my kids on an oh-so-boring cold-weathered Saturday. The only bar soap in the...

Blocking Mosquitoes and Ticks

Blocking Mosquitoes and Ticks

by Dr. Alan Greene @ DrGreene.com

Five bug repellents scored high marks for preventing bites, but three common choices didn’t make the grade in 2014 testing by Consumer Reports. As a parent and pediatrician, I want a mosquito and tick repellent that is safe, effective, and easy to use. It also helps if it doesn’t smell like bug spray. Why Is […]

Sensitive Skin Body Wash

Sensitive Skin Body Wash


Dove US

Dove Sensitive Skin Body Wash, a hypoallergenic body wash that looks after sensitive skin while still providing the rich lather that we all love.

TEDx Berkeley: Why Be Normal

TEDx Berkeley: Why Be Normal

by Dr. Alan Greene @ DrGreene.com

I can virtually guarantee you, somebody you love has this problem — high blood pressure. 1 in 3 people in the United States has high blood pressure and it tends to be even higher in developing countries. Tackling this one problem, in all likelihood, is the single thing you can do to extend quality years […]

Dangerous Moment: Industry plots to keep products toxic

by Stacy Malkan @ Not Just A Pretty Face

By Lisa Archer, director of Campaign for Safe Cosmetics at Breast Cancer Fund “I have loved every minute of my career as a stylist until Brazilian Blowout completely changed my life. Our laws are obviously broken. We are pleading for you to help protect our health and our livelihood.” – Jennifer Arce, written testimony to [...]

Honest Shampoo and Body Wash | I Read Labels For You

Honest Shampoo and Body Wash | I Read Labels For You


I Read Labels For You

The Family Essential Bundle includes Honest Shampoo and Body Wash, Healing Balm, Face and Body Lotion, Laundry Detergent, and Liquid Hand Soap.

Dove Sensitive Skin Body Wash Pump, 34 oz - Walmart.com

Dove Sensitive Skin Body Wash Pump, 34 oz - Walmart.com


Walmart.com

Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $35. Buy Dove Sensitive Skin Body Wash Pump, 34 oz at Walmart.com

Allergy Bites: Tasty Nuggets for Preventing Allergies

Allergy Bites: Tasty Nuggets for Preventing Allergies

by Dr. Alan Greene @ DrGreene.com

Dr. Greene’s take on preventing allergies… Many parents still hear the advice that it’s better to wait to introduce fish to babies until their first birthdays, or even their second. I disagree! And a growing body of evidence suggests that starting fish between 6 and 12 months results in fewer allergies – both in the […]

Is Codeine Safe for Children?

Is Codeine Safe for Children?

by Dr. Alan Greene @ DrGreene.com

More than half a million tonsillectomies are performed each year on children in the U.S. More than sixty percent of those children report significant pain in the days that follow. Acetaminophen with codeine is in widespread use for post-operative pain, but the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is now investigating the safety of codeine for […]

TRUE OR FALSE — 27 SECONDS FOR CHEMICALS TO ENTER YOUR BLOODSTREAM

by Kathy Gradwohl @ Josette Speaks

“27 SECONDS FOR CHEMICALS TO ENTER YOUR BLOODSTREAM”  Really? Have you seen this image or one similar?  I see it often and it bugs me.  Who started this?  And why? Was this started by a bath and body product manufacturer who wants to promote their  natural  and  organic  ingredients by way of scare tactics.  So […]

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Your Body Is Acidic. Here’s What You NEED To Do (The Real Truth Behind Cancer…)

by DailyHealthPost @ Daily Health Post

Ever heard of Dr. Otto H. Warburg? Unless you or your family member has suffered from cancer and tried to ...

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what is a daschund?

by noreply@blogger.com (STEVEN) @ Dogs Questions


Answers:
a daschund is adog with flaps at the end of its ears


It's a long-bodied dog with short, stumpy legs and a long nose.
A German breed with short legs, long bodies and loud mouths
ever seen a sausage,with legs and a head and a tail,thats a daschund..
A German bird
Dachshund.Here are lots of pictures! > http://images.google.com/images?sourceid.

Here is the best one> http://www.akc.org/breeds/dachshund/inde.

they come in this color too! > http://www.dogbreedinfo.com/dachshund.ht.
It's a short legged dog that used to be used for
ferret hunting because of their height
das chund sounds a bengali name
a weiner dog!
a sausage dog
A breed of dog with a long torso.pointed nose and ears that flap down.it could do with another pair of legs in the stomach region considering the abnormally long torso of this breed of dogs!
it looks like a hotdog it's cute and can sit very still and can look like a pillow but i'dd recommend the chihuahua
Mickey P didn't get it quite right. Dachshund is a type of dog, either short or wiry hair that was used for badger hunting not ferrets. That was more the line for terriers, like the Jack Russell beast. German..Dachs (Plural Dachse)= Badger (s). We don't do that any more of course!
its a wiener dog
long body w/ short legs and a long snout
First is is "Dachshund" not daschund


Second go here to read about the breed

http://www.akc.org/breeds/dachshund/inde.

http://www.dachshund-dca.org/


And here is rescue

http://www.dachshund-dca.org/rescue.html.
also called a weenie dog!
you have heard of weiner dogs, right? thats what a daschund is. they were bred in Germany and i highly recomend them as pets! read more below!!
just the cutest dogs ever! especially a mini.

DIY Hyssop Face Mask Recipe for (Naturally) Gorgeous Skin

by Crunchy Betty @ Crunchy Betty

There's this magical box that lives in my "crunchy corner." In it are wonders ne'er before seen, like unicorns and fairies and men who ask for directions.

Just kidding, men. (You'd never fit in this box.)

Actually, what's in this box are small baggies full of herbs and roots and flowers and resins. Every so often, when I go to our local natural food store, I'll pick up an herb that I've recently learned about, but never worked with. I bring it home, smell it, touch it, and occasionally just toss it in the box and forget about it. Not for lack of interest, but more for an abundance of distractions.

You know how it goes. There's always bread to be made, dishes to be washed, friends to be served tea, or cats to be dressed up like German barmaids. Priorities.

About a month ago, as I was planning a few of the plants I'm going to grow in my new rooftop garden, I ran into hyssop seeds. (Isn't that just about the prettiest word you've ever seen? Hyssop. Hyssop. Hyssop.) And while I was familiar with it, I remembered that it was an herb I'd tossed into the box a few months before.

Continue Reading...DIY Hyssop Face Mask Recipe for (Naturally) Gorgeous Skin

Look at  your baby wash this ingrediant is Bad for baby

Look at your baby wash this ingrediant is Bad for baby


Circle of Moms

Look at your baby wash this ingrediant is Bad for baby - Welcome to Circle of Moms!!

Mom Lovingly Documents Her Son’s Time in the NICU with Breathtaking Photo Series

by Wendy Wisner @ Babble

"I was just so relieved that he had made it safely that I [looked] past all the distracting monitors … and [saw a] bundle of perfection."

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Silky Smooth Skin, Shea Body Butter

by @ Alabu Skin Care: Latest News

Silky smooth skin can be attained by using shea body butter. This unrefined rich moisturizer works wonders on your skin by making a barrier between your skin and water. It totally protects what ever part of your skin you put it on. Shea body butter can reverse signs of aging, improve skin tone and elasticity, decrease stretch marks, help with scaley skin and eczema. There are many, many benefits of using shea body butter.

Top 10 Best Massage Tools Reviewed In 2017

by Lun ThanVuth @ AmaTop10

Conceptualized decades ago, massage is a popular alternative therapy technique with many health benefits on the body. If you have a demanding job, for instance, you can use it to soothe your stressed and or painful muscles at home. It is also perfect for relieving back pain, improving muscle tone, and restoring the body’s energy […]

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3 reasons apple cider vinegar may be good for hair

by Randy Schueller @ The Beauty Brains

HySpin says…I have started incorporated Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) rinses in my hair care practices with great results. My hair is very, very kinky and I find if I do the apple cider vinegar rinse as the final cleaning step of washing my hair I find my hair feels smoother, reflects light more (shinier) and […]

Anxiety Doesn’t Take a Vacation — Even When You Do

by Sarah Bregel @ Babble

Even a change in location doesn't mean a vacation from it. But I'm slowly learning how to adjust accordingly.

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No, But Seriously, Dove Soap Is Bad

No, But Seriously, Dove Soap Is Bad


The Concourse

So yesterday, BuzzFeed's editors, in a super duper blatant breach of the tenets of their Editorial Standards And Ethics Guide, deleted a post in which staff writer Arabelle Sicardi criticized toiletries brand Dove for its sleazy, exploitative advertising. Dove, you see, is owned by Unilever—the multinational consumer goods behemoth last seen being an oversensitive penis over the definition of mayonnaise—which happens to be one of BuzzFeed's major advertising partners.

Hey, Dirtbags: Five Body Washes That Work Better Than Bar Soap

Hey, Dirtbags: Five Body Washes That Work Better Than Bar Soap


Men's Fitness

The next generation of high-tech body wash will do a lot more for you than wash away the dirt

Best Shampoo for Oily Scalp: 2017 Reviews & Guide

by Jessica @ Get The Glitter

Oily scalps are a not only embarrassing, it can lead to problems including dandruff, greasy hair, as well as a scalp condition called seborrheic dermatitis. Seborrhea is when you have excess oiliness and is a common scalp condition. Women with oily scalps often find themselves washing their hair more than one should, which can make […]

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What to do if you discover a lump?

What to do if you discover a lump?

by Dr. Alan Greene @ DrGreene.com

Dr. Greene’s advice on discovering a lump… Finding a lump on your child’s body is not necessarily a bad thing, in fact most of the time little lumps it’s a good thing: healthy lymph nodes swell when they are attacking foreign invaders. The question is how to tell if the lump is well-behaving lymph node […]

Best Teacher Ever Provides “Menstruation Care Packs” for Her Middle School Students

by Wendy Wisner @ Babble

“It's discreet and more fun that being handed a giant pad.”

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LOVE YOUR HAIR? — I LOVE MINE

by Kathy Gradwohl @ Josette Speaks

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What is a good breed to have around very young children?

by noreply@blogger.com (STEVEN) @ Dogs Questions

We have a 9 month old and would like to get him a puppy for christmas.
Answers:
German Sheppards, Beagles


any my first was a dolmation
golden retriever, or a lab..I had both while I was growing up
A labrodor retriever make excellent family pets
border collie
chi wa wa
I had an american cocker, she was great with the kids, over the years I have had nine babies in my house, she never hurt one of them. She was very protective and lived to be 18.
Yellow Lab.
wow, first two answers kind of shocked me. Shep's and dalmations are known biters, especially of children.

I would go with a lab or a retriever. Both are known to be gentle dogs and great with kids!
golden retriever or mini poodle..or
cocker spaniel
Akitas are very good with children and so are St Benards
An Golden retriever or older Lab. Don't get any puppies, there to hyper for a child so young.
a BIG Pitt Bull! Joke---get a harmless pug.
Labradors and german shepards are trustworthy dogs
A golden or labrador retriever. If your concerned about the hair i would go with a short coat lab, they are the best! I have 3!
hi i have 7 grandchildren and labradors are supposed to be for familys and kids but ive always had staffies and the kids climb all over them and they are brilliant family dogs very loyal and ruff and tumble
Do not get your 9 month old a puppy.

You need to get a puppy because you and your spouse want one. You are the ones that will be completely responsible for the vaccinations, spaying and neutering, feeding, walking, and training of the dog.

At 9 months old, a baby does not know what hurts a dog, so this maybe a really bad time to get a dog. I would wait until the baby is older.

If you would like, you can email me at libertydogtraining@yahoo.com and I can help you with finding a dog, if you are really set on it.

I can advise you on breeds that would be good for your family and life style if you are set on a pure bred. Otherwise, rescued dogs are geat pets!
Get a pug! My pug Sandy loves little children. She just looks at babies and wants to sniff them or lick them. Sandy is very good with all ages.
I would say a springer spaniel but they're kind of hyper so might not be the best for young kids. Have you thought of adopting a shelter dog? an older dog might be better because they're not as hyper or likely to cause accidents. If you want a puppy then I'd go for a springer or golden retriever, they're smart dogs so it'll be easier to train and it's also fairly easy to find a litter of puppies. do what you feel best about though.
The breed shouldn't matter. I have pugs, and every pug I've ever known has been good with kids. BUT, I'm sure there is always an exception. Don't worry so much about certain breeds, because every dog, regardless of breed, is different. But, I wouldn't recommend a large dog if your children are little. Even the gentlest dog can knock over a child and really scare them.
Well I think the smaller the children and the smaller the animal it is bad! When the grow up, they hold the puppy not very well. It can hurt the puppy. I don't think you should get a dog, because toddlers pull the dog's tail all the time. I think if you get a dog get one that grows fast, yet has no tail. I have seen some dogs that are born without a tail, and they are precious!
Okay I know that a lot of people or going to take this wrong but Doberman Pinschers. I grew up with them and now I own one and I have three small children. In fact my Dobe is the biggest baby I have ever met. The kids try to ride him all the time and he just looks at you like please help me. He has never growled or nipped at my kids. My Border Collie on the other hand has.
I have a Golden Lab/Retreiver mix. He's great with my 16 month old. My son climbs him and rides him.
labrador retreivers, springers, or golden retreivers. i grew up with 2 different springer spaniel mixes and they were always good around us when we were little.

all of them are very nice dogs and they love children.
the best bet is to wait until your child is around 3-4 years old. golden retrievers are great with children but remember, you have to house break and have lots of time for the puppy and having a two year old child and a 2 year old puppy is really like having two kids and it can be tough because you have to have enough time with both. can you imaging running around after both of them all day long? puppies need a lot of attention and training and you need to be able to do that and look after your child but if you really want a puppy now, i say golden retrievers. german shepards are good dogs with children but they arent accepted on some insurance plans. make sure you have fenced in back yard and enoug time to groom the dog too, brushing, trimming nails (teeth yes they need dental care too) and plenty of exercise and one thing i have learned is dont expent them to just go outside and do it them selves they want company when they get exercise, frisby throwing, ball retrieving, etc.
Golden Retriever, Beagles, English Mastiffs and Saint Bernards are great around small children. They last few get very big, but as long as you get them as puppies, they "grow up" with your children, and they become loyal and trusting because they have shared environments since they were very little. This will help the child be almost completely safe, because even the sweetest dogs will bite if provoked.
Toy sized poodles, beagles, bloodhounds, and maltese.
depending on if you want a big dog or not but i found that border collies and golden retreivers are great around kids
First of all, remember that the dog will be YOURS, not your childs. Your child can not and will not take care of it.

Secondly, congratulations on deciding to get a new FAMILY MEMBER :) That's right, family member, including a life time commitment :)

We have a Golden Retriever, he is WONDERFUL. I have 2 young children as well, and he is gentle with them. However, Goldens do shed and they grow to be BIG, so they need to be trained to be gentle.

If you are looking for a small dog, Bichon Frise's can be a wonderful choice, they are very happy go lucky dogs.

Remember, don't buy a dog from a pet store, it is likely a poorly bred dog that will cost you a fortune in vet bills in the future. It's always best to get a dog from a reputable breeder, that breeds AKC (American Kennel Club) or CKC (Canadian Kennel Club) registered dogs, because that means that the breeder cares enough about the breed to take the short amount of time it takes to register the dogs. Yes, the initial cost of a well bred dog is generally higher than a mixed breed, but take it from someone who has had a bad experience with a poorly bred dog.you will likely end up spending way more in vet bills than you'll pay for the dog initially.
Also, good breeders offer health guarantees for their dogs of at least 1 1/2 years.

Another option is to get a rescue dog from the SPCA, however their health is not guaranteed so you have to be prepared for the possible vet costs when going with that option.
AHHHH! Don't do it!
Puppies for Christmas and a 9 month old spell disaster for the pup. After the cute-ness of the holidays are over most cuddly puppies given to kids are no longer cute and end up in shelters. Bad idea! A stuffed puppy would make a better gift for your little one.

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What is a good dog breed for hiking?

by noreply@blogger.com (STEVEN) @ Dogs Questions

I like a medium size dog that preferably doesn't shed too much. What breed should I look at for a hiking companion that will accept carrying a pack and not get too tired or aggitated?
Answers:
Okay, now if you 'medium' to mean less than 20-22 inches at the shoulder and under 60 lbs but over 16 inches and over 20 lbs, that is a tough call.

By the way, do people actually READ the question or just automatically type in their favorite breed? You say "medium", they say large (Lab, German Shepard, Old English Sheepdog) or very large (Husky, Boxer) or giant (St. Bernard.) You say "doesn't shed much - they say Old English who strew the house with balls of fluff and require a lot of grooming to keep their coat nice, Huskies from whose discarded coat you can spin a sweater..

While a dog can carry up to 25% of their body weight for a distance, they should generally not exceed 10-15% for any real distance depending upon their build. For example, a greyhound with a tall narrow body would be hard pressed to do 10% of its body weight but a broadbacked, stocky Aussie could easily do the 15% and up to 20%. Now 'real distance' is anything in excess of a half mile or so.


Do not ask a long body breed like a Basset to do this - it is very tough on the spine and they already have to cope with that elongated spinal column and can't get their back legs under to balance and drive as is needed in order to a carry the pack.
Haven't met a dog yet that I couldn't get to carry a packback in less than an hour.

For a dog that will have the energy and endurance, look at the Herding and Sporting Breeds. (The Working Breeds can do it easily but these are the big guys - 26 inches or more at the shoulder and 85/90 lbs and up.)

Keep in mind that Sporting Breeds where bred to chase and retrieve. Doggy will have to be very well-trained before hitting the back country without a leash.

The Hounds - well, fleet of foot and gone on a scent - again leashes until 100% reliable in off-lead work.

Herding tend to stick closer - they want to know where their charges are at all times.


Years ago my Golden and I would backpack in alone for 1-2 weeks at a time - each of us with our packs (and me with most of it!)

After wrecking my shoulder with a sports injury, I now rely upon a Kuvasz as a Mobility Service Dog - he wears packs and carries what I can't (anything above 5 lbs). He is 110-115ish and can easily handle 20 lbs even in deep sand.

I stongly recommend the Wenaha packs. The pack part attachd to a body harness with velcro and can be lifted off to give the dog a rest without having to undo all the straps. Here is one site that has them: http://www.getoutoutfitters.com/browsepr.

Mine came from REI but I'm not sure if they are carrying them or have them in stock (they always sold out fast.)

They aren't cheap but they are tough and last forever.


Now the 'not shedding much' complicates matters and eliminates long haired breeds. Labs are pretty good at going along but be prepared for a lot of stubborness and passive resistance if they don't want to do something.

Sporting: Try the Spaniels - Brittany, English and Welsh; Vizsla (taller but not massive);

The others suitable (Labs, Goldens) are considered large breeds.

Hounds: Top pick is the Rhodesian Ridgeback but they may be larger than you want - up to 26-29 inches at the shoulder and 80 100 lbs. They are actually a herd guarding breed from Africa who were also used for hunting. My choice for a Service Dog for what I needed came down to a Rhodie or Kuvasz, and the deciding factor is that we live on Lake Michigan further north than Chicago - with the cold and snow, a short coated Rhodie woul d not have been happy out running errands on a winter day.

Another posiblity is the Norweigan Elkhound - sturdy dog with medium length thick coat.

Terrier Group - don't even go there. They will be off after everything and have ignoring you down to a fine art.

Non-sporting; Dalmations (if there are no kids under 12 in the household or likely to be any in the next 14 years.)
Keeshond - smaller but very sturdy, Again they have the longer coat.
STANDARD Poodle - give them a terrier clip and not that pouffy stuff and thye look like a real dog ready to hit the water and work. No shedding. Usually 22-27 inches. They were bred as water retrievers.

Herding Group:
Australian Shepherds
Border Collie

NOTE: I see people are recommmending German Shepherds which aside form being a Large breed, are a breed that is having horrendous problems with the dogs' rear end - problems beyond hip dysplasia. I would be extremely extremely careful and not only want to know if the dogs in the immediate family tree passed all their health checks but if any collateral realtives (aunts, uncles 1/2 siblings ..) ever had any of the problems endemic in the breed.

Now, in this group all except the Corgis and the Australian Cattle Dog have longer coats. Australian CD (often called blue tick helers or blue heelers by backyard breeders) is long on energy, short on trainability (okay, maybe come and some basic-basics but.) and obedience and can be nippy.



Go to the AKC website and read in detail about the breeds

http://www.akc.org/breeds/index.cfm?nav_.

You can search by Group, Breed name or all of them at once.

Now, when you click on the picture of the dog and go to the page for that breed, on the left is a column. At the bottom of the column, is a link captioned "National Breed Club". Click on it - that takes you to the link to the National Club for that breed that sets the breed standards.

The Clubs' websites will give you an ENORMOUS amount of information about the breed - the good, the bad, and the why or why not to get that breed.

The clubs websites also have:
(1) a breeders list - all of whom have agreed to abide by the breeders code of ethics (which you can read)
(2) a link to the breed rescue for their breed

Do give serious thought to adopting from an adult from a breed rescue. The clubs' breed rescues go to a great deal of trouble to determine the dog's temperment, personality, likes and dislikes (particularly kids and cats and other dogs in the household), HEALTH, and level of training. They make a huge effort to match the right dog to the right home - and if they don't have one they think will be suitable for your home, they won't place it. Great way to avoid the puppy training, newpapers, chewing.

If you decide to get a puppy, please use one of the breeders who are members of the breed club. A well-bred pet puppy may not be a candidate for the show ring (that nose being 1/8th of an inch to long or something else very picky) but they will be very healthy, the parents carefully screened for hereditary health problems, and from a breeder who has devoted a great deal of time to understanding the breed and bloodlines. A responsible breeder will have a written contract with a health guarantee for hereditary problems; require that if for any reason you ever have to give up the dog that it comes back to them; and always be available for help, assistance and advice about your dog. Such a breeder wil tell you if they don't think their breed is right for you based upon your needs. They want a perfect forever home for the puppies - not the money. (In 43 years in the dog show world, I have never known a breeder of that caliber who has made a profit on their dogs - it is labor of love.)

A puppy from such a breeder costs no more - and often less in view of the vet bills for an animal from poor quality breeding - than from a backyard breeder who doesn't do the health checks, knows nothing about the breed or bloodlines, doesn't give a guarantee, never wants to hear about the puppy again and has breed from mediocre or poor quality dogs.

I you want a hiking companion, you will have to very careful about getting a dog from a breeder who screens their breeding stock for hereditary orthopedic defectsthat and other problems that can affect their ability to go out and go with you - hips, elbows, patella, cardiac, eyes..

Now many reputable breeders will have adult dogs that they bred that they are placing. The dog may be a rehome since a good breeder requires the dog be returned to them if the owner can't keep it. The dog may be one they held back to show and it turned out to just not quite be show caliber as it grew up. Occassionally, in rare instances, they may have a dog who did finish its AKC championship but the breeder needs to place it in a home as a co-own (you get the dog, they get to use it for breeding - with a female maybe 1-3 litters and male as a sire for number of litters. Once the breeding career is done which is earlier than mosst pet people realize, the dog is spayed/neuterd.) SImilarly the dog could have finished its cahmpionship -after much effort, many shows and a lot of money - but the breeder decides not to use them as breeding stock because the dog hated showing so much and lacked the personality and temperment for the ring. If the breeder is placing a dog who is over 12 months, ask to see its health exams - they can preliminary xrays on elbows, hips and patellas at that age, and compelte on eyes cardiac and thyroid.

Good luck and happy hiking,


Lab or Dalmatian. I would go for a Dal due to their endurance.

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Dal's are very loving, loyal, and active dogs. They were breed to run with horses so their endurance levels are amazing. They bond very closely with their masters and are very protective of them. Dont take this the wrong way, Dals will accept anyone outside the 'pack' as long as their master does. They will pick up on your emotions. If your feeling nervous, uneasy, or have the heebee jeebees about someone they will react. I have trained Dals to work in 'Hospital Therapy' areas. They love the attention and love to play with the folks. They make great hiking companions and ball fetchers. Once a Dal loves you, your loved for life. If your considering a Dal, please check our website
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I think a smooth coated Border Collie would make a good hiking companion. These dogs are high energy types and getting out on regular hikes would be good stimulation (they need that). They're also highly trainable.

There are a range of sizes for this breed tho and you would want to make sure you look into a breeder with "larger" dogs. Our puppy will be about 45lbs when full grown, but I have seen them smaller and under 35lbs.
St. Bernard would be ideal but they do get huge and they do shed. We always kept Pit bulls and they loved to go camping and pull the kids in the wagon!! Depends on how they're raised as to if they get aggitated. (The reputation does not fit all dogs of this breed.) I had a 2 year old daughter that would go face first into my males food dish with him. (Usualy he would sit down and wait for her to finish) and my female let 2 of the kids in the whelping box with her while she was delivering puppies.) Get a puppy and train him/her young. There are specially designed harnesses for pulling carts and wagons make sure you start him on this about 9 months but the harness earlier so he/she gets used to it. Good Luck!!
chiwawa
huskys, labs, and terriors (trust me, there good at hunting, especially the black ones)
Labradors are awesome.
I would recommend any dog in the sporting, working or terrier group. They are usually the most high energy breeds. Go to akc.org and dogbreedinfo.com for more info on each breed.
Good luck and I hope this helps!
I think the best dog would be a boxer there are fun loving great with kids and VERY energetic they are also love to jump and are built to jump. With my boxer i walk in the woulds and she will follow and jump over any thing or i can let her lead and show me the easiest route and she is excited every time and she is 9 years old which is pretty old
i think i would try a german shepherd..they can last a long time and have an extellent temperment
I would say a German Sheppard would be an excellent dog for that. Fisrt of all they are one of the smartest breeds and can be easily trained. Second they are strong and have excellent endurance. So caring some light weight things on their backs shouldn't be a problem. Lastly they are excellent protectors. If you were hiking and came across a Moutain Lion, Wolf, Stray dogs etc. they become fierce protectors. A lab or retriever are not going to be the protector a German Sheppard will be. Labs and Retrievers are hunting dogs not guard dogs like a German Sheppard. I would definitely say a German Sheppard would be your best bet. I hope this helps. Good Luck.
A lab or a blue healer. Labs are very active and if you train them they are very easy to walk with you. Blue Healers are also very active and they listen extremely well. plus they are small and easy to transport.
Good morning let me say thank you for thinking far enough ahead to
ask this ? before making a decision abot an animal. And I appreciate
the paramiters you've set and answering within those there can be
only one breed and that is an Old English Sheepdog I've personally owned 3 of these dogs and aside from being very athletic they are
one of the smartest breeds I've encountered. and in reference to shedding they have no dander and that's what causes adog to shed
so if they shed at all it's only large clumps easy to pick up but even then shedding is quite minimal and those are the pros
the only con is concern for the hips.Please be sure to purchase
your new friend only from a reputible breeder and expect to pay
between 500-700 for such a puppy.If they want more than that ask for references from others who have purchased puppies in the past. The only reason not to walk away from a high price tag
is that these dogs are the ultimate babe magnet. Well I hope this letter helps. P.S ask if the dogs hips have been certified,that's important. happy hiking.
I would say German Shepherd because they LOVE to work. Plus being with you and working with you will bring them such joy. You wont find a more loyal friend.

However, they arent medium sized dogs and they shed a tremendous amount (they have double coats) year round.

Good luck

PS Adoption is the best way to go!
I currently go hiking and camping with my dobie. I have a friend who has a dobie as well. Mine carries a pack containing her food for the trip or her items (leash, toys, treats, etc.). Dobies are very easy to train and extremely loyal, so once trained you don't have to worry about them running off. Also they have a lot of endurance and stamina and go longer than you can. They are a more medium sized dog if you get one bred to standard. I would go with a female since they tend to be smaller than the males. Mine is 60lbs and loves going hiking and running through the woods with me. She's happy when I strap her pack on b/c she knows where we're going. I'd look into dobies, they're in the working group, so they're made to go all day and they are great with people when socialized as puppies.
I would recommend a standard poodle. Medium-sized, non-shedding, intelligent. Here's a cool link: http://www.freewebs.com/standard-poodles.

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What is a good cure for diarrhea in dogs?

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I'm interested in home cures.
Answers:
Do you know why this dog has diarrhea? How old is the dog? How long has it had diarrhea?

Diarrhea could be caused by a number of different things and your dog could be very sick. If this dog has had diarrhea for a few days it could also be dehydrated and needs to see a vet asap. If this is a puppy, it needs to see a vet.


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best thing i ever did was to take dogs off chicken based food. put them on nutro's lamb and rice and they lived hapily ever after.
Put your dog on a starchy diet. Pasta, rice, bread, potatoes etc.
It has worms.Deworm it with meds from a vet ,, that is the best option because the vet can do a simple test of the feces to determine what type of worm it is.Or you can buy the store brand (liquid) %26 hope it gets the right worm.Follow directions completely.Its easy,,mix with a small amount of food.
Try a cork.
plain yogurt. It works for humans too.
Feed some boiled boneless chicken with some plain white rice. Don't add any kind of seasoning. That may help.
It all depends on whether the dog has diarrhea from not eating the proper foods or diarrhea from parvo, cocidia, giardia, etc. If it is from just a change in diet or eating human food, you can give it a couple of spoonfuls on plain canned pumpkin. If it doesn't help or if there is blood and/or vomiting, get it to the vet ASAP!
Imodium
Give them dry dog food and not canned.
It is important to know what causes the diarrhea first. Yogurt can help, so can rice.
Although the worms might be it, the food could be the problem. Buy dogfood with real mixtures and ingredients you can find in a usual farm. Foods with a meat rice ratio of 60/40 are usually good. Lamb and Chicken sit the best with small dogs.
ok.give it one teaspoon per ten pounds of body weight of kaopectate, every 4 hours. take away the dogs food and give him rice(white),cottage cheese,soft boiled eggs, cooked pasta. No dog food for 24 hours.. any thing else I am at mfroeh@yahoo.com
Cottage cheese or canned pumpkin, but pumpkin pie file filling.
Best I have done is the same I would do for my children, rice and yogurt. But I have also pulled the following information from a website:

Home management for pets with diarrhea

Feeding pets with diarrhea
1. After your pet is fasted for the prescribed number of days as determined by your veterinarian, gradually return it to full feed.
2. Feed small amounts frequently (3 to 6 times daily).
3. Feed a highly digestible diet containing one percent or less of fiber in the dry matter. (This is very different than the recommendation for 鈥榗olitis' in which a diet high in fiber is often indicated). The diet for small intestinal diarrhea should provide a moderate amount of highly digestible protein from cottage cheese, chicken and egg, with and not more than 15 percent fat. Carbohydrates should be easily digestible such as those from rice or dextrose. There are veterinary diets made specially to handle these problems i.e. Prescription Diet i/d.

Avoid diets with the following ingredients: wheat middlings, bran and other cereal by-products; lactose (milk sugar) and foods containing more than 10 percent sucrose (table sugar). Do not give your pet bones, snacks or table scraps which may irritate the intestinal tract.
Try feeding it Gravox..Might not work, but it will thicken it up a little. ;-)
kaopectate ,,,,, never leave home without it.

http://www.peteducation.com/article.cfm?.

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Give it some canned pumpkin
Not being a Vet on the occasion that one of my dogs has diarrhea I use Imodium. The amount depends on your dog size. However that can get rid of the symptom but not the cause. It could be worms. I which case you will need to take a stool sample to the vet. Or, it could be too many different types of foods Dogs are not like people. They don't need to have something new each day. That kind of switch up can really play havoc on their digestive systems. I like a good quality dry dog food and fresh water. Fresh is the key because old water with a lot of back wash in it can be the cause of many problems. My personal choice for a dry food is Purina One. It give the dog a good firm stool. Again I am not a Vet but if it last for several days, no home remedy helps, has blood, or puss then see you vet. Hope that helps.
you need to find the reason for the diarrhea
is he sick
does he have worms
is it a food allergy
is it anxiety
did he eat or drink something contaminated
are you feeding him the wrong kind of food or too much
too many table scraps
has he eaten a poisonous plant or grass treated with pesticide
as for the other answers about feeding him canned pumpkin my vet suggested that when the dog was constipated
you can't fix if if you don't know the reason

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by noreply@blogger.com (STEVEN) @ Dogs Questions

I have a 5 year old daughter and a 3 year old son. Any dog breeds good arould children that age? I grew up with a jumpy Golden, but i think a calmer breed might be best for my family. Any ideas?
Answers:
Any of the retriever breeds, such as lab or golden, tend to do well with children. The key is good training for the dog. Also remember ANY animal can bite, so watch your young children with the animal.
Also some other factors that might play into your pet choice.. do you have a large fenced yard? maybe a larger dog might work for you, if you live in a small apartment, a large breed would probably be a bad choice. How much time can you devote to grooming the animal? if it is not much a wirey short haired breed might be best.
Try petfinder.com to adopt a great animal who needs a loving home, or if you are seeking a specific breed, try one of the rescue groups for that breed. All you have to do is type in the breed, rescue and your state in to your search engine, and you will get results.


Beagles are great
Shih Tzus are great with kids, we have two shih tzus and are quite pleased
For children Sheltland sheepdogs are smart and GREAT with kids. there small so you can take them with you there only like 30pounds check them out I think you will like them !!
Actually, Golden Retreivers are one of the best family dogs. Their whole mission in life is to please their owners. This is why they are used as service dogs.

Go to your local shelter/Humane Society and speak with someone their. DO NOT get a puppy, as they will jump and probably chew on your youngest child. Shelters temperament test all dogs that are up for adoption and they will be able to tell you which ones they have available that are good with children.
I have two yellow labs. We've had them since they were little. Very protective, and tons of fun.
I would get a small dog, so that if a bite incident occured, it would be negligible. Also, you have to be really diligent about teaching your children utmost respect for the dog- it will decrease the chances of them getting bitten if they see the dog as it's own being rather than a toy, and is a great life lesson in empathy for others. The breed of dog isn't so important, it's whether or not the dog itself will fit into your life and meet your needs. Visiting shelters is a great place to get friendly mutts- usually much more mentally stable than pure breds, and it's just a nice thing to do.
Hi Abby, You can't go wrong with a golden lab. They do well around children and loves to play and have fun.This is one of the best breeds for all family members.They are easily trained.

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Labradors are lovely calm dogs .idea with children and big enough to pose a threat to a burglar..
chewawas are very friendly and they dont grow big!
A well-bred Lab. However, how well a dog does depends a lot on how well you socialize and train it. While it is young you need to take it everywhere with you to meet cats, kids, people, other animals, places, etc.
Pitbulls are great with kids they have gotten a bad rap because some people breed them for fighting and they end up turning on their owners.
yellow lab
I have a golden retriever and he is great with the kids. I have never had any problems with him jumping on the kids. He is very gentle with the kids. Any breed would be good as long as you have the time to work with them and teach them the do's and dont's. But I have had many different breeds including pit, golden retriever, border collie etc. I would have to say that my golden retriever has been the best dog that i have ever had and is the easiest to teach.
mutts are usually best tempered mixing breeds is good
and can ask rescue or shelter about known behavior.
avoid toy poodles, terriers, and toys as serious in-breeding to get them so small tend to be hyper or crazy or heatlh issues too.
ask this at the shelter not at a breeder.
also bring the kids to the shelter to try one out.
you'll know when its love.
As most people have said I'd say a Golden Lab.

I actually have a Jack Russell cross and she is amazing with children and very, very playful. Plus she is good enough at keeping herself amused when we are either working/doing other things. There's always somebody in the house with her at all times due to the schedules of everyone in my house however.

Her size means that she isn't intimidating to friend's of my brother who are unsure around dogs and was a total dream to train. I have friends with pure breed dogs who are a nightmare with children because they require so much attention/amusement etc. I'd definetly say a crossbreed are more family friendly.
With proper training, many breeds can be good with children really. Acutally, Golden Retrievers and Labs are at the top of the list for family dogs. But there are so many more.

You really have to evaluate your family and activity level too. A greyhound loves to run them races, but they're actually quite gentle giants and you can adopt a retired racer that's already got some basic training.

Our children are also 5 and 3, boys, and they have a HIGH energy level, so we wanted a breed that could keep up with that. We now have a 4 month old Border Collie. But the BC isn't for everyone. They're very smart and get bored really easily, so they have to be mentally challenged to avoid the boredom which can bring on destructive behavior. We are persuing agility with ours, simply on a fun level. Fun for us and her and great excercise. Also gives her a good amount of training, too.

A smaller breed might suit you well too, assuming your children aren't as high energy as mine, but remember that sometimes small dogs and children can be of issue if the children have a hard time being gentle and learning how to properly treat and handle the dog (like not carrying the pup around the house all the time). I prefer at least a medium size dog, as the full grown size enables the dog to be able to "escape" an uncomfy situation if need be. Harder for a child to corner.

Good questions to ask yourself are. How active is your family? If you're not very active, then something like a BC isn't for you. How much time will you need to be away from your dog on a daily basis (like for work/school)? Some breeds are more likely to suffer from separation anxiety than others. How will your children be with a new pup? Will they easily learn how to properly treat a dog? What kind of space do you have? Is there a large yard what a larger dog can have a good run, or do you live in a small place, like an apartment where a smaller dog would be more reasonable?

I definitely suggest researching the breeds you are thinking about, compare them and talk to breeders of any breed you are considering. They can really be helpful in helping you decide if a particular breed is right for you.

Whatever breed you choose to go with, getting some obedience training is a great way to teach your dog some basic manners, such as learning not to jump on your family or visitors. I wouldn't have a dog without persuing it!
try something like a collie, great danes can be quite calm once they get out of the puppy stage. dobermans are actually excellent family dogs, once they're around 10 months they are quite calm and require very little grooming (they don't need to be brushed and only need baths 3-4 times per year). bloodhounds are really great too, not jumpy and really tolerant of everything.
Cocker spaniels are great dogs for kids very protective and loyal. I have a Golden retreiver and he's great to one thing to do with them is exercise.
Old English Sheepdog. I have had them in my house since I was little. My cousin would grab food out of his bowl and he would just look at her. I mean we never encouraged her to do that but she did. She pulled up on him. they don't shed and are very lovable. They do have a tendency to "herd" little ones into cupboards and walls. They do require grooming but if you keep them kind of short "puppy cut" then they aren't too bad. Sheepdogs love the cold and snow. Sheepies are a calm breed that love to cuddle. We always adopted adult sheepies so I couldn't tell you about the pups. They aren't water loving dogs although they are exceptions. They are very protective of their families.

Hope you find a breed that fits you best.
Not Dalmatians.They are too agressive with younger children.
I would never recommend a large or giant breed as the pet of choice for small children unless the children were big for their age, the parent were experienced in handling and training, and it was an adult dog. Hard for small kids to cuddle a dog that is bigger than they are.

A herding breed is excellent with young children.

Go here to see the breeds http://www.akc.org/breeds/index.cfm?nav_.

Look under "Breed by Group" on the left and find the herding group.

Shelties, Aussies, Corgis.(Herding Group)

I grew up with Boston Terriers (Non-sporting group). They were GREAT!

When you are on the page for that specific breed, there are links on the left to the "Breed Club" and "Breed Rescue" .

Check out breed rescues. The Breed Rescue for a breed akes a great deal of time to get to know the dog,its temperment, behavior and level of training. They go to great pains to match the right dog with the right person.

(By the way you say "jumpy" Golden. I'm guessing it was a field bred Golden - high energy, independent minded, . Field bred Goldens and show/obedience bred Goldens are the same breed but their temperments are different by miles and miles.)
I have 2 bernese mountaindogs and they're great with children also with the smaller ones. In summer they've been a lot around 2-year-old children, 4-year-old children and some children who were older than 6. And they loved the dogs they went playing with them, hugged them and everything and it all went smooth. Even when they're pups, they're comparatively calm. Of course you need to raise them well, but you will have a great dog then :)
The lab is the friendliest dog out there
Don't assume by simply choosing a breed that you will get the right puppy. Temperament and personality can still vary. There are exceptions to the rule. There are aggressive Goldens, there are sweet pitbulls. Then, how you raise it will have a lot to do with the "molding" process.just like kids.

When you go to look at a puppy, look at the entire litter. Particularly with young children, you do not want the shy one that sits in the corner and acts afraid. Neither do you want the wild, wooly, jumping up and down pup. Pick the more quiet, but curious puppy. The one that willingly comes forward. The one that does not struggle when you pick it up, the one that will calmy lay on its back when you roll it on the floor, or hold him in your arms as a baby. The one that doesn't startle when you clap your hands. The one that will follow you when you walk with encouragement from your voice. These are cues that the pup naturally sees you as its leader. Do not feel you must choose a pup from just one litter. Shop.this is a life long choice!

Most Goldens are happy fellows, so the jumpy one you had was one of those exceptions. Goldens and Labs (btw there is no "breed" called the Golden Lab. A Lab is a Lab. They come in yellow, blac and chocolate) have been breed for decades as service dogs, so care has been taken to focus on easy going temperament. But that does not mean every Golden or Lab will be this way. The kennels still breeding them for hunting (their original purpose) have more high drive dogs..as my daughter's very high power, very active one. (Have you read "Marley and Me")

If you go with a purebreed, find a REPUTABLE breeder!! Make a list of questions and if they can not answer them, go elsewhere. Have the parents been checked for such as hip dyspasia, eye problems, von Willebrands.etc (do your research of what breeds are more prone to particular health problems). Any dogs in the pedigree have obedience titles? What is health guarantee? Get all in writing.

You might want to contact a local guide dog program, or CCI (is it Canine Companions for Independence?) There are dogs that for minor reasons do not "graduate" to the next level, but have been trained and are wonderful dogs.

Breeds: I would not get a very small breed for young children. Often they can be very nervous and nippy and just their small size can be fragile for young children. Nor would I necessarily get a giant breed; though often very gentle, as a rambunctious pup their sheer size can easily knock a toddler over.

Breeds: Collie (particularly look into "smooth coated" collies..they are gentle and sweet with children), Golden, Lab (though I don't have them and would not get one for me). Shetland Sheepdogs (Shelties) are extemely smart, (have shown and raised them for about 25 years, along with my 2 kids) easily trained, do not pick the shy or nervous one! Also Australian Shepherds.smart dogs, but be sure not to pick the most active puppy.

I would not get a Border Collie (I have one and LOVE her). If you do not have time to play and play and go jogging and do herding or agility, they will drive you bonkers!
With children as young as yours are I would not get a puppy. They like to jump and nip when they are young. While no one has mentioned them, boxers are great with children if raised around them. They are protective also. Check with a Boxer Rescue in your area and see if they have one that will meet your needs. I have 2 rescues and they are GREAT.
Good luck !
Many dogs can be good with kids as long as they are well-trained. I think golden retrievers, labs, and beagles are among the best.

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by noreply@blogger.com (STEVEN) @ Dogs Questions

I have a 7 month old rottweiler puppy who has a very sensitive stomach. She gets diarrhea from any new food, or any kind of treat./ This has been confirmed by the Vet. She isn't sick w/ anything like parvo. SHe is currently on California Naturals. Is that a good dog food for a sensitive stomach? Or should I gradually switch her to a better dog food, and if so what is better thatn that?
Answers:
"Purina ONE Sensitive Systems" is what I use for my Old English Sheepdog (they have puppy and adult versions of this product). It cost more that the regular dog food but is much much better for the dog. The main ingredient in it is salmon. I've also been told by my vet that any oatmeal based dog food is the best. But the problem is that I can't find one anywhere.
Don't use any of the regular type dog food. If you look on the nutrition label, the main ingredient is corn and that's bad for the dog.
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I like Iams. You need to quit switching foods though. Anytime you switch a dog's food, it messes up their stomachs. My dogs got sick in the past from switching foods. Also, wet/canned dog foods will upset their stomachs.
For dogs with a sensitive stomach, I like Hills Prescription Diet I/D. I don't know if that would have everything in it that a puppy would need though. If not, you could try the Science Diet Puppy. That is a really good dog food. Also, you maybe ableto talk with your vet about food choses. Good luck in your food search.
Your vet SHOULD give you recommendations!! I have had my 10 year old dachsie on nothing but Science Diet. Ask your vet!!
Sounds like your puppy might be allergic to something in the food you are feeding. Read labels and see if you can find something in common in all the foods and treats you have given (corn, wheat etc).

Try feeding her a kibble that has ingredients she has never had before (fish and potato maybe). You might also want to look into a raw diet or even home cooked.

This could take awhile to figure out but keep track of what she is eating and a list of ingredients.

Good luck!
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Dove Daily Moisture Shampoo and Conditioner 12oz Combo SET **Package May Vary**
$13.48
Dove Go Fresh Cool Moisture Fresh Touch Body Wash Cucumber and Green Tea 16.9 Oz / 500 Ml (Pack of 3)
$14.28
Dove Anti-Perspirant Deodorant, Sensitive Skin 2.60 oz
$7.99
Dove Men Plus Care Body Wash, Deep Clean, 13.5 Ounce (Pack of 3)
$22.33
Dove Beauty Cream Bar Soap, Go Fresh Revive, 100 G / 3.5 Oz Bars (Pack of 12)
$14.65
Dove Men+Care Deodorant Stick Clean Comfort 3 oz(Pack of 3)
$23.22
Dove Go Fresh Pomegranate & Lemon Verbena Deodorant Spray 150 ml / 5 oz (6-Pack)
$18.06
Dove Go Fresh Body Wash, Revitalize, Mandarin & Tiare Flower Scent, 16.9 Ounce / 500 Ml (Pack of 3)
$15.98
Dove Weightless Moisturizers Smooth and Soft Anti-Frizz Cream, 4 Ounce (113g)
$3.99
Dove Clinical Protection Antiperspirant Deodorant, Original Clean, 1.7 Oz (Pack of 3)
$21.98
Dove Clinical Protection Antiperspirant Deodorant, Cool Essentials 1.7 Ounce, (Pack of 2)
$14.49
6 Pack Dove Cotton Dry Anti-Perspirant Deodorant Spray 48 Hour Protection 150 Ml
$17.06
Dove Go Fresh Restore Beauty Bars, Blue Fig and Orange Blossom Scent, 4.75 Oz (Pack of 12)
$18.40
Dove Invs Sold Pwd Size 2.6z Dove Powder Invisible Solid Antiperspirant Deodorant
$10.46
Dove Men + Care Antiperspirant & Deodorant, Cool Silver 2.70 oz (Pack of 4)
$14.99
Dove Advanced Care Antiperspirant, Clear Finish 2.6 oz, 4 Count
$19.52
Dove Ultimate go fresh Cool Essentials Anti-perspirant/Deodorant, 2.6 Ounce (Pack of 4)
$19.99
Dove Advanced Care Anti-Perspirant Deodorant, Revive 2.6 Oz (Pack of 3)
$16.48
DVO2979401 - Moisturizing Gentle Hand Cleaner
$122.28
Dove Original Spray Deodorant Anti Perspirant 150 Ml 5.07oz (Pack of 3)
$11.00
Dove Men+Care Antiperspirant Deodorant, Sensitive Shield, 2.7 Ounce (Pack of 4)
Dove Hair Therapy Daily Moisture Conditioner, 40 Fl Oz
$14.99
Dove Go Fresh Beauty Bar Soap, Cool Moisture, 6 Count
$10.59
Dove Go Fresh Cucumber & Green Tea Deodorant 48h Spray 150 ml / 5 fl oz (6-Pack)
$16.49
Dove go fresh Beauty Bar, Cucumber and Green Tea 4 oz, 6 Bar
Dove Deodorant 2.6 Ounce Adv Care Anti-Perspirant Sensitive (76ml) (3 Pack)
$12.46
DOVE Winter Care Nourishing Body Wash 24-Ounce - 3-Pack
$23.99
Dove Invisible Dry Anti White Marks Antiperspirant Deodorant, 150 Ml / 5 Oz (Pack of 6)
$17.50
Dove Winter Care Beauty Bars - 14/4oz
$28.95
Dove Men + Care Dry Spray Antiperspirant, Clean Comfort (Pack of 4)
$15.83
Dove® Beauty Bath Shower Gel Indulging Cream 16.9 Oz / 500 Ml
$7.77
Dove Men + Care Body + Face Bars Aqua Impact - 6 ct
$12.82
Dove Go Fresh Cool Moisture Body Wash, Cucumber and Green Tea Pump 34 Ounce (Pack of 2)
3 Dove Nourishing and Restore Body Wash 500ml/19.9oz (3X 500ml/16.9oz, Purely pampering-Almond cream with hibiscus)
$17.99
Dove Advanced Care Deodorants, Cool Essentials (2.6 oz., 3 pk.)
$16.87
Dove Nutritive Solutions Daily Moisture, Shampoo and Conditioner Duo Set, 40 Ounce Pump Bottles
$24.90
Dove Men + Care Body & Face Wash, Sensitive Shield 13.50 oz (Pack of 3)
$20.70
Dove Go Fresh Revive Anti-Perspirant Deodorant Stick for Unisex, 2.6 Ounce
$6.69
Dove Men + Care Extra Fresh Non-irritant Antiperspiration 5 Pack
$24.99
Dove Invisible Dry Anti White Marks Anti-Perspirant Deoderant
$5.12
(Duo Set) Dove Damage Therapy Intensive Repair, Shampoo & Conditioner, 12 Oz. bottles
$13.19
Dove Men+Care Body and Face Wash, Clean Comfort 18 oz
Dove Damage Therapy Daily Moisture Shampoo, 2.8 Pound
$14.99
Dove Men Care Non-Irritant Antiperspirant Deodorant, Extra Fresh - 2.7 Ounce (5 in Pack)
$22.47
Dove Nutritive Therapy, Nourishing Oil Care, DUO Set Shampoo + Conditioner, 12 Ounce, 1 Each
$12.98
Dove Men+Care Post Shave Balm, Hydrate+ 3.4 oz (Pack of 2)
$12.65
Dove Beauty Bar, Pink 4 oz, 14 Bar
$17.99
Dove Original Beauty Cream Bar White Soap 100 G / 3.5 Oz Bars (Pack of 12) by Dove
$16.99
Dove Shave Gel Sensitive 7 oz. (Pack of 3)
$17.26
Dove Cotton Soft Anti-Perspirant Deodorant Spray Dry 48 Hour Protection (Pack of 6) 150 Ml by Dove
$20.98
Dove Clinical Protection Anti-Perspirant Deodorant Solid, Revive 1.70 oz(Pack of 2)
$13.48
Dove Shampoo, Dryness & Itch Relief 12 oz
$5.59
Dove Body Wash Deep Moisture 24 oz, Pack of 3
$15.16
Dove Purely Pampering Body Wash, Coconut Milk (24 fl. oz., 3 pk.)
$24.09
Dove go sleeveless Antiperspirant, Beauty Finish 2.6 oz, 2 Pack
$4.99
Dove Beauty Bar, White 4 oz, 2 Bar
Dove Men + Care Revitalize Face Cream Lotion 1.69oz (Quantity 1)
$4.97
Dove Oxygen Moisture Shampoo and Conditioner Set 12 Ounce
$13.85
Sensitive Skin Unscented Moisturizing Cream Beauty Bar By Dove, 12 Count 4 Oz Each
$19.99
Dove Beauty Bar, Sensitive Skin 4 oz, 6 bar
$12.99
Dove Regenerative Nourishment Shampoo and Conditioner Set, 8.45 FL OZ each
$15.99
Dove Purely Pampering Shea Butter Beauty Bar with Vanilla Scent Soap 3.5 Oz / 100 Gr (Pack of 12 Bars)
$17.48
Dove Antiperspirant Deodorant, Powder 2.6 Ounce, (Pack of 6)
$21.36
Dove Body Wash Deep Moisture 24 oz, Pack of 3
$15.16
6 Cans of Dove Men+Care Invisible Dry 150ml Anti-Perspirant Anti-Transpirant Spray
$18.72
Dove Clinical Protection Antiperspirant Deodorant, Cool Essentials 1.7 oz
$7.72
Dove Sensitive Skin Nourishing Body Wash, 12 Ounce (2 Pack)
$19.33
Dove Men+Care Body Wash, Extra Fresh 23.5 Ounce (Pack of 2)
$20.45
Dove Men + Care Face Wash, Hydrate, 5 Oz (Pack of 3)
$18.40
Dove Men+Care Body Wash, Extra Fresh 13.5 oz, Twin Pack
$16.99
Dove Hs Srength/Shine Xho Size 7z Dove Hs Srength/Shine Xhold 7z
$8.77
Dove Dry Shampoo Refresh and Care Volume and Fullness, 5 Ounces, 3 Pack
$16.80
Dove Men+Care 2 in 1 Shampoo and Conditioner, Fresh and Clean 25.4 oz
Dove Sensitive Skin Unscented Hypo-Allergenic Beauty Bar 4 oz, 2 ea (Pack of 2)
$11.14
Dove Men + Care Body & Face Wash, Clean Comfort 13.50 oz ( Pack of 3)
$16.10
Dove Men + Care Fortfying Shampoo+conditioner 2 in 1 32fl Oz
$16.05
Dove Go Fresh Cucumber & Green Tea Scent, Antiperspirant & Deodorant Stick, 1.4 Oz / 40 Ml (Pack of 4)
$9.98
Dove Body Wash, Sensitive Skin Pump, 34 Ounce (Pack of 2)
$27.33
Dove Body Lotion, Cream Oil Intensive, 13.5 Ounce (Pack of 3)
$23.49
Dove Damage Therapy Cool Moisture Shampoo (12 oz) and Conditioner (12 oz)
$11.99
Dove Go Fresh Antiperspirant & Deodorant, Cool Essentials - 2.6 oz - 2 pk
$12.99
Dove Go Fresh Antiperspirant Deodorant, Restore, 2.6 Ounce (Pack of 2)
$9.11
Dove Men+Care Body and Face Bar, Deep Clean 4 oz, 6 Bar
$9.39
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