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International Veterinary Sciences Quick Bath Pet Wipes and Supplements


Hey neighbors!!

You may know, we had a litter of 5 Shelties puppies, 4 of which have already gone to their new homes, and one who is flying out Saturday.  We have also added to our menagerie recently, so we have had loads of little fur babies to keep clean.



Now, sometimes bathing is just not an option.  Step in IVS Quick Bath Pet Wipes.  I have cleaned more puppies the last 2 months, then I have in a long time.  Since little ones play in their food, I have used these wipes to clean paws, feet and heads.


The IVS Quick Bath Pet Wipes are in a handy package just like baby wipes.  You can keep them by the crate, throw them in a bag to take to the park, or leave a package in the vehicle to have handy. Keep them anywhere you might need to give your dog a "quick bath".  They are nice and thick, and do not shred or fall to pieces are you use them.  They are PH neutral and do not contain alcohol.  They are not harsh on your pets coat.  They contain vitamin A and E and Aloe Vera.  Smell good too!!

As far as a supplement goes, we received Lipiderm a Fish Oil Supplement for large dogs.  Fish Oil is great for your dog's skin and coat.  These ones from IVS are fortified with vitamins A and E.  You give them to your dog once a day based on their weight.  These are made in the USA.  This is a supplement, not a treat or food.  Read and follow directions for your dogs health.

Be sure to follow the IVS social pages:
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Soif you own a dog, of any size, be sure to check out the Quick Bath Pet Wipes.  This is a product that is worth keeping on hand.

Thanks for stopping by today!  See you again soon, At the Fence!!

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