You'd be amazed at what a good brushing will do. I had a white teacup pup a while back who loved "fishing" for leaves or whatever she could reach in the creek. Then she'd roll on the bank when she got out. What a sandy or muddy mess! Once a passing jogger asked what happened to her, and I told him to wait a block. For she'd run, or we'd walk a bit, and she'd dry off and whiten. By the end of her evening brushing (for she was a burr magnet), she'd be a fluffball again.
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Well, it seems that the big Poodles are the only ones that are doing this type of thing! But we did have a white standard Poodle here a few months ago that had a beautiful thick thick coat and a huge lions mane around her face. And she kept rolling in the leaves and sticks until she had to be cut to the skin so she wouldn't get so matted! This is why I have a teacup LOL!
Mary in Alabama
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Now that the big snow has melted, our yard, and everywhere else, is a muddy mess. Stella gets covered with mud every time we go out and really needs a bath. At least it's a long weekend, and a least she isn't white. What on earth do you parents of white poodles do?
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