I have a 7 yr old Shi Tzu, regularly groom and treated like a child. I have notice that during the last few months the hair in the face is getting lite bronw from white, I first though it was the food she was eating and that I needed to clean her better between grooming visits, but I could not get it back to the clean white face she used to have, the groomer told me today that it's changing because of the sking is changing color in the face. I don't know if that is the case I have search for some info but could not fine any. Can any one tell me if this is the case or if I can get something to "bleach" the hair. Thanks Ed
There are products for getting white fur it's whitest like angel glow.. But talking about trying to bleach dog fur is not a good idea. Likely to harm your dog. If it really concerns you make a vet appointment just to make sure your pet is really alright.
Thanks, I am not really thinking of useing bleach thats just a term for what I wish I can do, today before she got groomed the vet did an wellness exam, and she got all of the vacines needed so she is healthy, but the groomer said thats just the way shi tzu are.
I had a pure white shih tzu that as he got older developed brown spots. He had terrible dry skin and would chew his rump almost raw... when the hair grew back it was brown. It's very possible that your dogs skin is changing and that's it's causing the change in color. Do you have pics?