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lolseh

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I gave Misty a bath today and I can't get the pee stains off him
H'es had them since we got him but everytime I bath him they won't move
Is there anything that I can use to take them away?
 

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Poor love. I guess he's got a white coat. Rocky has this a bit with the white fur under his chest (when he sits in it) but I find baths get rid of it. Sorry I can't help any more. I'm sure someone else will though!
 

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Ok
Thanks
Ye he sits in his tent and pees in it but he doesn't bother to move
 

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Might be worth e-mailing Chriisie at Gorgeous Guineas (www.gorgeousguineas.com) as I believe she does make things up as a special request so maybe she will know just the thing to get out the stains safely for your piggy. :)
 
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DebbieR

My George does this. He's a lazy dirty boy who just pees where he sits and doesn't move. He has a white coat that is stained yellow at the back ::)

Every 3rd day I wash his bum in a weak solution of baby bath and warm water, dry him and then slather the bits that get wet with vaseline to protect his skin. before I started doing this his skin was so bad it would come off in lumps. Since I've been doing this there has been no problems at all.
 

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Icey and Tiny are also white piggies and get the underside stained, a gentle wash every other day gets them white again!
 
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