If you’re thinking about dying your dog, then please, please reconsider. And definitely DO NOT use Bleach or box dyes, as they WILL irritate your dogs skin - and please, don’t use the Kool-aid trick, because the chemicals in that will cause your dogs fur to become sticky and uncomfortable, and your dog may not be able to tell you so.
Illegal to dye your dog's fur? - Puppy & Dog Forums
lovers will go to great lengths to get their pets into the festive spirit. If you're celebrating a special occasion or holiday with your pooch, you may want to consider its hair to add extra flair to the festivities. Your dog may look precious dyed pink or green. You can even use dye to draw pictures on your pooch. And there's no need to worry; professional groomers aver that dying your dog's fur with the proper dye causes no harm to your pet [source: ]. Read the steps listed below and learn about how you can dye your dog's hair.
Why You Should Not Dye Your Dog's Fur?
She also learned she might not recognize Coco, as her fur was dyed black. Riverside County Field & Shelter Deputy Director Frank Corvino commented “We believe it was an act of deception. The dye job is not very good. But it would work if someone's looking for their missing, reddish-brown dog.”
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Dyeing your dog can be safe and cause no harm if done right. For starters, your dog is not a good candidate for dyeing if they hate being bathed. Dogs that are groomed regularly are usually quite used to being bathed and it causes no unusual distress in them. If you are going to dye your dog’s fur, it is important to use the right dye. Human dyes are not meant for ingestion and are very toxic. Always remember that anything you put your dog is likely to be consumed when they lick their fur. Also, their fur tends to cover their whole body, making skin exposure to the dye significantly higher than it is when you dye your own hair.As with any hair dyes, animal fur color dyes contain toxic chemicals. Your animal will experience irritation if get contact with their eyes or mouth. If this happens, you need to flush the dye with a large amount of water for 15 minutes. If irritation persists, you will need to contact a veterinarian.
The dyes may cause allergic reaction, severe itching and pain. If your dog has sensitive, irritated or damaged skin, definitely avoiding using dyes.