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if the urine and fecal matter is allowed to get into their eyes and noses, you could end up with a slew of upper respitory issues and eye infections.
Poor little pups. My goodness.
I'd say baby shampoo is your best bet. Johnson and Johnson makes an all natural foaming cleanser that's scentless and works *really* well and is non drying.
Please please be careful when you clean their faces. Do NOT use the same washcloth on their eyes that you do on the rest of them...not sure how you're going about cleaning them, exactly, whether you're going to submerse them in a bath or what's going on...
Why did you let the pups get so filthy in the first place? If you noticed the dam wasn't keeping them clean, why wait until they're covered in waste and other grossness?
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