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Q. Are cottonelle moist wipes (designed for humans) safe to use on puppy's fur?

Answered By
JESSICA L DESROSIERS

A. While ingredients of this product are not easy to find, it seems that if the product is safe to use on humans for wiping, it should be OK for use externally to clean off dirt or debris on the fur.

It is best to try a small area of skin to try the product on first, and then watch for any reactions. Signs of adverse reaction include itching, redness, rash or irritation at the site used. If any irritation is seen, use should be discontinued. If no irritation is seen, it should be OK to use the wipes on a larger part of the body.


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