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Am. Cdn. Ch. Kiji Hey Cinderella Wildheart, owned by Donna Cullen and bred by Jayne Lapointe

Banding a dogs' top knot is a personal choice, but it appears to save coat in the long run, and be more comfortable for the dog.

Solo with his hair up


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Top Knot Guide

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A luxurious blend of essential and carrier oils from plants, flowers and nuts which frees the hair of build up and toxins from the elements. Nourishing carrier oils such as sweet almond, extra virgin olive oil and carrot oil provide deep penetrating long lasting moisture that in turn strengthens and repair the hair shaft. Lavender and tea tree oil soothes and clarifies the hair shaft balancing out the hairs porosity level leaving the ends healthy and re-moisturized. 

Essential Oil Formula

  • 1 cup almond oil

  • 1 tablespoon wheat germ oil

  • 1 tablespoon olive oil

  • 5 drops of evening primrose

  • 5 drops of carrot seed oil

  • 5 drops jojoba oil

  • 10 drops orange oil

  • 11 drops grapefruit oil

  • 10 drops of lavender oil

  • 5 drops tea tree oil

For All Skin Types 

Purpose: to deeply condition, soothe & reduce skin irritation, repel insects, strengthen hair and add volume and shine. 

Remember to do a patch test

Combine all ingredients in a measuring cup then pour into the bottle of your choice and shake well. 

Directions: Apply the Pre Conditioner to dry hair by placing in the palm of your hands and rub together. Massage in thoroughly all over until hair is saturated. 

* * IMPORTANT NOTE: Oil and water DO NOT mix - always apply to DRY hair 

BEFORE WETTING HAIR, apply a generous amount of shampoo and massage on the hair for two to three minutes. Use a small amount of warm water to lather. 
Rinse thoroughly with warm water. Repeat with a light shampoo if coat does not feel squeaky clean. 
Discard after 5-7 days or if smells bad
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