Does it Work? Doggie Wipes
Lisa Aguiar is in the business of dogs. This "heaven scent" groomer knows how to get your pooch looking and smelling his best.
Lisa Aguiar/Heaven Scent Dog Grooming "This would come in handy when your dog is a dog that likes to go out and get dirty."
Lisa says she's actually used a similar product on dogs in her shop when their owners don't want them bathed.
Lisa Aguiar "You just need to freshen them up. It looks actually like its all natural ingredients."
Lisa says based on their ingredients, these wipes shouldn't cause any adverse reactions. She decides to put them to the test on "Morgan."
Lisa Aguiar "Okay Morgan. We'll see what we get off for dirt because he is - he's due for a grooming actually."
Lisa wipes Morgan's fur...and definitely pulls off some dirt. She likes the wipes for surface cleaning, but says they're not a bath substitute.
Lisa Aguiar "You know like a baby using baby wipes, would you give your baby a bath with baby wipes all the time? no!"
Now its on to the paw wipes.
Lisa Aguiar "Gently wipe your dogs paws after every walk to keep your home free of germs."
A quick read of the directions and Morgan is up again. Lisa wipes his paws and shows us the blackened wipe. Evidence of dirt and germs that would normally end up on your floor, your furniture, even your toddler's hands.
Lisa Aguiar "That's the dirt, there's a lot of dirt. I would say they're good, they're definitely good."
Lisa liked these wipes, especially the heavy-duty bath-to-bath mitts. But, she points out, since they have the same ingredients, the paw-wipes at 40-count for five dollars are a better buy than the bath mitts...you only get six of those for five dollars. While Lisa doesn't believe these are a bath substitute, she gives the doggie wipes a perfect 12 for a quick wipe-down.