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Date Posted: 14:50:13 09/19/06 Tue
Author: Lynn McKinney
Subject: Great stuff!
In reply to: H.marie 's message, "Mane length" on 14:14:58 09/19/06 Tue

I use it weekly in the summer months. I don't believe that it actually "makes their hair grow" but I think it really prevents any sort of itching which in turn keeps the hair from getting ripped or rubbed out etc. So in the end you do have a thicker longer mane!


>Joep's still young, so it sounds like his mane is in
>the right place, to me. It may get to wear you want it
>in time. He's still growing!

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