This easy to make DIY dog shampoo is a lovely, deep cleansing shampoo that contains ingredients that you will already have at home. It is also a great flea shampoo!
DIY Dog Shampoo
This easy to make dog shampoo recipe contains three ingredients, which are staple items that you will already have. It only takes 5 minutes to make!
To make this shampoo, you will need:
- Container Bottle With Top
- 1 Cup Water
- 1/4 Cup Dawn Dish Liquid (Original Scent)
- 1/4 Cup Apple Cider Vinegar or white vinegar
Add water and dawn and vinegar to a container, using the funnel.
Place the lid on the bottle.
Shake vigorously until everything is fully mixed.
How To Use Dog Shampoo
Wet dog with water.
Apply a generous amount of dog shampoo and gently work into their coat with your fingers.
Allow to sit for two to five minutes. This gives it time to work on the fleas.
Then rinse thoroughly, making sure to get it all off their coat as you don’t want them to accidentally ingesting some of it that was left on their fur.
Repeat as needed.
- Detergent can dry out skin, so it is not advised to use this shampoo regularly on your pet.
- If your pet has a skin infection, avoid using this shampoo.
- Apply to a small area and check for any reactions before proceeding to fully wash your pet. Remove immediately if needed.
- Seek veterinarian advice if you are concerned about your pet, their skin and for flea infestations.
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DIY Dog Shampoo
- Bottle with Top
- 1 cup water
- 1/4 cup Dawn Dishwashing Liquid, Original Scent
- 1/4 cup Apple Cider Vinegar, or white vinegar
- Place water and dawn and vinegar to a container bottle, using the funnel.
- Place the lid on the bottle.
- Shake vigorously until everything is fully mixed.
- To Use: Wet your dog with water.
- Apply a generous amount of dog shampoo and gently work into their coat with your fingers.
- Allow to sit for two to five minutes. This gives it time to work on the fleas.
- Then rinse thoroughly, making sure to get it all off their coat as you don't want them to accidentally ingesting some of it that was left on their fur. Repeat as needed.
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