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Old 02-17-2013, 12:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does any one use any homemade all natural dog shampoo. I use a baking soda wash and vinegar rinse on my own hair and was wondering if it would work for my puppy
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Old 02-17-2013, 03:44 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I don't know, but was wondering the same. My daughter makes homemade soap from a base of Castille liquid soap, olive oil & a small amount of coconut oil. It doesn't lather, but it seems to have calmed my yorkies itchies. I've only used it twice, but so far I'm impressed.
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Does any one use any homemade all natural dog shampoo. I use a baking soda wash and vinegar rinse on my own hair and was wondering if it would work for my puppy

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I posted that I found a recipe that might be the one you use Lydia. Recipe for a Natural Dog Shampoo That Won't Strip Natural Oils - Pets

Is this the one you use?
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Thanks, I have online several similar to this one so I think I will try this next bath, with a oatmeal rinse I found
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Donna, I think that one is similar. I'm not sure of the amounts used, my daughter makes it, but I don't think she uses the vinegar and because of our allergy issues, no essential oils. Bayleigh is still smelling good 4 days after her bath, and itching seems to be less.
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