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Dog Shampoo 1 Published: Apr 13, 2024 This post may contain affiliate links. Please read our disclosure policy. This 3 ingredients homemade Dog Shampoo recipe is SO easy to make, cleans even the dirtiest of dogs, and best of all, kills fleas. Now that spring is approaching, we’ve had some spring showers that have left our dogs (and our house) a bit smelly at times. Our little white fluffy dog, Lola, smells and feels so good after her bath:) Dog Shampoo I love an inexpensive homemade alternative to products that we use regularly. Store-bought dog shampoos can be very pricey and a dog bath costs at least $20 at our local groomer. This homemade shampoo recipe will only cost a few dollars to make! Pin this now to save it for later Pin It Now Ingredients: – Dawn is recommended because it works best for killing fleas where other brands may not, and it’s the safest for your pet. Dawn Dish Soap – If your dog has a strong odor, rinse him with white vinegar to remove the stink. White vinegar Water – Squirt bottle found here Please Note Do not use it on dogs with known skin problems; avoid getting it into their eyes and mouths. The first time you use this homemade shampoo for dogs, always watch your dog closely afterward to ensure it is a good fit for his skin. Making your own dog shampoo is a pretty simple process. Often, you will already have the ingredients on hand. We love making things for our furry friends, like these ! homemade dog treats More Dog Recipes Homemade Dog Shampoo Recipe Homemade Dog Shampoo Ingredients Dawn Dish Soap White Vinegar Water Instructions Using a clear squirt bottle ( ), add equal parts of vinegar, dish soap, and water depending on the size of your container. found here Prepare a warm bath for your dog. Let the dog soak so that all of his/her hair is completely wet. Apply the shampoo and lather the dog. Be careful to avoid getting the shampoo in their eyes or mouth. Scrub well where fleas are hiding. When you see dead fleas in the water, it’s time to rinse the soap out. Repeat the washing and rinsing process until you see no more fleas in the tub when you rinse, paying close attention to their head because fleas will try to escape there.