DIY dog beauty: 5 pet shampoos you can make at home
Basic dog shampoo
Dish soap is meant to slice through grease on your dishes and pans. It can do the same for the grease that builds up on your dog’s coat and skin. Antibacterial white vinegar also has deodorant properties, and will leave your dog’s coat shiny and clean. Be sure not to get any vinegar in your dog’s eyes.
- 2 cups of warm water
- ¼ cup of dish soap
- ½ cup of white vinegar
Combine all ingredients in a spray bottle and shake to mix. Then wet your dog’s coat with warm water and spray with shampoo, avoiding his eyes. Work the shampoo into his coat, creating a thick lather. Rinse thoroughly and repeatedly, even if you think all signs of shampoo are gone. Then dry him off.