Stormy Stewart Recipe

Doggy Dry shampoo

By Stormy Stewart karlyn255


Rating:
Serves:
1 dog
Comments:

for those horrible smells dogs seam to roll in as perfume, or a nice between bath shampoo to clean and make your pup smell wonderful.

My Raptor thinks Eric's compost tea is perfume. Leaving me to believe she must be a kin to a bat. Since his tea has mostly bat droppings

Ingredients

baking soda
dog brush

Directions Step-By-Step

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sprinkle baking soda onto your dog's coat; and rub it in with your hands. Then, follow up with a good brushing – it'll leave your dog's coat shiny, clean and odor-free
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Why This Works

Baking soda neutralizes odors, while its gritty texture grabs and removes stuck on dirt and oils.
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Benefits of Shampooing with Baking Soda

inexpensive
no harsh chemicals to irritate skin
fragrance-free
neutralizes odors, rather than covering them up
kills fleas naturally
Tips

1) Use to eliminate wet dog odors

2) Use for a quick freshening between baths

3) Mix baking soda with water to create a wet shampoo

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: For Pets
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, Healthy
Hashtags: #dog, #dry-shampoo

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7 Comments

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Stormy Stewart karlyn255
Sep 2, 2012
I tried the tomato juice thing once. my house smelled like wet dog, spoiled tomatoes and skunk. Adding Baking soda to the tomato juice works a little better. The best skunk remedy is no skunk.
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Joey Wolf 8of10
Sep 2, 2012
LOVE the picture of the beagle voicing his opinion. lol

Buddy-dawg will be trying this soon!

I've always heard of tomato jucie for that nasty skunk spray. My nephew swears by feminime hygine douche....although he does get funny looks when he goes to the $ Store and picks up a case of it. lol
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Stormy Stewart karlyn255
Sep 2, 2012
ah! I want a cat....my two died when 1ams cat food had a tainted batch, both died from kidney failure
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kathy king loveagoodrecipe
Sep 1, 2012
Thank you so much.Sorry to cause you extra work. It seems a sweet yellow cat has adopted me and my porch!
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Stormy Stewart karlyn255
Sep 1, 2012
Kathy I had to look that up and this is what I found
ehow.com/how_7678180_use-soda-rid-fl...

So yes you can