Doggy Dry shampoo

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Stormy Stewart Recipe
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Well Seasoned
Mio, MI (pop. 12,477)
karlyn255
Member Since Mar 2011
Stormy's notes for this recipe:
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
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Directions

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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

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user Stormy Stewart karlyn255 - Sep 1, 2012
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user kathy king loveagoodrecipe - Sep 1, 2012
Stormy,is this good for cats,too?..since they wash themselves all the time...thanks
user Stormy Stewart karlyn255 - Sep 1, 2012
Kathy I had to look that up and this is what I found
www.ehow.com/how_7678180_us...

So yes you can
user 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!
user 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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