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Homemade Natural Dog Shampoo for Sensitive Skin

Discussion in 'Do-It-Yourself' started by Vicki, Jan 28, 2013.

  1. Vicki

    Vicki Administrator Administrator

    From: http://www.facebook.com/ConfessionsOfCraftyWitches

    Homemade Natural Dog Shampoo for Sensitive Skin :) ~Frisky

    1 cup Oatmeal Water (directions below)
    1 cup Apple Cider Vinegar
    1 cup Castile Soap (I used Dr. Bronners lavender scent because I love the smell, and fleas don't)

    To make oatmeal water, put 1 cup rolled oats (old fashioned or quick cook) in a bowl and add about a cup and a third water. Let this sit at least 8 hours, overnight is what I did. Strain the water from the oatmeal, you can use a coffee filter, tea strainer, cheese cloth,whatever you have that'll get the job done.

    I strained directly into my storage container, which is a 33 oz. seltzer water bottle. Add your cup of vinegar and soap to the water, cap it and shake well, and you're good to go!

    It really does work wonderfully. Just a few tips: It's not a high suds soap, but a little does go a long way. I also choose to store mine in the fridge, I don't know if this is exactly necessary, but I know it can't hurt. And give it a good shake before use, the ingredients will separate over time.
     
  2. AmberH

    AmberH Good Dog Premium Member

    Clever! I might just try this.
     

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