How to Make Dog Shampoo

With easy to follow steps you can make dog shampoo at home with more ease, than you can imagine! A large percentage of pet owners are unacquainted with the know-how on making it at home. It is not that they are ignorant, but they don’t know the immense benefits of knowing how to make it at home. Besides the fact that it offers you the opportunity to reduce the amount of money that you spend on your pet on monthly basis, but it also adds you more skills on how you should take care of your lovely German Shepherd Dog.

The underlying principle behind every dog shampoo is to make sure it is able to eliminate bad smell from your dog, give a clean luster to the hair and to a large extend eliminate stains of a wide range. The major reason that most pet owners feel the need to purchase a pet shampoo is the ability of the commercial shampoo to eliminate the skin parasites. So does that make the commercial pet shampoo superior to the homemade shampoos? Utterly NO! as you will find out here.

The best homemade shampoos are made of simple procedure and ordinary available ingredients at home. Ingredients and directions for homemade dog shampoo. The availability of most of these dog shampoo ingredients makes it the ideal way of salvaging a situation where you do not have a shampoo for any reason.

The ingredients of the shampoo include one cup of white vinegar what is commonly referred to as apple cider vinegar, half a liter of anti bacteria soap, water in similar proportions and quarter a liter of glycerin.

The procedure is simple: add the water in the mixing bowl is added vinegar, antibacterial soap and glycerin and the mixer is turn on. You can make a better mixture where you use a centrifuge.

The homemade pet shampoo is now ready to be used to clean your pet. The parasites killing effect of the homemade pet shampoo is analogous to the commercial ones. The only difference could be in the potency and the residual activity.

You will be surprised to see how effective the homemade dog shampoo can be in cleaning your lovely dog. On the other hand this does not mean you should skeptical about the purchase of shampoo.

I would like to highlight the pros and the cons of the commercial dog shampoos. This will be a topic for the next Ezine. Engage me in any questions that may arise regarding this topic.