3rd December 2019


How do I make dog shampoo with liquid Castile?

The Recipe. Use a funnel to pour 1/2 cup of liquid Castile soap into a small, lidded bottle. Add 1/4 cup of either white or apple cider vinegar, one tablespoon of vegetable glycerin or olive oil, and two tablespoons of water. You can add three or four drops of essential oils if you choose.

Accordingly, can I use Castile soap on my dog?

Washing the Dog with Dr. Bronner's. The castile soap works fabulously to remove the dirt, oils, and even pests on dogs. (We're not certified about the pest part, but it does work.) It is very gentle on sensitive skin and can help dogs who have itching issues.

What shampoo can I use on my dog?

This makes human shampoo too acidic for dogs. As mentioned, a one off bath with human shampoo won't do a world of harm, but can cause damage over time. Where possible, we recommend you use a shampoo without any added fragrances like chamomile, lavender, eucalyptus or citrus as these may sting or burn your dog's skin.

Is citric acid safe for my dog?

In petfood, citric acid is a common additive used mostly in the fat preservative (antioxidant) system. The least important of these issues is confusion between citric acid and ascorbic acid (also known as vitamin C), but the more insidious allegation implicates citric acid as a cause for “bloat” in dogs.
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