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What type of shampoo does your dogs used?
05-14-2015, 01:54 PM,
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Ho do your dogs take a bath? What kind of shampoo are you using to help fur more smooth?
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06-04-2015, 02:53 PM,
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RE: What type of shampoo does your dogs used?
I use either baby shampoo or flea medicated shampoo depending on the need. Often I will follow up with my own olive oil conditioner to make them all silky and smell good. Wink
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06-11-2015, 05:03 PM,
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RE: What type of shampoo does your dogs used?
Just like Humans, Pets also need a Bath but no so frequently. If your dog spends most of his time outside of home, then you should bath your dog frequently. You should always wash your dog with the flea shampoos because flea is worst enemy of your dog’s coat. You can also apply conditioner after applying shampoo.
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06-12-2015, 01:31 AM,
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I prefer flea shampoo for my doggy and if getting short with it, baby shampoo is preferred.
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06-25-2015, 01:42 AM,
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RE: What type of shampoo does your dogs used?
We are another on the human shampoo, and not that often. Just like human hair, it is really not that good for them to be washed often. Their hair is amazingly good at looking after itself if it is given the chance and I certainly would not use conditioner on any animal especially one that licks its fur because conditioner is designed to be left on hair after it is rinsed out and the last thing you really want is your pet then licking and licking at its fur. I have no idea if they can lick the remaining conditioner off, but the very idea fills me with horror at the thought of the chemicals they could end up consuming as a result, so I would rather leave the fur to sort itself out and condition itself. Shampoo is designed to be rinsed off completely (to the best of my knowledge and obviously excluding the 2-in-1's)
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06-26-2015, 06:26 AM,
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RE: What type of shampoo does your dogs used?
I use Dawn dish soap to clean my dogs. It's safe for animals and the most effective "flea shampoo" I've found!

It's good for fleas and general cleanliness, but I also supplement my Samoyed with those skin and coat treats. I have to get more, and can't remember the brand, but I buy the stuff that comes in little brown bags. The treats themselves are small and bone-shaped, and they have a very rich smell. Charlotte gets two a day and I don't understand how it works, but after not taking for awhile it only takes two weeks of two-treats a day to see a noticeable difference in her coat! Her fur looks cleaner and shinier, there's less build up of skin oils, and her over coat is much softer.
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06-26-2015, 06:33 AM,
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RE: What type of shampoo does your dogs used?
(06-26-2015, 06:26 AM)Nieris Wrote: I use Dawn dish soap to clean my dogs. It's safe for animals and the most effective "flea shampoo" I've found!

It's good for fleas and general cleanliness, but I also supplement my Samoyed with those skin and coat treats. I have to get more, and can't remember the brand, but I buy the stuff that comes in little brown bags. The treats themselves are small and bone-shaped, and they have a very rich smell. Charlotte gets two a day and I don't understand how it works, but after not taking for awhile it only takes two weeks of two-treats a day to see a noticeable difference in her coat! Her fur looks cleaner and shinier, there's less build up of skin oils, and her over coat is much softer.

We've used Dawn before as a flea bath and it worked amazingly! With many of the flea medicated shampoos being so harsh we didn't want to use them on our young puppy or kitten when we first got them so this was our alternative.
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06-26-2015, 06:47 AM,
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RE: What type of shampoo does your dogs used?
(06-26-2015, 06:33 AM)SarahWorksAtHome Wrote: With many of the flea medicated shampoos being so harsh we didn't want to use them on our young puppy or kitten when we first got them so this was our alternative.

That's how I found out about it! My 2nd dog was a rescue and when I brought her home, I had to figure out how to give a flea bath to 6 week old puppy. Our vet recommended Dawn and it's been my go-to shampoo ever since!
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06-26-2015, 07:03 AM,
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RE: What type of shampoo does your dogs used?
(06-26-2015, 06:47 AM)Nieris Wrote: That's how I found out about it! My 2nd dog was a rescue and when I brought her home, I had to figure out how to give a flea bath to 6 week old puppy. Our vet recommended Dawn and it's been my go-to shampoo ever since!


A couple years ago I saw a commercial on tv. It was back when there were some awful oil spill issues going on around the US.
Dawn was being used to clean the oil off of the animals that had been victim of it all and hence, basically saving their little lives. That's what made me try it first realizing if it was safe enough to clean the plates we eat off of it had to be safe to wash them with. Then I later found out from a vet tech friend of mine that it was great for fleas.
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