Substitutes For Dog Shampoo To Avoid Dirty Smell From Your Pet

Does your dog smell bad even after recently given him bath? If so, this can be really frustrating for any pet owner.

However, it is not good for your dog to take bath too often and it is very important that your pet should be bathed only once in a month.

So, how do you overcome this problem of bad smell in your dog? There are quite few dog shampoo substitutes that can really help your dog to smell good without causing any harm to their skin. Here are some of those.

Baking soda

This is one of the best substitutes for dog shampoo. You can try baking soda between your dog baths into their fur and down to the skin to avoid bad smell. Brush the fur coat of your pet dog well with baking soda; you can surprisingly notice the difference. But, beware not to use too much. Consistent amounts can give wonderful results.

Rolled oats

If you don’t want to use baking soda or if it is not in your hand, grind ground oats in a blender till they turn into fine powder. Use this powder for your pet dog bath. You can tolerate your dog around you for more than 2 weeks after the bath.

Deodorants

Doggy deodorants are specially manufactured by many dog suppliers. So, even though it doesn’t clean the fur, it can serve as good substitute for dog shampoo. So, you can use them in between baths.

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