What can I wash my itchy dog with


Hey guys, my name is Yan Smith from New Orleans , my dog is acting crazy, I think there is something wrong with his kin or something, I was wondering What can I wash my itchy dog with? I’m really lost I don’t know what to do. I’m not sure if it fleas or what. Can I use my body shampoo and give it a bath?

What can I wash my itchy dog with

Well, first of all don’t bath your dog using a human shampoo, even a baby shampoo is bad for your dog, these type of shampoos will dry out your dog’s skin which will cause skin irritation.

A  dog itchy skin is caused by ticks, fleas, lice, germs, bacteria’s or mites, my only solution for you is by using a shampoo called Adams flea and tick cleansing shampoo.

This shampoo is also what I use on my dogs to have a healthy clean skin, my dogs have never had an itchy skin since I started using this shampoo.

You can go to amazon to read reviews and hear what other dog owners who have used this shampoo have to say just to get an idea of what this shampoo can do for your dog.

I’m recommending this shampoo only because I’m sure it does kill ticks, fleas, lice, germs, bacteria’s, it what me and my wife use on the dogs.

You need to wash your dog at least once in three days to avoid itchy skin, don’t use any shampoo that was not made for dogs it will cause more damage.

Some people will tell you to wash your dog with Epson salt or sea water, well this will cause more pain. Will you bath yourself with Epson salt? I guess not. Then don’t use it on your dog, use a proper dog wash.

A lot of website will tell you about home remedies that you can use to get rid of the dog itchy skin like using vinegar, Epson salt, cooking oil. Well this is a craziest advice ever, why don’t you just buy a dog shampoo? Dog shampoos are very cheap these days.

You need to be very careful who you listen to online, why would you bath your dog using vinegar? Will you bath yourself using vinegar? I’m sure you won’t. Then why would you do that on a dog? Vinegar will cause more pains.

If you want to get rid of your dog itchy skin, kill ticks, fleas and lice, the only thing you need to do is to buy Adams flea and tick cleansing shampoo that is all.

You need to know that a dog itchy skin will be always caused by ticks, fleas, lice, germs and bacteria’s, the only thing your dog needs is a bath using a proper dog shampoo. Not vinegar or Epson salt.

What I mostly love about Adams flea and tick cleansing shampoo is that you can also use it on a cat if you have any, this will save you money since you won’t have to wash your cat using a different shampoo. Pet product are very expensive these days.

But dog skin may itch for different reasons, sometimes this is caused by washing your dog using a human body shampoo. If you have been washing your dog using your own shampoo then you need to stop.

Some people wash their dogs using baby shampoos thinking it safe, well it not, my brother was washing his dog using his hair shampoo… how crazy!!!

Some people go as far as using a car washing shampoo to wash their dogs….  It just shocking.

You need to love your dog like you love yourself, if you will never bath yourself using vinegar then definitely don’t do it on your dog.

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