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DIY Non Toxic All Natural Homemade Dog Shampoo

This DIY Homemade Dog Shampoo is made is non-toxic, and is super easy to make in minutes at home. It’ll leave your pup looking and smelling fresh and clean!

 

DIY All Natural Non-Toxic Homemade Dog Shampoo

 

Supplies Needed:

Funnel

Pourable Container

Spray Bottle (at least 8 ounces)

Burt’s Bees Scent Free Baby Shampoo

Lavender Essential Oil

8 Ounces Warm Water

 


 

Non-Toxic Homemade Dog Shampoo

I like to prepare this shampoo in two ways: a spray and a traditional thicker shampoo. It’s nice to have the spray handy if you want to do a quick rinse outside with the hose but I prefer a thicker version when we wash our pups for a good scrub down in the tub!

 

 

You might also like to try my Homemade Dog Wipes

for quick cleaning of messy paws and puppy faces!

 

Directions for the Spray on Shampoo (quick rinse):

 

In your container, combine the water, 1 Tablespoon baby shampoo, and 3 drops of the essential oil.

Mix well.

 

Making Homemade Dog Shampoo

 

Place the funnel in the top of your spray bottle and pour the contents into the spray bottle.

 

Making Homemade Dog Shampoo Spray

 

Be sure to shake the bottle before each use. Best used right after it’s made.

Great for doing a quick bath where you don’t want to get the dog too sudsy.

It will take away the stink and is great for only a quick rinse.

 

DIY Homemade Dog Shampoo Spray

 

Directions for Normal Shampoo:

Pour your Burt’s Bees shampoo (entire bottle) into the pourable container.

Place around 15 drops lavender essential oil in the container as well. If you want something stronger scented, use peppermint but only do about 10 drops if using the peppermint.

If you would like to combine scents, be aware if you are using any hot oils. Hot oils you will want to use less of. Hot oils shouldn’t exceed 10 drops per bottle of shampoo whether you’re combining or not.

Other oils, use 15 drops (that should be the total drops of all oils used when added together).

Mix with a spoon, gently.

You can attempt to use your funnel at this point but I have found it’s easiest to simply pour it back into the bottle straight from the container.

Just be sure to hold it above the container so the stream of shampoo is small enough to fit in the top of the bottle nicely!

 

Homemade Dog Shampoo
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Prep Time
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Total Time
5 min
Prep Time
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Total Time
5 min
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Serving Size
227g
Amount Per Serving
Calories 0
Calories from Fat 0
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 0g
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Saturated Fat 0g
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Trans Fat 0g
Polyunsaturated Fat 0g
Monounsaturated Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg
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Sodium 9mg
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Total Carbohydrates 0g
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Dietary Fiber 0g
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Sugars 0g
Protein 0g
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Calcium
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Ingredients
  1. Funnel
  2. Pourable Container
  3. Spray Bottle (at least 8 ounces)
  4. Burt’s Bees Scent Free Baby Shampoo
  5. Lavender Essential Oil
  6. 8 Ounces Warm Water
Directions for the Spray on Shampoo (quick rinse)
  1. In your container, combine the water, 1 Tablespoon baby shampoo, and 3 drops of the essential oil. Mix well.
  2. Place the funnel in the top of your spray bottle and pour the contents into the spray bottle.
  3. Be sure to shake the bottle before each use.
Directions for Normal Shampoo
  1. Pour your Burt’s Bees shampoo (entire bottle) into the pourable container.
  2. Place around 15 drops lavender essential oil in the container as well.
  3. Mix with a spoon, gently.
  4. Pour back into storage container.
Notes
  1. If you want something stronger scented, use peppermint but only do about 10 drops if using the peppermint. If you would like to combine scents, be aware if you are using any hot oils. Hot oils you will want to use less of. Hot oils shouldn’t exceed 10 drops per bottle of shampoo whether you’re combining or not. Other oils, use 15 drops (that should be the total drops of all oils used when added together).
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