Shampoo recipe for smaller dog or puppies:

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A Variety of Shampoos and Coat Products
Every dog deserves to be pampered, so you'll find plenty of choices in our line of spa products for pets. Each shampoo is formulated specifically for your dog's individual needs. Take our Comfy Dog Oatmeal Shampoo, for instance. Dogs with dry, itchy skin will experience instant relief from this dog shampoo containing colloidal oatmeal approved by the FDA to treat insect bites, dry skin, and itchy skin due to allergies.

If a shiny, irresistible coat is what you want from a dog shampoo, happytails Sparkle and Shine Brightening Shampoo is perfect for your dog. Flax seed and honey work together to restore the silky texture of your dog's hair, while special brighteners bring out the natural beauty of your dog's coat. This natural shampoo works especially well on dogs with light colored or white hair.

These are just a few of our shampoo selections for your furry friend. Browse our selection for the one that's best for your dog!

Safe and Effective
All of our spa products are gentle enough for even the smallest puppy and are tear-free to help make bath time a special bonding time between you and your dog. With more and more harsh chemicals being added into grooming products, dogs and owners alike will be ecstatic at how effective happytails shampoos are.
In addition to looking clean, all shampoos provide a long lasting scent that will make cuddling time that much more fun! Our dog conditioner, for use after bathing, will add to the pleasant scent while calming your dog.

Take a Look
Here at happytails, we invite you to browse through our large selection of spa products for dogs to find the product that is perfectly formulated for your best friend. After you find that special shampoo, don't forget to take full advantage of our other grooming and dental care products for dogs!
Homemade Doggie Shampoo! :) I tried this and it WORKS! Kills those fleas instantly!
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Boasting all-natural ingredients, a range of scents (mango, green tea, vanilla & almond) and plenty of cleaning power, Earthbath products are popular for a reason. Considered one of the best dog shampoos on the market, this formula is gentle on canine skin and packed with vitamins but no irritating soap. Plus, the added oatmeal and aloe vera keep your pup moisturized and comfy. Homemade dog shampoo: Apple cider vinegar, dish soap, and glycerin! Cheap, easy, and non-toxic
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Photo provided by FlickrHomemade Doggie Shampoo! :) I tried this and it WORKS! Kills those fleas instantly!
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Making your own homemade dog shampoo takes only a few minutes, requires the ingredients every household has and can save you loads of money while keeping your pooch clean and smelling fresh.However, while white vinegar is quite a helpful ingredient in your dog shampoo, make sure it does not end up in your pooch’s eyes, since it is mildly acidic and will burn his puppy eyes.White vinegar is an excellent addition to your homemade dog shampoo since it has antibacterial, as well as deodorant properties. Along with the dish detergent, vinegar will also contribute to your pet’s coat looking shiny and healthy.Wet your dog’s coat with warm water and then spray your dog with the homemade shampoo mixture all over his body and use your fingers to create a thick lather. Work the shampoo gently into his skin in order to clean it thoroughly.


So over the weekend it was time for our dog to get his bath. Usually my husband is in charge of this process but I happened to be in the bathroom and I was looking at the shampoo he picked up awhile back at the pet store and I was like what?!So I did some research and found an all natural dog shampoo that worked really well for our very beloved doggie. Please note you have to be really careful with making homemade shampoo for your pet and what works for a dog, won’t necessarily work for a cat.