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  • Wendy Benson

    another pinner said; Natural Dog Shampoo - Flea Removal. This is AMAZING, before I could even completely lather the dogs up with this the fleas were falling off the dogs dying. ~ 1 cup liquid dish soap (I used Dawn for sensitive skin) 1 cup white vinegar 1 quart warm water ~ Use like regular dog shampoo.. Leave on for 5 minutes..Rinse

  • Pat Peg

    Dog Flea Removal: 1 cup liquid dish soap (I used Dawn for sensitive skin) 1 cup white vinegar 1 quart warm water Directions:1Mix the three ingredients in a large bowl and then transfer to a leftover squeeze bottle (like an old shampoo bottle). Give it a little shake to make sure it is mixed. 2 Apply to your doggy just as you would normal shampoo. It is best if you can massage it into the fur and let sit for 5 minutes. Rinse throughly & dry dog.

  • Tally's Treats

    Homemade flea shampoo tip: Combine 1 cup Dawn dish soap with 1 cup distilled white vinegar and 1 quart warm water. Massage into skin and let sit for 5 minutes before rinsing clean.

  • Gillian Sutton

    Natural Flea Killer - Dawn dish soap, white vinegar, & water

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Mix one cup liquid dish soap, one cup white vinegar, and one quart of warm water in a large bowl. Transfer the mix into a squeeze bottle (like an old shampoo or body wash bottle). Shake before using. Wash your dog with mix as you normally would. Try to allow the mixture to sit for about five minutes before rinsing out.

Natural Dog Shampoo - Flea Removal. Photo by Debbwl.... I am going to try this sometime today! Bear and the new pups got fleas. I will post if it works

Flea Removal. This is AMAZING, before I could even completely lather the dogs up with this the fleas were falling off the dogs dying..

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get dog pee smell out of your carpet with vinegar, baking soda, dish washing liquid, and peroxide

"For a dog who loves to tear apart stuffed animals, make a durable activity ball with a Hol-ee rubber ball, scraps of fabric, and treats. When they pull all the fabric out, stuff it back in and start over :)" and we already have the ball! Cool!