Dr Dee’s Detox Bath Recipe

Detox Bath recipe next to yellow lab dog

It’s detox bath time.

Your dog is exposed to all kinds of toxins in his environment – both inside and outside. And her body takes those toxins in in a variety of ways. One of those ways? The skin …

… and that’s why a detox bath is always a good idea.

Dr Dee’s Detox Bath

Step #1

Set your intensions. This bath isn’t just to clean the hair but to open the pores and gently release toxins.

Step #2

Prepare the rinse. Mix:

  • 1/4 cup organic, raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar
  • 1 gallon warm filters water.

Double or triple the recipe for large or giant breed dogs.

Set it aside

Step #3

Use a coconut based shampoo or an organic, neutral shampoo with no scent. In a separate bottle, mix shampoo 5-/50 with water to make it easier to spread out, lather and rinse.

Step #4

Thoroughly wet your dog and massage in the shampoo.

Remember, this isn’t a car wash! Enjoy the moment with your dog and make sure to lather up everywhere.

Step #5

Rinse your dog thoroughly.

Step #6

Gently pour the apple cider vinegar rinse (avoiding eyes, ears and nose), massaging it all over the body and legs. Do NOt rinse it off.

Towel dry.

Warning … she may smell a little like salad dressing until she dries.

[Related] There are other ways to detox those daily toxins from your dog’s body. Find them here.

Detox Bath recipe next to yellow lab dog

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