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Natural Dog Shampoo Making Waves in the Animal and Human World

Bernadette Guadiz
 


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Because of the wide campaign for environmental awareness, a lot of people are going back to basics when it comes to the products used at home. Did you know that about 30% of the harmful environmental pollutants come from chemically prepared and unnatural products we use? It's not yet too late, we can still turn things around. All of us can contribute in helping our environment, starting with the household products we often use such as dog shampoos.

I bet you didn't know that the chemicals present in synthetic commercial dog shampoos gravely affect the environment. The toxins present in these products kill a lot of aquatic animals each day because it is non-biodegradable. The end result would be ecological imbalance which will increase the presence of pesky insects, bugs, and other pests. A natural dog shampoo is only made with natural ingredients that are biodegradable. This means that it doesn't pose a threat to the environment as well as other living things.

Chemicals used in commercial dog shampoos often cause irritation on dogs’ skin because they do not have the right PH balance. Natural dog shampoos are carefully formulated to match the natural skin PH of dogs, especially those that have sensitive skin. You can count on these products to provide your pet with the same cleansing power without the skin irritations and allergies caused by chemicals.

Have you ever experienced walking into a grocery filled with several dog shampoos but you find yourself unsure what to buy? This is probably because commercial shampoos have a lot of variety. You have to consider your dog's age, breed, fur type, size, and your budget before buying the right dog shampoo. But even so, the chemically prepared commercial products will just harm your dog's skin. Natural shampoos for dogs are easier to purchase because you only have to determine the skin type of your dog, whether it has a normal, oily, or dry skin type.

In addition, manufacturers of synthetic dog shampoos incur more expenses as compared to natural shampoo makers. That's one reason why dog shampoos made from natural ingredients are cheaper than the commercial shampoos you typically find in groceries.

A lot of organizations dedicated to animal welfare and pet owners agree that natural dog shampoos are the best products for use on their pets. By utilizing the cleansing power of natural ingredients, you are not only helping the environment recover from manmade pollutants but also provide your pets with the best hygiene care they deserve.

Bernadette Guadiz is an expert writer that has been in the online writing industry for several years. She specializes in SEO and keyword-rich articles for website content, blogs, and even forum postings. Should you wish to hire her services, you can contact her through her email bernadetteguadiz@yahoo.com

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