Can you bath a chihuahua with human shampoo?
Unless the dog has fleas and you need a shampoo that'll kill them, human shampoo should work just fine on your dog.
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It may be due to being cold as Chihuahuas come from hot countries. Has he/she had a bath? If the shampoo isn't washed off properly it can cause it to shake as the shampoo absorbs into the skin and poisons the dog.
Well if the dog is small like a chihuahua you might put them in a sink and you know use dog shampoo. But if the dog is big you put it in the bathtub and ya use the dog shampoo
Yes just use gentle baby shampoo so it doesn't hurt their eyes.
yes i did before and nothing happened as long as the dog dosent eat it
When bathing your guinea pig, you should be careful to always use the proper animal shampoo from a vet or pet store. Human shampoo can be harmful to the animal.
No, I'm pretty sure it isn't.
It is recommended that you use Cat Shampoo instead of human shampoo when bathing your rabbits. You can't give a bunny a bath with shampoo made for people because rabbits lick their fur, so they will consume the shampoo residue and be poisoned by it. It might also cause skin irritation. Only use shampoo made for cats, because cats lick their fur, too. Don't use dog shampoo, either, for the same reason you should not… Read More
well, during the summer when our horses are dirty we take special brishes with a tube of shampoo hooked to the end of the and literally bath them. ( human shampoo) or ( baby shampoo if your afraid its gonna get in its eyes). Once you have scrubbed them with shampoo , use a water hose to rinse them off.
Yes, but dog shampoo is gentler then human shampoo. If you were to use a human shampoo, use baby shampoo so his or her eyes won't water.
You don't want to give your bunny a bath.
I would recommend using a richer dog food, I also have a chihuahua that sheds a lot. She only sheds during during the summer(when it is humid) and I use human shampoo called "Head and Shoulders" for dandruff and hair loss, it works quite well. Good Luck!! :)
No but if you buy colorful bath bubbles it may change the water.
1st put some bubble bath shampoo in then put a bath bomb in there to make it dissolve
You can gave him a bath when he is 12 weeks old and use puppy shampoo only.
Generally speaking, you shouldn't bathe your rabbit. Rabbits are pretty diligent about cleaning themselves. You can seriously hurt your rabbit if you give it a bath. If your rabbit is dirty, you should go to a vet and find out why. If you have to clean your rabbit, a bath with shampoo is the very last option you should consider. See the related question below for more information. If you need to shampoo your rabbit… Read More
yes you can use human shampoo on a horse's mane and tail. I use human shampoo on my horses it is WAY better than horse shampoo!
do not bath your guinea pigs ever! only bath them with special washing shampoo from wilkinsons, even if you get that its only if your guinea pigs are really dirty. It will have writing on the back to read or get special shampoo from ebay or a pets shop.
No. Human shampoo works on removing oil. Small pet shampoo will work as will cat shampoo. Dog shampoo is also too harsh.
Well you dont need special shampoo but use any shampoo that is non tear shampoo it works best.
You could probably bathe them with a very mild baby shampoo, but using puppy shampoo or shampoo made for small animals is your best bet.
A rabbit cleans itself. If you try to give it a bath it will go into shock. Do not give it a bath!
you have to use the shampoo a lot to let the game know you like to give your dog a bath.
It's best to use baby shampoo or a dog shampoo. Palmolive is to strong.
You really don't want to give your hamster a bath. It can make them very sick and kill them. The only time it is really neccisary. If they get something in there fur, most of the time they can get it out themself. Hamsters bathe themselves. But, if its needed use a mild baby shampoo.
when it needs one
I would say about every month
No, but it might give you a few good scratches. I have bathed cats before but usually it is not necessary, because cats are very clean animals usually and will lick themselves clean. But if the cat has gotten in grease or some other substance that could harm it, it will need a bath. Use warm (NOT hot or cold) water and a mild soap such as a cat shampoo or baby shampoo. Do not… Read More
you bath a kitten just like you bath a baby you just need cat shampoo.
yes but use baby shampoo and be very gentle around face.
Dog shampoo is best, but a gentle human shampoo or a TINY bit of say, dawn, does the trick Use dog shampoo. Human shampoo is too high in the pH and will cause dryness.
I prefer to use a special shampoo for small animals think it is by Johnson and Johnson the one i use it is very mild and safe to use on guinea pigs. never use human, dog or cat shampoos on guinea pigs.
To give your dog a bath, you would need some clean towels, dog shampoo, brushes and combs, and if you want, some dog treats. The towels would be needed to dry off your dog. It is recommended that you use dog shampoo instead of human shampoo because human shampoo can irritate some dog's skin. Brushes and combs will be helpful in getting rid of hair that has been shed. Dog treats might help you to… Read More
Whenever you want to try giving it a bath, although I would suggest holding off on the shampoo until the puppy is at least 16 weeks old unless a particular shampoo is advised by your veterinarian.
If you use human shampoo on a dog than it will not harm them.
Can you suggest me a good shampoo which will be good for regular use as i will take head bath alternate days mostly?
A good shampoo for regular use and to use when you alternate taking a bath is Alterna Bamboo Shampoo. This shampoo is extremely gentle on the hair why supplying moisture. It will work great to help preserve the moisture in the hair and will not rob the scalp of natural oils.
If your dog eats shampoo nothing happens. When I'm in my bath I let my dog eat the extra marks pf shampoo I leave on the side
No, a dog shampoo is much gentler. If you would like to use human shampoo, a baby shampoo would be best in case it gets in the eyes. Also, human shampoo tends to have a higher pH level and is too strong for the dog, causing move harm than good. If you do decide to use human shampoo, be sure to rinse very thoroughly so that no residue is left that can cause irritation.
Give it a bath - using cat shampoo.
Most of the time guinea pigs don't have an odour as long as you clean their cage often. If they are still stinky, you can always give them a bath. If you want to give then a bath you should either use bunny, kitten or ferret shampoo, dog shampoo is too strong and natural shampoo is the best for them.
no, it is not good for the dogs skin, human and dog shampoos have different acid levels, human shampoo can harm your dog
You can give your Momma dog a nice warm bath right after she whelps out all the pups and all the after births have passed. Do not use a flea shampoo as that will stick on to her nipples and not be good for the pups to nurse on. Just use a neutral type of dog shampoo. Don't use human shampoo as too drying for a dog. But do make sure she is free from… Read More
Water, soap or body wash, and shampoo.
If your cat likes water and shampoo and conditioner
A 5 week old puppy, no matter what breed should still be with his Dam. Is he or she an orphan? If not, then let the Dam clean up the puppy. If for some reason the Mother dog (Dam) isn't cleaning up her pups, just one warm bath using some type of kitty shampoo or a dog shampoo that says it is safe for puppies under the age of 6 weeks. Don't use a human… Read More
well i would not trust all shampoo but all the stuff i got there it did not hurt anything so my answer is no
Yes, you can give your ferret a bath without shampoo. Bathing ferrets with shampoo strips the natural oils off of their skin which makes them itchy and they have more of a body odor. Some ferrets like to play in water.There are products like a dry power for ferrets and sprays for ferrets that are no rinsing
yes you can give a guinea pig a bath with just water but they will not be as clean as when you give them a bath with shampoo and yes they do make special shampoo for guinea pigs don't use normal soap on guinea pigs you can find this special soap at petsmart in the guinea pig area
Wash your dog with dog shampoo. DO NOT use human shampoo!!! It is too strong for dogs. Then rinse your dog w/ warm water. Dry your dog with a soft towel afterwards. If your dog detests baths, reward it with a doggy treat after it takes a bath; it will most likely start to enjoy baths and get used to them.
Certainly! As with all babies, use a special puppy shampoo and wash her in the sink where you can get to her. Keep the water out of her eyes, use lukewarm water, and have a warm bath towel handy to dry her off. Do not use any medications on her just yet. A flea soap is not designed for delicate skin, and dish soap will make her itch. If you feel the need to treat… Read More