Natural dog wipes serve many purposes. They act as cleaning agents for your dog’s fur and also serve as a temporary solution if a bath is out of the question. In a pinch, these wipes also can be used to clean up spills caused by your dog.
The purpose behind natural dog wipes versus their manufactured counterparts is to ensure that no harmful chemicals are ingested by your pet or absorbed onto his or her fur. Natural dog wipes often contain mild cleansers, extracts and vitamins to give your dog a clean, healthy coat. With many advancements that have been made over the past several years, they have become both more affordable and more pleasing to the nose.
Natural dog wipes are ideal for bathing your dog because they do not require adding water or a shampoo solution. They work on their own to clean your dog just as well as a bath would. For this reason, wipes can be used indoors or outdoors, at home or on the go. Once you are done using them, you can simply toss them in the trash.
Using natural dog wipes also makes it easier to get to hard-to-reach places because your dog will think that he or she is getting petted rather than cleaned. If your dog loves baths, then continue to bathe him or her regularly, and use wipes in between cleanings. This will ensure that your dog smells fresh all the time.
Do you have a dog that likes to roll around in the mud or get into the trash? Then natural dog wipes are a great solution to treat only the affected areas rather than the entire dog. Simply use a few wipes to treat the specific area, and your dog will smell as good as new.
Major retailers today often carry their own versions of natural dog wipes, in addition to brand names sold at these and pet specialty stores. There also is a vast array of options available online through individual retail sites, as well as through wholesalers of pet products. To find a solution that works for you, read all of the ingredients to make sure that your dog does not have allergies associated with each. Also check for a scent. While unscented varieties work just as well as their scented counterparts, determine what you want your dog to smell like before choosing a product.