Dog DryingTip – The Vinegar Rinse



hello today I'm going to share you a tip about how to get your dogs dried quicker so what I do is I get myself a little spray bottle and I'm going to use the vinegar rinse so you're going to use a 50% vinegar and 50% water so just get yourself a funnel it's a lot easier to fill up and you don't need a lot of it is for one dog so that would be my vinegar and then you just need a little bit of water and then you're going to shake it up and the reason for this is vinegar and water it's good the rinse is good for the dog the dog's coat is skin just don't use that on the dog that has sores or any source skin because it will sting now how would you spray it on it will smell house you spray it on but when the dogs dry you can't smell it so it really does speed up the drying process and it's some good for the dog's skin so I'm going to demonstrate how I use it ok so once your dogs all Drive washed and dried with the chamois and at how all then you're ready to it's on the vinegar and water solution and I do have a video about my chamois dry and I'll put the link below so I just get my vinegar and water prepared already and don't get it in the eyes of the nose and just that's a vacancy just rich quickly you don't need a lot there we go Oh make sure you get the tail and you want to get the ears a little bit just come behind and you can use your hand to block the eye here we go to do the other ear to cover the eyes and that did so that will help speed up the blow-drying so thanks for watching and make sure you subscribe if you haven't already give me a thumbs up if you like my videos and keep watching for more tips and grooming videos

6 thoughts on “Dog DryingTip – The Vinegar Rinse

  1. Amazing! Didn't know this. But what kind of vinegar? Does it have to be organic or any cooking vinegars? Thanks.

  2. Hi Love of Grooming, yesterday when I was grooming Standard Groodle I tried your two drying tips (Chamois drying and Vinegar rinse) and it worked!!! I spent less time on drying the coat of that large and curly teddy bear :))) Thank you so much for sharing!!!

  3. Wow! I have never heard about this before! I'll definitely use this tip on my next dog. Thank you for sharing 🙂

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