Sentry Grooming Shampoo for Cats, 12-Ounce

The straightforward answer is no. You should never use human shampoo on cats.
Many over-the-counter shampoos are filled with toxic chemicals that can harm your pet as well as children or elderly members in your family. Several of these chemicals are known to be especially dangerous to pregnant women and could even harm the unborn child causing birth defects. There are many natural ingredients found in the kitchen which are effective in controlling ticks and fleas on dogs and cats without being toxic to animals or their humans. Homemade tick treatment is very easy with essential oils. Note that not all oils are safe for pets; so use them with caution. If in doubt, do not use them at all. Let us now discuss 7 homemade flea and tick recipes that are safe for use on dogs and cats.
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A. From a medical perspective, cats are different from , including the way they react to . If you use a dog shampoo that contains ingredients for combating fleas, you may put your cat at risk. This is true even of natural ingredients meant to repel fleas, so ask your veterinarian to recommend a feline-friendly shampoo. In general, you should consult your vet before using product on your cat.
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On the other hand, mange shampoo is also very effective at eliminating mites. When used properly, it is very safe for your pet and has a low instance of side effects. Additionally, this shampoo can be used at home and does not require a special trip to the vet's office in order to apply to your cat's skin.If you're looking for a shampoo for cats but don't want to usewater, consider a dry preparation. Both commercially available and homemade versions of dry feline shampoo are readily available to clean cats that just can't stand getting wet.Cat dandruff may occur in cats with skin problems or dry skin. Even if the formation of cat dandruff can be linked to the cat’s diet, and a change in diet may reduce the amount of dander, this problem should be dealt with both from the inside and the outside. Special dandruff shampoos can be used to eliminate the excessive cat dandruff.You can use a dry shampoo on your cat's coat monthly to improve her appearance. Supplementing the dry shampoos with regular baths will depend on your cat's overall coat condition, whether or not she's a showanimal and her comfort level with getting wet.Using a suitable cat shampoo can make a great difference in reducing feline dandruff. You have to make sure that you use a shampoo that is designed for cats with dandruff; using human shampoo will not be effective and can cause additional dryness and irritation.Making a dry shampoo for your cat is a fairly simple process. You need to decide if you want to simply clean your cat's coat or if you need additional grooming properties, such as odor control or coat conditioning. Baking soda can help control odors, while cornstarch can help bring a silky shine to your cat's coat. Oatmeal can sometimes soothe itchy skin, although its benefits are better used when it's made into a paste with water.You can make a wet shampoo for your cat at home as well. Long haired cats especially need some extra help with grooming, and need regular baths.Brush your cat's coat completely before applying the dry shampoo. This will help loosen any dirt or shed hair, getting them out of the wayprior to shampooing. If you're using a commercially available product, such as a powder or mousse, follow label instructions carefully. Some products don't require brushing after application, but many do. If you're using a product that requires brushing, be sure to brush or comb all traces of the shampoo out of your cat's fur before turning her loose, because she will likely continue the grooming routine on her own.