People shampoo should not be used on dogs because the pH levels of the skin differ, and it can be too harsh for the skin and fur of a dog. Dog shampoo is formulated for the pH balance of a dog's skin and is the recommend... More »

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According to The Daily Puppy, dog shampoo is generally safe for use on humans though some people may experience rashes, itching, allergic reactions and other side effects. Some pet shampoo products, such as Pet Head, are... More »

Patients who have ringworm should visit medical professionals and follow their individual instructions for treatment, according to WebMD. Humans and pets should not share medication, because their dosage and ingredient r... More »

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Some people with dog allergies have been able to tolerate Samoyeds, and the shed fur is sometimes used for knitting articles with hypoallergenic properties. WebMD cautions that individual dogs within the same breed can s... More »

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Using shampoo designed for humans on dogs is never a good idea because this type of shampoo can disrupt the acid mantle of the dog's skin. When the acid mantle has been disrupted, the dog's skin can become host to many t... More »

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Dogs are good pets because they provide people with companionship, genuine unconditional love, more opportunities for regular exercise, lower stress levels and better cardiovascular health, new life skills such as respon... More »

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Although all dogs shed, many breeds such as the Dachshund, Havanese, Maltese, miniature poodle, Shih tzu produce very little loose fur and dander. Larger breeds include the soft-coated Wheaten terrier, the standard poodl... More »