How to Make Perfume for Animals

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Making perfume for animals is not advised, as animals have a much more heightened sense of smell than humans have, and the strong scents can make them uncomfortable. Avoid putting any fragrances on an animal, instead bathing them regularly to avoid foul smells, with helpful advice from a natural perfume producer in this free video on perfumes.

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Hi, I'm Stephanie from and I'm going to answer how to make perfume for animals. It's actually not a good idea to make perfume for an animal, for pets. Because, number one, they have a much greater sense of smell than we do and when we cover them up with scents it's going to be very uncomfortable for them. Also, it's not necessarily safe. Many animals will lick their fur so they are also ingesting the perfume materials which may not be OKay. It can actually hurt some animals to have certain oils be ingested. So it's best to, instead of try to cover up an animal scent, just make sure they are as clean as possible and don't cover them in a perfumy scent.


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