Flea Shampoo

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Homemade Flea Shampoo for Dogs ____________________________________________ A Science Investigatory Project
Presented to the Faculty of
University of St. La Salle
Integrated School
Bacolod City
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In Partial Fulfillment of the
Requirements for the Subject
Science 9
Biology
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Submitted by:
Rigel Tan
Stephanie Tan
Fedee Alisoso
Ysa Marie Linas

Acknowledgement
This study wouldn’t be possible without the everlasting love, care and assistance from all our family who supported us in the making of this project. The researchers would never forget to acknowledge Ms. Kristin who extended her valuable time in explaining the whole course of the research.

Abstract
Some flea shampoo for dogs is manufactured with different types of chemicals. Some of these chemicals are harmful. Thus the researchers are trying to create an all natural homemade flea shampoo for dogs that is not only healthy but also easy to make and economically wise. The purpose of this experiment is to find out that a homemade flea shampoo for dogs is as effective as those bought in a store. We first chose a recipe from the internet and bought the materials needed. The main ingredients used were apple cider vinegar and dye-free liquid dish detergent. We mixed all the materials together and then tested our product.

Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction
a. Background of the Study--------------------------------------------------------page 1 b. Statement of Problem/Objectives----------------------------------------------page 1 c. Hypothesis------------------------------------------------------------------------page 1 d. Definitions of Terms------------------------------------------------------------page 1 e. Theoretical/Conceptual Framework-------------------------------------------page 2 f. Significance of the Study-------------------------------------------------------page 2 g. Scope and Limitations----------------------------------------------------------page 3 Chapter 2: Review of Related Literature-----------------------------------------page 4 Chapter 3: Methodology--------------------------------------------------------------page 6 Chapter 4: Result and Discussion--------------------------------------------------page 7 Chapter 5:

a.     Summary--------------------------------------------------------------------page 9 b.     Conclusion------------------------------------------------------------------page 9 c.      Recommendations--------------------------------------------------------page 9 References-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------page 10 Appendices------------------------------------------------------------------------------------page 11

Chapter 1: Introduction
Background of the study:
Most dogs get their exercise by running around outside. Unfortunately, there may be fleas just lying in wait for the perfect host to come walking by. Next thing you know, your dog comes back in your home and starts scratching. The best way to gets rid of these fleas is by using a flea shampoo for dogs. However, the ingredients in some shampoos may contain toxic chemicals that can harm our dogs. One of the best treatments for fleas is apple cider vinegar because it is anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and can be used safely as a flea treatment.

Statement of the Problem:
This study will determine whether or not apple cider vinegar can be used to get rid of fleas. Most specifically, we aim to compare the product to commercial shampoos

Hypothesis:
There is no significant difference between the product and commercial flea shampoo

Definition of Terms:
* Apple cider vinegar- a type of vinegar made from cider or...
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