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Dirty Dogger Leave-In Rinse
A blend of aloe juice, witch hazel, lavender and peppermint waters work together to soothe irritated skin. Our rinse is blended to provide a soothing, conditioning finish to the Dirty Dogger Organic Wash. Also great for hot spots, dryness and many other skin conditions
DIRECTIONS: Apply sparingly after shampooing. May be lightly rinsed off, or left on for continued coat conditioning. Excellent for hot spots and dry patches.
INGREDIENTS: Aloe barbadensis (Leaf) Juice, Witch Hazel Distillate, Lavender Flower Water, Peppermint Flower Water, Glycerin, Rosmarinus officinalis (Rosemary) Oil*, Mentha piperita (Peppermint) Pil*, Mentha spicara (Spearmint) Oil, Citrus limonum (Lemon) Oil*
Fido Freshner Coat Spritz
When your smelly dogger needs a little freshening and you don’t have time for a bath! Think of it as a natural ‘parfum’ for your pet. We’re sorry to say that this is NOT a mouth freshener for them…just a coat spritz!
Dirty Dogger Organic Wash
This dogger wash features saponified organic skin loving oils that moisturize and purify your dogs' skin. This is a detergent free shampoo that cleans deeply without causing any irritation, leaving your dog's skin soothed, and itch free.
DIRECTIONS: Squirt some wash directly onto your dirty dogger & gently massage into his skin and coat. Rinse. For added therapeutic benefit leave on your dogger for a few minutes and let the essential oils go to work! Can be used as often as once a week.
Barkin' Good Paw Salve
Caring for your dog’s paws is a vital consideration, especially in winter months. Road and sidewalk salt can cause serious damage to even the toughest dogger’s paw pads.
Your dog’s paws should be rough, to enhance traction and enable your dog to run and play, but dry, cracked paws can be extremely painful for your dog. Treat paws when they are dry to help prevent cracking – don’t let them get cracked, because not only are they painful for your poor 4 legged pal, but dirt and debris in the cracks can actually cause an infection!
If you live in an area with cold, snowy winters, or if you live in a dry, dusty climate, check your dog’s paws daily for dryness. Make it part of the morning or evening routine; it’ll help you stay on top of your dog’s paw health, and it’ll also help your dog become accustomed to people handling his paws!
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