INGREDIENTS Water; Shampoo Base: Cocoamidopropyl Betaine, Sodium Lauroamphoacetate, Sodium Chloride; Preservative: Imidazolidinyl Urea; Proprietary essential oil-based odor counteractant: Citronella Oil, Clove Oil, Lemongrass Oil, Eucalyptus Oil
* For external use only. * This product contains essential oils and should not be used on cats.
This shampoo is a fantastic shampoo for dogs who are sprayed by skunks!
It can also be used on cats and produces a rich lather.
It is easy to rinse off, and leaves your pet's coat with a healthy glow and a nice fragrance. I have cats, and I was very pleased with the way they looked and smelled after using this shampoo.
It is gentle.
Our golden retriever was sprayed by a skunk and this shampoo literally took the odor away completely after 2 washings.
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1 First apply Skunk Odor Neutralizing Spray as instructed on the bottle. Wait until your dog is completely dry before bathing. 2 Rinse dog off in tub 3Massage shampoo onto the wet coat ensuring that it reaches the skin and odor source. If necessary apply more shampoo to affected areas. 4 For best results allow to soak for 3-5 minutes. 5 Rinse. 6Repeat. 7 Follow with love and praise.
Social Responsability and our commitment to the environment We have a responsability to ourselves and everything else that shares this planet to take care of our most precious resource. Ecowelldog (the parent company of Cain and Able) is dedicated to upholding the highest possible environmental, social and ethical standards.
Carbon-neutral: we have reduced our own carbon emissions and as members of carbonfund.org have offset those that we can't.
Labels: We are now printing many of our labels on Fiber Stone, a tree-free recyclable material that uses no water and produces no waste.
Bottles: We are phasing in new bottles made of post consumer resin (recycled plastic). All of our products and components are made in the USA to minimize transportation-related impact.
Community: We donates a portion of our profits to Canine Companions for Independence, a nonprofit organization that provides highly trained assistance dogs to people with disabilities.