This soap was made originally for my son's dog. She suffers from dry and itchy skin and bites her coat so we thought we would try to find a solution. It certainly seems to help. She now enjoys bathtime and the soap does seem to alleviate her symptoms and leaves her coat soft and lovely. We do however need to encourage her "mum" not to bathe her quite so often.
Give your dog a bathtime treat with this coconut soap which contains poppy seeds to assist your grip on your slippery wet dog.
This lovely soap contains neem oil which is widely known to repel fleas and ticks, so this is the ideal shampoo to use in the summer months and keep those pests away.
This soap has no fragrance oil added so as not to irritate your dog's skin.
Directions for use:
Wet the dog’s coat first and then gently rub the soap bar directly onto the wet coat. Lather up with your hands and massage in as with any other liquid shampoo and then rinse as normal. For best results, thoroughly dry after rinsing.
Not to be used on young puppies under 14 weeks. To look after your soap bar keep it dry inbetween uses and it should last well.
Do not bathe your dog more than once a week unless recommended by a vet.