DOG By Dr Lisa Wash
For the most part, a wipe and brush is enough to keep your dog clean. But occasionally, that puddle-jumping, butt-sniffing furball is going to need a bath. This is for those times.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU WASH?
We should only wash our dogs every 4-6 weeks or even less (unless your vet has prescribed a specific medicated shampoo). If your dog is visibly dirty, and you are unable to get them clean with a good wipe and brush, then it’s time for some bubbles. Washing too frequently can disrupt the natural defences of the coat, making your dog even more stinky and potentially contributing to skin diseases.
WHY YOU’LL LOVE IT?
- 100% biodegradable
- Vegan friendly
- Made in Australia
- Recyclable aluminium bottle
- Not tested on animals, just lovingly used on them
- Recommended and used by vets - especially Dr Lisa Chimes
How to Wash?
Simply apply enough pumps to create a lather. Wash the whole body, avoiding the eyes. Give a little massage to show your love. Rinse well. Repeat for extra grubby coats. Washing will be made easier if you brush your dog first to remove loose hairs. If product enters eyes, rinse with water. Dry ears carefully after bathing.
For external use only. Don’t let your pets eat this.