I have a dog, Eddie who is a great joy to me. He is my excuse for getting out for walks in the countryside, is always pleased to see me and has a gently wagging tail and a big grin. He loves to get into mischief, like the time he stole some peanuts. He loves to have his ball thrown for him. He will happily spend an hour chasing it around. He is a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and will also live up to his lap dog name, happily curling up on my lap to go to sleep.
The problem with long walks in the country side is that dogs can get dirty and smelly. While Eddie is a white dog, often he comes back from a walk with black legs and paws. I keep a towel by the door for days when it is raining but every so often there comes a time when he needs a bath. He is not keen on having a bath as you can see.
I like to use a shampoo that gets him clean but is also kind to his fur and skin. Recently I have been trying Wildwash dog shampoo that I got from GJW Titmuss, an on-line pet store with a wide range of pet food, products, accessories and toys. Wildwash dog shampoo is 100% natural, there are no Parabens, Phthalates, Phosphates, Petrochemicals, Sulfates or PEG’s in the product. It also uses 100% Pure Essential Oils is vet approved, made in England and the packaging is recyclable. There are a number of different formulas, I have been trying the WildWash Shampoo for Beauty and Shine Fragrance No.2.
The shampoo contains Grapefruit, Bergamot and Ginger which are meant to increase scalp circulation, improve quality and promote growth, leaving dandruff free, stronger, healthier hair with vitality and sheen. You can definitely smell these ingredients when you pour it into your hand, it smells lovely. The bottle allows you to squirt out exactly the amount you need, essential when your dog is not keen on being bathed. It also lathers up nicely and rinses out well. Wildwash shampoo also contains Neem, a natural flea deterrent which is essential when you have a dog.
The Wildwash shampoo works really well and gets Eddie’s coat clean and shiny. He is happy enough with me using it, well as happy as he can be in a bath. Wildwash shampoo is RRP £14.99 for 300ml, but this will last for ages. My dog loves trying new things, he recently tried Growling Tums dog food dog food
Disclosure: I was sent some Wildwash shampoo in return for an honest review.
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