We're so pleased to be able to bring you our NEW pH neutral, hard glycerine dog soap bar for spot cleaning dirty areas like beards, paws, bottoms. Smelling deliciously of fresh lime the economical, easy to rinse formula gives another string to your grooming bow. Use when you don't want to wash a dog all over twice but need extra oomph to clean.
Perfect for spot cleaning when you don't want to shampoo a whole dog. Use on paws, beards, tails, bottoms, legs, either after shampooing once and then going back to the stubborn areas that need a deeper clean. This is a blessing for Spaniel's ears and quickly and easily cleaning any dog that has rolled in fox poo! (No more using ketchup).
Our dog soap rinses really easily and leaves a squeaky clean finish. Smells deliciously of fresh lime.
This dog soap bar used with a sisal bag or similar. We have sourced natural ones for you. Just pop the bar inside, pull the string and rub it into the wet area you want to clean. Rinse. Hang the sisal bag up to dry in-between washes, if it remains damp it will disintegrate over time. This is an antibacterial soap and so can be used across dogs.
Dog Soap Suitable For Most Dogs
This soap bar is pH neutral and so should be suitable for most dogs.
It is a hard, glycerine-based soap so it is very economical. The large bar completes around 30 medium dog washes, but obviously, it depends on how much it is used. Unlike liquid soap, it does not need to be diluted.
A dog soap bar hand-made in the UK.
Certified safe for dogs and registered on the Government product portal.
Packaging is fully bio-degradable.
Available in a wholesale pack of 6 if you would like to sell these to your customers. The 6 pack price has a 25% discount over the single-pack price.
If you are in Europe and would like to try our soap, please contact Linda at Hundslottet.se
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