Best Dog Shampoo, Natural Dog Shampoo Reviews
Pop’s Pet Organics Insect Away Pet Shampoo
|Pop’s Pet Organics|
Sango’s Mom said it had a nice lather and a fresh scent, and felt good during Sango’s dog bath. She wasn’t used to the liquid type dog shampoo, so squirted a bit too much out and missed her hands. That will happen. So, know the shampoo isn’t as thick as you might be used to. The Pop’s Pet Organics Insect Away Pet Shampoo rinsed off well, but had that sticky feel. This is common in some non-toxic shampoos and something you might need to get used to. But no need to fear, the bath water rinsed clean and all the shampoo rinsed out well. Once Sango was dry, she had a smooth, soft texture, not sticky at all.
Her Mom was very happy with the results of the Pop’s Pet Organics Insect Away Pet Shampoo. Sango felt very clean, fresh, and soft to the touch. Her fur did not get staticky like it normally does without a conditioner, and she has not been knotting as usual. Sango’s white came through brilliantly and looks great and still smells great!
Now it’s time to look at Pop’s Pet Organics Insect Away Pet Shampoo ingredients and benefits. A nice, safe alternative for flea and tick control. Nontoxic, no harsh detergents or chemicals, vegan and cruelty-free, made in the USA. Made with Certified Organic Oils and Naturally Extracted Botanicals. Not bad!Ingredients: Saponified organic coconut, olive and jojoba oils, natural essential oil blend including naturally extracted lemongrass, neem and catnip, organic aloe vera, and naturally extracted rosemary as a natural preservative.
|Looking good Sango!|
Pros: Great ingredients, natural flea and tick repellent, smells great, nice lather, worked well, didn’t need a lot, made in the USA, economically priced
Cons: You might need to get used to the texture when washing out
Pop’s Pet Organics Insect Away Pet Shampoo is a paws up in my book!
Thank you again Pop’s Pet Organics for allowing us to review your shampoo.
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