Product: Fresh Dog Waterless Bath Foam and Dry Shampoo
What it is: Waterless dog deodorizing products
Manufacturer: Fresh Dog (Rarity Beauty, LLC), New Hope, PA (Made in USA)
How often do you bathe your dog? With our two canines, the answer is usually “Not often enough!” Fresh Dog, affiliated with hair care company Lock & Mane, has introduced a couple of alternatives to traditional dog bathing. Inspired by Lock & Mane founder John C. Cascarano’s dog, Hammy, the products are designed to be a convenient way to keep your pooch clean between full baths.
Fresh Dog Waterless Bath Foam is a liquid bathing agent which comes out of its plastic bottle as a foam. It’s designed to be rubbed into a dog’s coat until the coat feels damp to the touch. No rinsing is required, just towel dry. The foam has a nice grapefruit aroma and the manufacturer says the anti-static formula repels dirt, leaving your dog’s coat fresh and clean without sticky residue. The foam can be used on all coat types for dogs six weeks old and over. The foam doesn’t interfere with topical flea treatments. Ingredients include:
purified water, coconut-based surfactants, glycerin, ethanol, hydrolized silk protein, chamomile extract, kelp extract, xanthan gum, fragrance, DMDM-hydantoin, tetrasodium EDTA, titanium dioxide and mica, FD&C Blue #1.
Fresh Dog Dry Shampoo is a pH-balanced powder which can be massaged into a dog’s fur. It is has a lavender/rosemary scent and contains only natural ingredients:
Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda), Zea Mays (Corn Starch), Silica, Essential Oils (Lavender & Rosemary).
It doesn’t contain dyes, detergents, synthetic fragrances or chemical preservatives. Dry Shampoo can also be used to remove doggy odors from carpets and bedding by sprinkling it on, waiting a few minutes, then vacuuming it up.
- Fresh Dog Waterless Bath Foam $12 (6 ounces)
- Fresh Dog Dry Shampoo $15 (12 ounces)
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Disclosure: We received Fresh Dog Waterless Bath Foam and Dry Shampoo for review; we were not paid for our review and all opinions are entirely our own.