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As we all maneuver through a time with more germ worries than ever before, pet lovers know that those concerns extend to our dogs and cats as well.
Although you may be staying an appropriate distance away from your neighbors, what do you do if your dog greets your neighbor and gets some petting? Are you concerned about germs on your dog’s fur?
Or are you worried about germs on your dog’s paws after a walk–and what he might be tracking into your home that you’ve been so, so careful to disinfect?
Or, if you have an indoor-outdoor cat (ours are indoors-only so this isn’t a worry in our home), do you worry about your cat coming into contact with other people or tracking in germs?
Because of all these worries, we were so happy to learn about Jax & Cali Paw and Body Wipes, wipes made specifically for PETS!
These extra-large wipes ensure sanitation through the removal of dirt, allergens, bacteria and potential carcinogens that can be found on a pet’s paws and body after being in the elements.
“I don’t think people realize what dogs can track into their house,” says Gail Beregovich, president of Jax & Cali. “Besides the obvious dirt and mud, which can wreck havoc on your floors and furniture, there are also allergens, bacteria and other things which you don’t want to have in your home. These wipes are an easy way to quickly wipe down a dog’s body and paws so everybody can be happy, healthy and clean.”
How do the wipes help clean your dog?
The pH-balanced, fragrance-free wipes cleanse, nourish and protect using vitamins B3 and E. They are hypoallergenic and are PETA certified as cruelty-free and vegan.
They do NOT contain alcohol, parabens, SLS (Sodium Lauryl Sulfate), formaldehyde or harsh chemicals.
Just one wipe will provide a full wipe down including all four paws. Each wipe measures 8” x 10” and are available in 25 count individually packaged wipes that are easy to carry for clean-ups on-the-go.
“These wipes are a great way to provide your dog with a quick clean-up after a walk or trip to the dog park,” said Beregovich. “Everybody will be happy and healthy when the nasty things that can be found outside aren’t brought into the house.