Organic pet shampoo is the perfect way to keep your dog safe from harsh chemicals while still providing protection from fleas and ticks. An all-natural pet wash also protects the planet by keeping toxic ingredients out of the wastewater. There is currently an array of organic and natural pet grooming products on the market – here are some of our favorites.
Vermont Soap Organics
The first company to create a USDA certified organic pet shampoo Vermont Soap Organics offers a refreshing blend of organic oils and natural ingredients that are safe for the most sensitive pets. Natural essential oils provide a safe, nontoxic flea and tick repellent, while organic aloe vera soothes and moisturizes your dog’s skin. Vermont Soap Organics Pet Shampoo is available in both 16 oz. and gallon size bottles. The company also makes certified organic horse shampoo, along with a wide variety of organic soap and bath products for people.
Dr. Shawn’s Organic Pet Shampoos
Dr. Shawn Messonnier is a renowned holistic veterinarian based in Plano, TX. His line of premium organic pet shampoos are the first USDA certified products to be formulated by a practicing vet. Dr. Shawn’s product line includes a flea and tick formula, itch relief shampoo for pets with skin conditions, a soothing all-in-one pet wash, and a great smelling organic mint shampoo, as well as an alcohol-free certified organic ear wash. All of Dr. Shawn’s organic shampoos are bottled in 16 oz. BPA-free containers, are biodegradable, and are safe for every day pet use.
Olive Spa Products for Dogs
From certified organic herbal dog shampoo to luxurious shea butter conditioner, Olive carries a wide range of eco-friendly dog grooming supplies. Olive spa products for dogs are free of harsh chemicals and contain natural, soothing oils like lavender and peppermint. The line up includes the natural flea-repelling soap lump, shampoos, conditioners, detangling sprays, and a pampering spa gift set. Olive also offers eco-friendly pet clothing, organic dog treats, natural supplements, and more for your eco dog.
By Daneille Bullard