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Vermont Soap Organic Pet Shampoo
Vermont Soap organic pet shampoo is the first USDA Certified
Organic Pet Shampoo. This is also a chemical free pet shampoo, so now you can safely shampoo your dog, cat or other furry friend with a safe and nontoxic alternative to detergent and chemical shampoos.
This pure, organic pet shampoo
is wonderful for sensitive pets.
Since our Vermont Soap Organic Pet Shampoo is made from organic coconut, olive and jojoba oils, organic aloe vera with other natural and organic essential oils you can be assured that there are no harmful chemicals or toxins making this a truly chemical free pet shampoo
. In fact, natural rosemary extract is the only preservative used in this 'green'
Why is Organic Pet Shampoo So Important?
Since most pet lovers also care about the environment
, you'll be happy to know that this natural liquid shampoo is super mild, hypoallergenic, and completely free of petroleum or animal by-products. This means it is very safe for the environment. This organic shampoo for pets also meets all USDA Organic Food Standards. Vermont SoapWorks and their products have been certified by NOFA and Vermont Organic Farmers.
No Animal Testing
Vermont Soap Organics does not engage in harmful animal testing
. Your pets will love this amazing natural shampoo for pets
. It has been estimated by The American Pet Products Manufacturer Association that there are over 65 million dogs and 78 million cats in the USA. Artificial and harmful detergents contain numerous ingredients that are toxic and can harm all of these wonderful animals. It is imperative that you protect your four-legged-friend and use this chemical free pet shampoo.
How Often Should I Bathe My Pet?
Dogs should be bathed approximately every month in order to remove the accumulated environmental dirt and toxins that can make your pet more susceptible to illness. Dogs usually get themselves into dirt and other things in the yard, and may need to take a bath more often during certain times of the year.
Since cats are wonderful self groomers, they don't usually need to be bathed as often as dogs. That's a good thing, since it is usually harder to convince a cat to take a bath. Their may be medical reasons to bathe your cat. For example: skin or fungal infections (ringworm) may require that you bathe your cat more often than normal. Some overweight and older cats may also have difficulty grooming themselves
and should also be given a bath more often. Of course, if your cat gets in contact with a skunk or gets other unusual things on their coat a good bath may be required.
It is important to note however that bathing your pet too much, particularly when using the wrong product can remove the normal and natural oils which will then dry out your pet's coat and skin.
Great For Pets with Sensitivities!
Many of the pet shampoos on the market contain harmful chemicals like sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) and harmful detergents. This causes problems for the many pets with sensitivities. Your pet may also develop a sensitivity to these toxins over time. Since there are not any synthetic fragrances, artificial colors, chemical detergents, or antimicrobial preservatives in Vermont Soap Organic Pet Shampoo, the chance of sensitivity reactions is greatly reduced. For your pets to be safe, you must use a chemical free pet shampoo.
The natural essential oil blend helps to keep fleas and ticks
away without poisoning your pet. Your pet shouldn't be the only family member to use a chemical free shampoo. Try Fundamental Shampoo
for the rest of the family.
Vermont Soap Organic Pet Shampoo
is a chemical free pet shampoo
that is made in America.