Shampoo and Conditioner by Pet Naturals*

January 27, 2020

pet naturals dog shampoo and conitioner

It’s not all about me!

My blog, written by me and about my life, featuring a lot of me me me (where else in your life can you be the Star!) but my life would be nothing without my supporting cast – Mr Beauty Boo and Bunny my 12 year old cockapoo.

So when Pet Naturals recently contacted me and asked if I would like to try a couple of products from their Pet Naturals range me and Bun put our paws up and said ‘Yes please’.

Pet Naturals

Pet Naturals are passionate about the environment and only source natural and sustainable ingredients to make their products.???

They sent me a couple of lovely products – Shampoo and Conditioner  (rrp £8.95).  Both are packed with natural pet friendly products that are gentle on Bun’s skin but also really help to shift the mud and clean mucky paws – fast.

The shampoo contains oatmeal and aloe vera to calm and smooth the skin – so it is gentle on my hands (and nails) too.  I’ve used Aloe Vera in the past to wash Bun as I really rate it’s soothing properties.  Another ingredient in the shampoo is tea tree oil which is a natural antiseptic.

Bun has also recently tried the conditioner, I’ve never used conditioner on his coat before but this one is really nice and did make his very curly coat seem a little softer – I may even try it on my hair!

When Water simply isn’t enough

dogs middy paws

Mucky Pup!

I don’t always have to wash Bun after a walk, and sometimes just water will do but when it is really muddy – he needs a shampoo to shift the mud.

My dog loves a good off the lead walk and whatever the weather he will walk and also swim too – if I let him.

Plus whilst we don’t have any locally reported case of that horrible disease often called Alabama Foot Rot I am a bit obsessed with making sure his paws are squeaky clean after he has been running in mud and through puddles.



The shampoo cleans really well only one application is needed, smells nice, rinses well and doesn’t irritate Buns’ skin.  The conditioner may be more of a requirement for longer straight haired dogs but I can confirm it does smells nice and does soften Bun’s curls.

Washing and drying a curly haired dog is a bit of a time consuming event but he loves his woody walks and he is worth it!

For more information and to shop the range please visit : | Natural skin and coat care for pets.




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