Did you know the fizz of a bath bomb is often enough to distract even the most reluctant bather? I didn’t either, but the fizz is a fun and distracting event that makes bath time fun instead of feared.
Bow Wow Bath Bombs have been formulated to combat dry skin, eliminate unpleasant odors, and promote your dog’s overall well-being.
**Includes One Bath Bomb in Either a Paw or Bone Shape**
Run your dog’s bath then drop one of our bath bombs into the water about the same time as you put your dog in. The fizz will distract him while you rub our silky combination of “good for him” oils into his fur. Have everything ready, towel, cup for pouring water, brush if used in bath, etc., before adding the dog and the bomb to the water. He’ll need your full concentration, or he might jump out before you’re finished. Small bombs can be used in smaller bathing spaces, like sinks, buckets, etc. Our larger bath bombs are great for big dogs who need a full bath tub experience.
Test our bath bomb by adding a small portion of one bomb to your dog’s bath. Give him a little time to make sure he reacts well to the product, if all is well, add the rest of the bomb and bathe as usual. All our products are created specifically for dogs and their well-being, but every dog is different. We want your dog to feel as good as he looks.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Essential oils are not recommended for pregnant dogs or puppies under 6 months. These products are not intended for medical treatment, please consult your vet if you have any questions or concerns if this product is safe for your dog.
Baking soda has a soothing effect due to its anti-inflammatory tendencies. Plus, it acts as an acid neutralizer and provide relief for itching.
Citric Acid Fizzes when placed in water. Proves to be a calming distraction for dogs who often refuse to take baths.
Coconut Oil The health benefits for dogs are numerous.
According to Dr. Bruce Fife, certified nutritionist and naturopathic doctor and president of the Coconut Research Center, coconut oil gently elevates the metabolism, provides a higher level of energy and vitality, protects you from illness, and speeds healing. As a bonus, coconut oil improves any dog’s skin and coat, improves digestion, and reduces allergic reactions.
Lavender essential oil can be used to soothe irritated skin. It is also a great preventative for skin infections, and helps heal wounds, burns, and ulcers. Lavender is perfect for dogs with itchy, dry, or sensitive skin, as well as dogs who experience hot spots.
Lavender affects the central nervous system which in turn settles dogs. Lavender can be used to calm dogs prone to anxiety, stress, and aggression.
Lavender oil is also commonly known as a shine booster for coats, leaving your dog looking and feeling fresh!
Lavender is a wonderful insect repellant!
Though lavender and lavender oil are beneficial to dogs, they are not safe for use by cats, or pregnant/nursing dogs. Like any product, test a small amount on your dog before full or frequent use.
Rosemary contains antioxidants, which means it can help neutralize cell-damaging free radicals in the body – obviously a good thing. An overabundance of free radicals and resulting cell damage has been linked to age-related illnesses like cardiovascular disease and cancer.
Rosemary is also considered a “heart healthy” herb for dogs.
Rosemary is also known for its abilities in the digestive system, especially when it comes to gas, indigestion and other related problems. It also helps with gastrointestinal infections.
Rosemary aids as a bug—including fleas—repellant and gives dogs a glossy coat.
Do not use the oil on any pet with any kind of seizure disorder. Avoid using rosemary for pregnant pets.
Bentonite clay aids with digestive problems like constipation, bloating, and gas. It also alleviates skin and allergy issues and helps dogs recover from vomiting and diarrhea.
Bentonite clay is an excellent over all detoxifier.