The reason we started this company was to create all natural, chemical free products that are actually good for your dog!
Each of our products is made up of ingredients that improve your dog's health overall!
Baking soda has a soothing effect due to its anti-inflammatory tendencies. Plus, it acts as an acid neutralizer and provide relief for itching.
Witch Hazel helps reduce swelling, repair broken skin and also fights bacteria.
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.
Corn starch is a degreaser, deodorizer, and soothes itching skin
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.
Dead Sea Salt soothes your pet’s skin and relaxes them. It can relieve arthritis and gives your dog’s coat a healthy shine.
Beeswax is used to treat many skin conditions, including dry, itchy skin. It’s a moisturizer, relieves pain, and has anti-inflammatory properties which protects and heals your pet’s paws.
Olive oil has the ability to alleviate allergies and soothe dry, irritated skin from flea or insect bites to environmental issues like dust, pollen or mold.
Shea Butter soothes, softens, and hydrates skin. In addition, shea butter is a natural sun protectant and moisturizes and conditions the fur to maintain a luxurious shine.
Vitamin E Oil Vitamin E is a fat-soluble nutrient that is essential for a dog’s muscles, circulatory system, and injury healing. It is also an antioxidant, helping to protect cells. There is a link between deficiency of Vitamin E to cell damage in skeletal muscle, the heart, liver, and nerves.
In addition to the internal benefits, Vitamin E is also good for skin and coat health.
St Johns Wart Oil benefits dogs with anxiety disorders, such as separation anxiety, and aggressive disorders. It is a good choice for the treatment of minor injuries such as bites and stings. It speeds up the healing process and at the same time reduces pain.
St John's wort can also be used for dogs with arthritis - it can ease pain and speeds the healing process, especially of damaged nerves.
Due to its antiviral property, the herb is also an excellent choice for treatment of various forms of viral infections.
Citric Acid Fizzes when placed in water. Proves to be a calming distraction for dogs who often refuse to take baths.
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.
Almond Oil is a great moisturizer and works as a wonderful flea and tick repellent. It is also anti-inflammatory.
Turmeric aids as a natural detoxifier, is anti-inflammatory, naturally antibacterial, promotes heart and liver health, reduces blood clots that can lead to strokes and heart attacks by thinning the blood, promotes digestive health, helps with allergies, is an antioxidant, helps prevent cataracts, been used in the treatment of epilepsy, is a natural pain reliever, and helps stop diarrhea.
Dogs Naturally Magazine stated turmeric can “block the cancer promoting enzyme that stimulates the growth of head and neck cancer. The Department of Small Animal Clinical Scientists has conducted studies that show that curcumin can inhibit tumor growth and may even shrink existing tumors. This has to do with the spice’s amazing ability to shut down blood vessels that feed tumors.”
Parsley freshens and sweetens bad breath. The herb is antimicrobial, it is effective in preventing bacteria and other germs which can multiply in the dog's mouth. It is also useful in boosting kidney function.
Cinnamon Full of antioxidants and naturally antibacterial, it works against the leftovers in between teeth. It’s been known to ward off tooth decay and freshen bad breath.
Bouillon cube is used for flavoring. Brushing your dog’s teeth is easier if they actually like what you’re putting in their mouth.