Thursday, April 26, 2012

Pet Bathtime: Doggie Shampoo
and Conditioner Giveaway

by Carrie Boyko, CEB

© All Things Dog Blog
Tanner's Bath Supplies
Did you enjoy the bath show that Tanner put on in our Earthbath and SheaPet Conditioner review? Now let's get on with the rest of the show. Thanks to some stealthy work, we've got a giveaway for you opening here. There are 6 bottles of each up for grabs. Yee haw!


With this giveaway I'm officially announcing an uptick in my policing of entries. The required blog comment will be checked, so make sure you offer some input as requested in the Rafflecopter entry form. Your thoughts and opinions are often very helpful to these companies that I review, so that's why I ask for your feedback. :) Thanks for your help.
© All Things Dog Blog
Tanner Sits in the Tub
on Command


Tanner did a great job of handling a camera taking his photo during a bath. Imagine having to do this yourself? Eek! Feel free to congratulate him on his fine tub manners!


Entries will continue below through Thursday, May 10. Winners will be announced on Friday, May 11 later in the day. 



If you don't see the Rafflecopter entry form below, simply click on the post title to refresh and it should magically appear below the social media icons. Good luck to everyone!




Full disclosure: I performed this product review using my own products that I purchased myself. If that isn't a positive review, I don't know what is. This stuff is fabulous! I have not been compensated for my efforts, and there is no purchase required to enter the giveaway.

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34 comments:



lennyg said...

Gentle on eyes like a baby shampoo



Julie said...

I look for oatmeal shampoo because Dumpling gets itchy skin.



SMILL3R said...

This is a great giveaway! I have a pittie, and due to his leash reactivity, he swims in our pool a lot instead of going out for a walk. The chlorine really gets the best of his coat and it is really lack luster lately. He also has an allergy to fragrances in normal shampoo so I have to opt for the oatmeal or puppy shampoos.



Sara said...

Oatmeal or natural ingredients because she has allergies and doggy dandruff



CRichman said...

I look for anything all natural. I like to bathe him in organic ingredients.
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Schooner and Skipper said...

I look for all natural ingredients. Something that will not hurt their eyes.



Misty said...

I like when they rinse out easily.



rick said...

Something that rinses out quickly and is natural.



Nancy said...

Quick rinsing.



amyorvin said...

I like to get some kind of oatmeal for all of the benefits it has and anything that smells good that's tear free.

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Carole L. said...

I always look for the most natural "green" ingredients in shampoos and conditioners. Nelson has sensitive skin so I don't want anything that makes him itch. I also love sweet fruity smells :-)



evie said...

look for all natural, cleaning, whitening....blackening, flea and tick...i have many types of shampoo, depending on where i am going and what i am trying to accomplish, i use whitening for the beards, feathers, and black shampoo for the bodies....i also use a homeopathic all natural flea/tick shampoo, ..my dogs have more hair products than i will ever have, i have several different types of conditioners, leave on conditioners, everyday conditioners, no wash shampoos, for quickies (for black and whitening)...mouse, hair spray, thickening for the feathers, etc. takes up an entire cabinet...i also have prescription shampoos from the vet for skin problems...



Anna Galanos said...

I want a strong fragrance if there aren't skin issues. If my dogs are particularly itchy, I want something soothing like oatmeal. If we have fleas, I have to bathe them everyday in flea and tick shampoo until it's under control with the pest company and using Advantage.



Cynthia Downer said...

I really like naturally scented shampoos that actually make the dog smell (lightly) like what the shampoo smells like. Too many bad experiences with buying a lovely scented shampoo, only to smell wet dog for the next three days.



Bassetmomma said...

Wouildn't this make my stinky hounds smell nice! :-)



Lisa F. said...

I have currently been looking for shampoos for my dog who has fur-loss.



Ashley Clark said...

We need hypallergenic things for my dogs



gail said...

i look for organic products
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pinkcottoncandy said...

All natural ingredients.



Tamra said...

We like using soaps/shampoos that have natural ingredients.



Catie said...

We have to use natural/gentle shampoos, since Dexter has had skin issues since he was a puppy.



Julie Bjerga said...

I seek natural, skin-soothing ingredients in grooming/bathing products since Ralphie has allergies, and also I always get a conditioner so his fur (which is already soft) is super soft and conditioned.

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cstironkat said...

I look for all natural non-irritating ingredients.



justicecw said...

I look for one that is not irritating to the eyes. Thanks for the chance, justicecw at hotmail dot com



Colleenincambridge@gmail.com said...

My Tyger LOVES baths!



pmh said...

I look for natural ingredients for my Trouble. I try to make sure I spend as much effort purchasing items for him as I do for ourselves. He is not just a dog, he is part of our family! hydpennym@gmail.com penny hyde



Trish B. said...

I look for natural ingredients for my rescued personal dogs and fosters. I want the shampoo to be gentle on their skin and also moisturize and cleanse.



larrielle said...

smell, protects him from tick and fleas, and/or keeping his coat white and fluffy



Katie said...

Oatmeal, anything all natural,the Shea conditioner sounds like it would be wonderful for Roxy and Molly's fur



Anonymous said...

All natural ingredients and grain free



Shelley P said...

I look for shampoos and conditioners that have all natural ingredients that are gentle and won't irritate the skin. I also look for essential fatty acids to help with a healthier soft and shiny coat.



Melissa B said...

Nautral, not too heavily scented.



Just Coupons said...

It is nice when products are Organic. I look for ones that are good for sensitive skin.



dog food said...

If your dog has an issue with fleas and ticks, then an all natural dog shampoo that is designed to eliminate fleas and ticks should be your choice.

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