GENTLE TOUCH FRENCH BULLDOG PUPPY SOAP TENDER CARE FOR YOUR NEW PUPPY
GENTLE TOUCH FRENCH BULLDOG PUPPY SOAP keeps your puppy, senior and dog with sensitive skin blissfully clean
FRENCHIE PUPPY ALERT! How can you even leave to go to work when you have a FRENCH BULLDOG puppy to play with? It's time we had new dog parent paid leave! You've probably shopped for puppy food, toys, bed, maybe a crate and now you realized...this bundle of puppy love is gonna get dirty! Pssst - did anyone tell you Frenchie puppies are packed full of mischief and sass...get ready! Argghhh, now I want a puppy.
GENTLE TOUCH FRENCH BULLDOG puppy soap is also ideal for adult Frenchie with more sensitive skin. And at the other end of the age spectrum, GENTLE TOUCH SOAP is ideal for senior dogs. Just like people, as your Frenchie ages her skin becomes more sensitive and fragile.
Use as often as needed for French Bulldog puppy perfection or to keep your sensitive senior Frenchie fresh and clean.
Handcrafted using Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Organic Palm, Shea Butter, Castor Oil, Oatmeal for Gentle Exfoliating and Fragrance Free
GENTLE TOUCH FRENCH BULLDOG PUPPY SOAP
- Handcrafted in the USA exclusively for The Blissful Dog
- Each bar is 3.5-4 ounces of bathing fun
- Includes a storage tin
- Stamped with The Blissful Dog seal of approval. Literally!
FRENCH BULLDOG Puppy label
DOWN & DIRTY DOG BATHING TIPS
DOWN & DIRTY DOG BATHING TIPS
- First, don’t rush. Make sure you have plenty of time to make bath time positive and maybe even fun. If you feel yourself getting frazzled, stop and breathe.
- Determine where the bathing will take place. The kitchen sink or a laundry tub may work for your smaller dog. Large dogs may require the bathtub or shower. If weather permits, bathing your dog outside could be a fun family event
- Gather your supplies prior to the bathing extravaganza
TIP: YOU ARE GONNA GET WET! ACCEPT IT AND DRESS ACCORDINGLY
- SUPPLIES – Your choice of Blissfully Clean Dog Shampoo or Soap, towels (at least three), cotton balls, collar & lead (if needed), yummy dog treats for after bath, wine/chocolate for your job-well-done after bath treat (if needed)
- Use an encouraging happy voice (use that baby talk voice, yeah, we all do it) and talk to your dog throughout the bath
- Put a cotton ball in each ear to keep water out – this is a biggie and will save you potential ear infections and expense
- Wet your dog thoroughly from the ears back with lukewarm water (not hot)
- Tip: DO NOT squirt water into their face…dogs hate that! Use a washcloth or small bath puff for face cleaning
- Grab your shampoo/soap and work up a lather
- Start behind their ears and massage the suds into their coat from ears to tail (don’t forget their toes)
- Rinse, rinse, rinse and then rinse one more time just to be sure!
- Towel dry very gently
- Let your dog shake – they really, really want to, so let ’em have a good shake! It's part of being a dog
- If you used soap put it on a soap dish, let it dry, then pop back in its tin
- If needed, blow dry with a very cool setting. If you will be drying your dog often invest in a special dog blow dryer
- Praise them, pet them, make this a FUN occasion
- Most dogs have the rip snorts after a bath! Let them run!
- Treat yourself to a job well done! Have that glass of wine or treat of your choice
SCIENCE OF DOG SHAMPOO
The Best of Nature & Science for Blissfully Clean Dogs
Time for Canine Coat Science Class
Grab your lab coat and pocket protector, we are going full-on geek! First, let’s cover how our products work…from a scientific point of view.
The #1 Secret to Blissful Dog Coats Is Closing Open Hair Cuticles
Dog skin creates oily sebum which coats each hair cuticles and locks in moisture. This is a good thing, but every bit of dirt that floats by sticks to the sebum. Shampoos and soaps wash the sebum and its dirty passengers away (another good thing), but it leaves the hair cuticle open and fragile (bad thing).
Our shampoos clean in the manner appropriate for each coat type, while lessening the impact on the actual hair cuticle. We also replace the sebum with conditioner which protects the hair cuticle without attracting the debris that natural sebum does.
Making the World More Positive...One Hair of the Dog at a Time
A dog’s coat and skin are naturally negatively charged (-), so when rough, dry hair rubs together the negative hairs repel each other and creates static. This results in fly-away, static hair…which creates more breakage as the fragile hair is snagged and torn by all the other open hairs. Using a conditioner breaks this negative bond, allowing the hair to flow naturally…no static.
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