The Dog One - fragrance free shampoo bar
Soap free shampoo bar for dogs with no added fragrance
Formulated for a shiny, healthy coat and pH balanced to your dog’s skin to minimise irritation and dryness. Shea Butter to nourish and moisturise, being fragrance free it's suitable for dogs with sensitive skin.
Soap free | Sulphate free | Palm free | pH balanced for dogs
Aroma: no added fragrance
Easier to use than juggling a bottle while holding a wriggling dog - this bar is soap and sulphate free, creating a gentle lather – making it easier to rinse out.
It’s not soap!
Why? Because a dog’s skin is a neutral pH, around 7 and bar soap is alkaline, a pH ranging from 8 to as high as 12.
Using a product that is too alkaline on your dog’s sensitive skin can cause dryness and itchiness. Canine skin is thinner than human skin and if their natural pH level is disrupted, irritation and infection can occur.
It might look like soap, instead we've used natural plant based ingredients that work just as well without the risk of irritation.
Click here for The Dog One with Neem & Lavender - with a subtle, natural fragrance
Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Kaolin, Shea Butter
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This product is 100% plastic free
Questions we get frequently asked
Can I use this shampoo bar on all types of dogs?
Yes, it works well for a variety of coats including curly and long hair. If your dog has a long or a thick coat, you might want to give them a brush first to remove tangles and excess hair.
How often should I wash my dog?
The RSPCA advises at least once every three months. Although it depends on lifestyle and if they get muddy, salty from the ocean or roll in fox poo. Dogs with short coats should be fine to be washed every few months, whereas long hair breeds can need more regular washes.
Is this shampoo bar suitable for puppies?
A puppy’s skin is more delicate and prone to dryness, so washing with lukewarm water alone is best. If they are muddy or there’s been an accident, rub the shampoo bar in your hands first rather than directly on their coat, so it's diluted.