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skin & coat care tips for winter.

In cooler seasons, the temperature drops, there's wind, indoor heating and snow. These often lead to alteration of the skin barrier, which becomes more fragile and can lose its protective function. As a result, feelings of itchiness and discomfort, areas of dryness or even irritation may appear. 

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TIP #1 : DON'T SKIP REPLENISHMENT DAY

Colder climates can cause a dog's skin to dry, leading to itching, discomfort and vulnerability to flare-ups. In addition, longer coats often struggle to keep tidy and tangle-free. So if you haven't already, adding one of our products from the replenishing range is vital.

dog conditioner
conditioning mask for dogs
natural dog conditioner
dog conditioner
conditioning mask for dogs
natural dog conditioner
Conditioning Fur Mask
fur body oil for dogs
natural fur oil for dogs
dog fur coat oil
fur body oil for dogs
natural fur oil for dogs
dog fur oil
dog fur coat oil
Fur & Body Dry Oil
Dog Balm for paws
Natural dog balm
Moisture Balm itchy paws
Dog Balm for paws
Natural dog balm
Moisture Balm itchy paws
Lavender Moisture Balm

The Conditioning Fur Mask is ideal for regular use to help your dog during winter. With coconut oil, borage oil, argan oil and shea butter, you can rest assured their skin and coat will be getting a large drink of rich lipids.

FUR LOVE HACK! Once applied, brush through to remove any tangles and work into the fur follicles.

Needing a mid-week pick me up?
The Fur & Body Dry Oil adds fragrance, shine and protection to get your dog through winter. Tsubaki oil and sweet almond oil maintains hydration whilst adding a protective layer to harsh external elements. Did we mention it's a dry oil? No grease around here.

FUR LOVE HACK! Combine with the Conditioning Fur Mask or Moisture Balm to take replenishment to the next level.

Over the night chews and scratching noises? Apply the Moisture Balm often to reduce irritations and early signs of flare-ups.

Don't forget to rub both the balm and oil in your palm before applying for even coverage.

The perfect coffee table staple for those rainy nights on the couch. Two fragrances are available.

TIP #2: KEEP THE MUD OUTSIDE (WITHOUT NEEDING A BATH)

So you've ventured outside for that stormy walk, now what? Leave those muddy paws off the couch with two easy, no-bath-needed steps! Both kits are perfect for keeping your dog clean, comfortable and smelling beautiful. 

Products for smelly dogs
products for smelly dogs
Products for smelly dogs
products for smelly dogs

Keep It Fresh Kit

natural products for smelly dog coats
dog skin coat care
natural products for smelly dog coats
dog skin coat care

Minimum Effort Kit

SOAK VS SPRITZ:

Paw & Body Soak Pouch - 350g

- Deeply cleanses paws when the soaking method used
- Reduces itchiness and redness
- Easy for small dogs to use as a full-body soak
- Wipe down method can be used to cleanse the full-body
- Can be used a quick rinse after the park or beach
- Travel friendly
- No rinse is needed 

Micellar Cleansing Spritz

- Spot cleaner for paws 
- Reduces itchiness and redness
- Easy and quick way to cleanse all sized dogs
- Great for long or thick coats that take ages to dry
- Can be used around sensitive areas; skin folds, eyes, beards, butts and intimates
- Ready to use and travel friendly 
- No rinse is needed

TIP #3: ALWAYS DRY WELL

Want to know how to reduce paw licking/chewing, odour problems and itching? Leaving dogs wet can be part of the equation. Trapped moisture is uncomfortable, leading to excessive licking, chewing and scratching. It also creates an unpleasant odour. Letting them dry off in the sun is a common mistake, especially for thick or long coats, skin folds, paws and ears. 

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