Bath time is inevitable for most of our cherished pups so it’s important to get them comfortable and ready for baths to make it a good experience for both them and you. There’s no guarantee that your dog will become a bath lover — but having them stay cool, calm and collected so they can […]Read the rest of the article
How to Groom Long Haired Cats It’s no secret that cats usually prefer to groom themselves. However, if you have a long-haired cat, he or she will probably need just a little help with grooming in order to stay comfortable and clean. This might sound daunting, but with a little bit of practice, the following […]Read the rest of the article
Easy Ways to Keep Your Pets Clean Without Water Your furry friends are like members of the family, so you want them to be as clean and fresh as everyone else in the house. Unfortunately, sometimes your pets just don’t want to take a bath. If this sounds familiar, you’ll be relieved to know that […]Read the rest of the article
Does your cat’s skin look red or is your little ball of fur always scratching? The problem might be sensitive skin. Cats are just like people and have a variety of skin types and issues. The good news is you can help treat and prevent your cat’s skin condition by using the right products. Causes […]Read the rest of the article
We already know that pets calm and soothe us, helping to reduce stress levels, lower our blood pressure, and also keep us in good shape (as long as we d0n’t keep couch-potatoes). As if passionate pet owners need additional convincing that dogs are good for our health, new research has found even more evidence that dogs contribute to better physical health, in the form of protection from asthma and other kinds of respiratory viruses.Read the rest of the article
If your dog is looking a little “hangdog” from the heat, we’ve got some solutions for you… that don’t involve putting him on ice! Keep your favorite Fido fresh in the blistering summer weather with our top five choices for the summer months, designed to tame itchies, soothe hot spots, moisturize, deodorize, clean, and refresh!Read the rest of the article
It shouldn’t come as a surprise to hear that we’re frequently asked for tips on how to bathe our four-legged friends and which products are best for which ailments. Fortunately, we have a lot of answers! To learn how often you should bathe your dog, why you should never use human shampoo on your dog, the best remedy for dry, flaky skin, and more, read on!
Are you noticing a lot more pet hair clinging to your clothes or tufting around the corners of your rooms? Don’t worry: you’re not alone! This just means spring is here! And hand in hand with the rising temperatures comes the shedding of those winter coats. It may surprise you to learn that short-haired dogs like labradors and pugs actually shed the most often and most continuously! And dogs with double coats, like a Siberian husky or Alaskan malamute usually shed once a year in the springtime (and sometimes also in the autumn) by “blowing” their coat with nature’s anticipation of the changing temperatures, which means that their fur will come out in huge chunks. We’ve combed through (pun intended!) our library of grooming tips to help you get a handle on the flying fur this season. Read on to find out how:Read the rest of the article
earthbath Natural Grooming Foams contain natural ingredients that are paraben-free, phosphate free, biodegradable and pH-balanced for sensitive skin. They contain gentle cleansers that whisk away dander and dirt, without the need for water, simply leaving the coat with a plush, show-quality shine. Just rub in, and towel off! Good stuff like shea butter, colloidal oatmeal, meadow foam seed oil and aloe vera condition and nourish both coats and skin. Another extra benefit is that the waterless nature of our grooming foams means that the natural oils in the skin are retained, making this a great product for dogs with sensitive skin!Read the rest of the article
There’s a common misconception that dogs don’t need to be groomed, or only groomed minimally, over the winter months. The (erroneous) belief is that a dog’s winter coat comes in and should be allowed to grow long to protect and warm the dog. In addition, because dogs, like humans, often follow a more sedentary and inside routine in the winter, many people feel that their dogs aren’t getting dirty enough to warrant bathing. But this is simply not true. In fact, in many ways, grooming over the winter months becomes even more important to the health of your dog than at any other time of the year. Long, wet, matted hair easily makes a cold, wet, and infection-susceptible dog. Simply follow these four grooming rituals through the winter to combat these winter pitfalls, and ensure that your dog stays comfortable, dry, and healthy!Read the rest of the article
Hair matters. Remember that old shampoo commercial: “Don’t hate me because I’m beautiful?” as the model swung her luscious, full, shiny mane of hair in slow motion towards the camera? Even as styles and even ideal weights and body sizes have varied throughout cultures and different eras, shiny, full, bouncy hair has always been desirable, and a sign of youth, health, and attractiveness. The dog with a pretty, shiny coat and the sparkly eyes will always be adopted first, over the dog with a scruffy, patchy coat with bald spots and dull eyes.
…Oh, did you think I was talking about women?
Over the years, we’ve gotten a lot of questions about what exactly makes earthbath a high-quality shampoo and what differentiates earthbath from the other brands on the market. When we started, we were asking these questions too, because we wanted to ensure we created the best product possible. A high-quality pet shampoo and conditioner must always have a few vitally important components. Read on to find out the four key things to look for in a top-quality pet shampoo.Read the rest of the article