If any of you have a pet, I am sure you consider them a part of your family.
Dogs are often given baths with cheap, toxic shampoos. You certainly wouldn't use this stuff on your children, so why does your dog have to suffer?
Luckily, John Paul, from Paul Mitchell, offers a line of shampoos made for dogs. They have extensive knowledge on creating awesome salon products, and this carries over onto their pet products. 30 years ago John Paul DeJoria, co-founder of John Paul Mitchell Systems, revolutionized the professional salon industry by banning animal testing for his line of hair products. Even if you don't know much about John Paul, it is still very easy to peg him as a pet lover. I have seen him sporadically across social media platforms, websites, and television showcasing his love of dogs.
John Paul’s in-depth expertise in hair and skin care formulations also led to research in new standards for pet grooming and hygiene, which lead to the creation of John Paul Pet shampoos, conditioners, sprays and pet wipes. John Paul Pet shampoos and conditioners are pH balanced so they don’t irritate sensitive pet skin and the entire line is “tested on humans first” to ensure effectiveness and safety for all pets. To learn more about John Paul Pet, and John Paul himself, click here.
I recently got to try the Awapoochi line. This is John Paul Pets first set of pet products without Parabens and EDTA! How exciting is that? A dog shampoo I am not afraid of!
I loved the way it smelled, and especially the way it made Paddingtons coat shine. He was so soft and clean for all of 5 minutes before breaking free and running about the back field. Despite being dirty, again, he still smelled fresh and his coat looked immensely different. Paddy Bear loves baths, but tends to want to run around right after. Does your dog do this?
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