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Size:16 Fl Oz (Pack of 2)

Burt's Bees has been a pioneer in developing nature-friendly health and beauty care products for over thirty years. We believe that pets are family, so we're bringing the same natural attention and care to your closest furry friends. Burt's Bees Natural Pet Care now brings nature's solutions to our beloved pets with a specially formulated line of natural grooming products including shampoos, conditioner, sprays, wipes, and treatments. Burt's Bees Natural Pet Care products are made using 80% post-consumer recycled bottles. Tap into nature's power with Burt's Bees Skin-Soothing Shampoo for Dogs. This effective dog shampoo calms your companion's coat with nature's finest ingredients. This naturally nourishing formula taps into honey's natural ability to ease irritation and encourage wagging. Burt's Bees shampoos for dogs help you groom your pet with gentle, natural ingredients that keep your doggy naturally fresh. It's made with some of nature's finest ingredients for your peace of mind and your canine's well-being. Free of colorants, this dog soothing shampoo is pH balanced for dogs. As is typical with natural formulas, this skin soothing shampoo doesnA’t have a strong scent outside of the main ingredients or a strong lather because we donA’t add in artificial fragrances or chemicals to any of our products. Burt's Bees Natural Pet Care is made in the United States without parabens, phthalates, petrolatum, SLS, or synthetic fragrances. Discover natureA’s best for your pets! Directions: Apply shampoo liberally to your dog's wet coat. Work from head to tail, while carefully avoiding eyes. Rinse thoroughly and towel dry. For any open wounds, we recommend Burt's Bees Soothing Hot Spot Spray. Store in a cool, dry place. YOUR SATISFACTION IS OUR PRIORITY: If you have any questions or feedback on this product, please reach out to us at info@fetch4pets.com


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