Ingredient #1: Ensulizole, which is "Known to produce free radicals when exposed to sunlight, leading to damage of DNA..." You know what DNA damage is right? It's the cancer you're hoping to avoid by applying this product. Do better!
I have a white American Staffie who burns easily in the direct Colorado sun. I think this sunscreen overall worked in preventing sunburn, but it turned my dog yellow. Like yellow enough that people commented every time I used it and asked what was wrong with her. I am on the hunt for another sunscreen that doesn’t turn my white dog yellow!
I am very pleased with this product! To start with, it came wrapped in such a way that it could not leak. The sun screen smells good, is light and not greasy. The bottle sprays a fine mist. Best of all my dog does not mind it. I cover his face to spay on his body, spay it on my hand to apply to his face and ear leathers. After being treated he shakes once and goes on about his business.
My new Boxer/Italian Greyhound rescue has a very thin coat, white/pink/fairly hairless nose, chest, and paws. I like that I can spritz her chest and paws with this. It goes on lightly, doesn't have a strong scent, and so she does not try to lick it off which is good. I'm having a harder time applying to her nose (& avoiding her eyes!) because I have large hands and she has a small snout. I think the cloths (different vendor) might work better for that but they are way too expensive to use multiple times a day every day. I'm going to try spraying a cotton ball with My Dog Nose It and dabbing it on that way. Then I can just put a few in a ziploc bag for day-long outings. Cannot fully attest to sunscreen properties since I have no history with this dog yet, and summer is just now kicking in here, but I am definitely seeing fewer pink noses now.
We have not actually used it yet. Our dogs nose was blistered and we are waiting for it to heal. She has autoimmune lupus which we didnt know. It is the more common type. she cant be in sun cause of the uV Ray's. Our vet suggested sun screen but not human kind. I'm sure this product will work for her.
I love this, I mainly use it on my Dalmatians but I also use it on a husky, with the longer coats it works easier using a kong zoom brush
This sunscreen is thick enough it could probably be used on an adult. I’ve never used dog sunscreen before so I don’t know what it’s suppose to feel like. It’s great for nose and ears but my dogs hair is longer and it was very sticky. I even brushed his coat later to get it out and had to use water. Again, great for those sensitive areas though!
My bully has very short fur, with soft pink nose, belly, and toes. Spray goes on easy, absorbs quick. Not heavy, not wet, no smell. Super quick to apply.
He still seems to burn. Did not really care for this product