EAR CLEANING SOLUTIONS: Gentle, alcohol-free dry and wet ear relief solutions are specially made with non-stinging ingredients like calendula, aloe vera and chamomile to effectively clean and sanitize your dog's ear canal.
DENTAL CARE GEL: Made with neem oil, grapefruit extract and enzymes, this all-natural gel whitens and brightens your pup's teeth and removes plaque and tartar to help keep his breath fresh and clean.
MOISTURE MIST CONDITIONER: Simply mist your pet until wet and then softly comb through your pup's fur for effective relief from dry, flaky, itchy, raw skin conditions. It's a fragrant leave-in spray made with sage, aloe, cucumber and vitamin B to gently detangle your pup's hair and fur.
WATERLESS DOG BATH: This no-rinse foam cleanser is made with neem oil and aloe vera to moisturize and effectively clean your pet's skin and coat. It's easy and quick to apply, without the need of water for wetting or rinsing.
SHAMPOOS: Vet's Best Hypo-Allergenic Shampoo is an all-natural tearless, soap-free formula made with aloe vera and vitamin E to gently provide calming relief for dry skin and seasonal allergies. And the Oatmeal Medicated Shampoo is a potent, yet soothing formula made with oatmeal, tea tree oil and vitamin B5 plus potent salicylic acid to eliminate flaky dandruff. This solution deep cleans to clear clogged pores and and restore the beautiful sheen in your pup's coat.
HOT SPOT RELIEF: Every foam, shampoo and spray for hot spot relief is formulated using tea tree oil, aloe vera and chamomile to relieve itchy, dry and irritated dog skin. They're gentle, non-stinging and alcohol-free, yet potent enough to immediately start the healing process. When used together, these all-natural botanical treatments provide triple the protection to not only relieve your pup's discomfort, but also leave him smelling fresh and clean.
WARNING!!!! I have determined this product to be dangerous to felines. I bought a bottle before where there were no issues, and I thought it was a fantastic product, this was through Amazon.com. After this transaction, I said hey lemme pick some up from my favorite ONLINE pet supply store (I am also hesistant to continue ordering my animal's heart worm medicine now through chewy). Well long story short (no way a coinendence with all the "concentrated" objects I started seeing before either) the bottle i purcheded from chewy was too concentrated, without me knowing, and after using on my cat I got sick and my cat turned yellow and shirveled up and is hardly eating or drinking now!!! BEWARE!!!!! the inconsistency of this product can be toxic to your animal! i read the reviews in other places but did not believe it due to my first good encounter, but this product needs to be removed off the shelves as quick the gang stalkers of concentraters around me.
I like this shampoo! Cats smell so nice after I wash them with it, and they do not have an adverse reaction.
This helps with my cats dander she has a long coat of hair and it does such an amazing job keeping her coat clean. I am a huge fan. Keeps going up in price but this stuff is worth it.
Don't waste your money getting this "cat formula" It is exactly the same as the dog formula but for more money and less product!
My 12 yr old Maine Coon son is now an old man kitty - his long beautiful 5 inch hair (not fur, it's hair) gets a bit 'musty' from time to time. He has always loved to be brushed - he will tackle you when he see's you holding a brush......He gets daily wipe downs with Huggies baby wipes (unscented - has to be Huggies he says) but when there is a need for a BIG JOB at the back door - I have found this waterless bath is THE TRICK. It has a gentle smell which does not affect his kitty asthma and it makes for a quick 'catch and wipe down of that private area' that does not upset him so bad......Have tried many waterless shampoos over the years and this is our tried and true product. We always keep an extra bottle in the supply closet - sure can't run out of a necessary product when it comes to the baby. Thank You CHEWY for providing the BEST for our kids.
Why on earth does it have NEEM OIL in it?? I googled it, having never heard of the oil before, and it describes it as having a "bitter taste," and a "garlic/sulfur" smell! It's also used as an insecticide (though according to Google) deemed "relatively safe" for cats...which I don't find terribly reassuring! But I have used this waterless shampoo on both my cats and they didn't seem to bother them.... I also find the smell quite pleasant (though cats of course have different likes and dislikes than an inferior human's nose) and it smells a bit like my shaving gel which (no surprise) has oatmeal and aloe in it, just like this shampoo. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯not strong, just pleasant to (my) nose. I don't see my cats grooming themselves excessively to try to rid themselves of the scent (but then, it's also supposed to be "very bitter" (a la Google again). 4 stars for the weird ingredient, but overall seems to be a good product (especially for my aging and less-grooming cat).
I read the reviews about ppl saying it stunk and some didn’t and felt torn and decided to just give it a try. Now when you smell it out of the bottle it’s very light and doesn’t smell that bad. When you put it on the cat it is light and doesn’t smell that bad. When it dries it turns really strong potpourri floral old store smell, and yes now you have stinky cat who really needs a bath. The only thing that was okay is my cat has never had a bath and she really liked the feeling of the foam on her body which I was not expecting. But there are other foams out there.
I bought two bottles on the premise this would keep my two cats clean. After using it on both I couldn’t see a difference. I don’t like this product.
I used to use this on my cats - it works - and made their fur clean. Then I kept googling "waterless shampoos for cats" - this product contains "essential oils" - cats are not supposed to be exposed to any kind of essential oils because they make cats sick and can kill them!! Do not use any products that have essential oils on your cat!!
I got this because my cat gets a bit stress during grooming and nail trims. I used a flour sack cloth to aid in drying time because I knew he'd probably lick his fur after brushing but once applied and massage in he was ok with the brushing and drying part. Being the holidays I couldn't tell if the cinnamon smell was from the holiday candles or from this until after drying. It's not unpleasant but clove, peppermint and cinnamon can be toxic essential oils according to ASPCA so this will certainly be used sparingly and under supervision. I won't allow him to lick until he's dry. I wish I'd known these were ingredients before purchasing as I prefer not to use essential oils ON my animals. I only saw these listed on the VETS BEST website.