Finding the best organic dog shampoo should be easy.
Your key to success is in knowing one simple fact: The FDA does not regulate the term "organic" in pet grooming products. In fact, no one does. That's right - nobody.
Any manufacturer who develops pet grooming products can use the word "organic" on their product label or in the company name to trick you into thinking their product is organic when in fact, it is not!
Manufacturers are so good at developing these fake marketing claims that most pet parents can't tell the difference between a true organic shampoo and an imposter. Take our short quiz to see if you can tell the difference by looking at the labels.
Why is it so important to find a true organic dog shampoo?
The fact that you've taken the time to learn the difference between an organic imposter and a true organic product says a lot about the love you have for your dog and that you truly care about the health of your best friend.
We started 4-Legger after losing a dog to cancer. It was easy to find better treats and food but it wasn't easy to find a truly safe dog shampoo. Greenmarketing made us so angry we started our own company to educate pet parents about marketing practices, ingredients, and to offer safe and non-toxic products pet parents could trust. Learn more about 4-Legger! Our belief in product integrity and ingredient purity is the cornerstone of our mission.
We get it. Finding a true organic dog shampoo is hard. That's why we've made it easy!
4-Legger develops certified organic dog shampoo in compliance with the National Organics Program using the highest quality ingredients selected for safety and low environmental impact.
Give your dog naturally healthy skin and coat with 4-Legger Certified Organic Dog Shampoo and save 20% on your first order!
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You are on a mission to find the best dog shampoo for your fur baby. You are spending hours doing ingredient research to find a safe, non-toxic, and beneficial dog shampoo.
You run into the phrase "chemical free dog shampoo".
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