This week we fielded a lot of questions from dog owners about ingredients. We loved it!
We did see a repeating theme: Thinking about your dog as a whole system and working to reduce their exposure to environmental toxins with the ultimate goal of lowering their risk to cancer and other health issues such as thyroid dysfunction.
Many of our customers explored the food their dog eats as a reaction to their dog having an allergy (dry, itchy skin being the most common). This is a great example of looking at your dog as a whole system. What goes inside them can have an impact on how they look on the outside (dry/flaky skin) or how they act (itching/scratching).
We put together 7 Steps You Can Take to Lower Your Dog's Risk of Cancer
This week Dogs Naturally Magazine posted a blog post we wrote that highlighted the 20 ingredients you do not want in your dog's shampoo. One of the comments in the Facebook page was from someone who wrote, "I've used Pert on myself for years. How long do I have?" While sarcastic, I admit to laughing.
As I was laughing to that comment, the phone rang. On the other end of the phone was Sharon who had lost three dogs to cancer. She wanted a list of EVERYTHING she could do to lower the risk of cancer on the latest addition to her family, a labrador.
The fact is, there is a very strong probability that your dog will die from cancer if you don't work to lower their risk. Only 5% of dog cancers are genetic; the remaining 95% are environmental and lifestyle.
Start today by using the infographic to lower your dog's exposure to environmental toxins.
4-Legger Certified Organic Dog Shampoo is an easy step you can take to lower your dog's exposure to toxins in grooming products.
Sodium hydroxymethylglycinate is a preservative based on the naturally occurring amino acid glycine. Does that mean the preservative is natural?
We've got the answer!
Learn the difference between essential oil and fragrance oil and discover how sensitive your dog may be to artificial fragrances.
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".
What does this mean? What is the intention of this misguided marketing phrase?