Lower Your Dog's Risk of Cancer by Reducing Their Exposure to Environmental Toxins

July 12, 2016

Lower Your Dog's Risk of Cancer by Reducing Their Exposure to Environmental Toxins

A simple way to reduce your dog's exposure to environmental toxins and decreasing their risk of cancer is by using 4-Legger's all natural USDA certified organic dog shampoo.

We developed 4-Legger after losing a dog to cancer and realizing that only a very small percentage of dog shampoos on the market really are all natural, safe and non-toxic. 

To demonstrate our commitment to ingredient purity and product integrity, we took additional steps to receive independent third party oversight. We wanted you, the consumer to have absolutely no doubts about the quality and safety of our products. 

Every ingredient and all products are independently reviewed to ensure compliance with the USDA organic standards - the highest standard a product can achieve. 

We aren't your typical dog shampoo company - we're better and safer! 

You'll love it as much as we do or you'll get your money back. 




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