Whats in our products & how you should use it!

Our Waterless pet shampoo has been enjoyed by loads of dogs, cats, horses, rabbits, hamsters, donkeys and even foxes! It is safe to use as often as you need.

How to Use

  • Apply liquid to affected areas (use a sponge if you like)
  • Massage in, the liquid will foam up and break down dirt and oils
  • Take care not to get the liquid in ears or eyes 
  • Thoroughly towel off
  • TADA! One clean and amazing smelling pet!

Ingredients (and the translation!)

- Aqua

(water! You have to use the latin name by law but its still just water!)

- TEA lauryl sulphate


There? All clear now? No? Okay, so TEA lauryl sulphate is a cleansing agent that helps oils and dirt mix with water , this helps bring the muck off your pets coat so it can be towelled away. Completely safe at the concentration found in our products and only mildly irritating at higher levels. 

- Propylene glycol

This ingredient helps soften the fur and condition it. It is a mineral oil that has been used for decades in everything from food and cosmetics to drugs and chemicals. Pharmaceutical grade Propylene Glycol is completely safe for use, approved by the World Health Organisation and FDA. Not to be confused with industrial grade which can be harmful.  

- Cocamidopropyl betaine

This is what makes our product foam up! Its a wonderful ingredient made from coconut oil that cleanses and makes the fur feel soft and wonderful. Is it safe? Its coconut oil!

- Phenoxyethanol

Remember when we said our products are Paraben free? Well this is what we use instead. This ingredient acts as a preservative, it fights bacteria and in the concentration we use it is completely safe. It is also found naturally in green tea!

- Parfum

No, not our atrocious smelling, just another instance of the law requiring us to use latin! Perfume/Parfum its all the same and it makes our shampoo smell amazing!

- Alkene glycol

This ingredient is a softener, rather dull but it does the job and has no harmful effects.

- Disodium EDTA

ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid, can't imagine why they refer to it as EDTA.... This ingredient binds metal ions  which helps to prevent deterioriation. Essentially its a preservative with a needlessly long name! 

Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)

You can download the rather boring safety data sheet here


If you have any questions at all then please don't hesitate to get in touch. We respond the same day because its only polite!