Oh when such an easy post drops your way! As you will know, I’m obsessed with dogs (animals in general really but especially dogs), and I’ve used the Malin + Goetz Dog Shampoo on and off since it launched in 2014. Honey’s coat is what is called ‘apricot’ which is more of a strawberry blonde shade that goes lighter in summer and darker in winter. Although, thankfully, she’s never been tempted by a muddy puddle, lighter coats get dirty more quickly so frequent showers are inevitable. I try not to be too fussy and over wash her – she doesn’t like it any more than I do – but she certainly needs a gentle shampoo that cleanses without stripping her fur or making her skin itchy.
There is definitely a difference between dog shampoos especially for curly coat dogs – I’ve tried all sorts and some do leave Honey’s fur feeling quite dried out which obviously makes for terrible curls! We all love her best when she is soft as a beanie baby, newly washed and dried – it’s impossible not to cuddle her.
When I met Andrew earlier this year, virtually all we talked about was dogs! Both M+G owners, Andrew and Matthew are dog lovers with their own beloved rescue pug, Mr Greenberg. The reason I’m flagging Malin + Goetz Dog Shampoo is that the brand is now supporting Battersea Dogs & Cats Home with £1.66 of each sale of dog shampoo going to Battersea. It will soon add up to a very meaningful support – this stuff sells and sells to pet owners all over the world. It wouldn’t surprise me if it was one of their best sellers. It’s £22 HERE.
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