Thursday, November 14, 2013

Organic Dog Grooming Rescue Pet Products | Product Review

When Rescue...Pet Products contacted me about doing a review of their organic pet grooming products, at first I was hesitant.  After all, we just don't do a lot of fancy grooming of our dogs and, in fact, we don't bathe them frequently.  In our house grooming means lots of brushing (and combing in Jeffie's case.)

However, after exploring their web site and talking more to the owner, I decided I like the philosophy behind their business.  Not only do they use all natural ingredients in their grooming products, they support rescue.

Rescue...Pet Products understood my hesitation and offered to send me:
  • a sample packet of Leave-In Conditioner
  • a Paw and Nose Balm Stick ($5)
  • Canine Cologne and Dog Bed Freshener  ($8)
Leave-In Conditioner can be used in between bathes to moisturize, clean and keep your pet fresh.  No water required.  You just rub it on your pet's coat and leave it in.   According to the web site, there are no toxic ingredients and it's non greasy.  It definitely smells good and is supposed to be good for doggie dandruff.  Though no one here has dandruff, this conditioner made Jeffie's coat much easier to comb.

Paw and Nose Balm Stick is pretty dog-gone wonderful!  It contains peppermint which not only smells fantastic, it soothes the skin and decreases inflammation.  Advertised as good for dry and cracked nose or paws, it made a difference on Rudy's rough pads.  In addition, it could easily help to desensitize a dog to having their feet touched.
Ingredients:  Shea butter, Coconut Oil, Peppermint Oil, Beeswax, Almond Oil, Vitamin E, Aloe Gel.
Rudy enjoy his paw pad massages with Rescue Pet Products Balm

Canine Cologne and Dog Bed Freshener comes in a swanky aluminum bottle with atomizer.  It comes in 4 scents for dogs: 
  • Patchouli and Cedarwood - rustic woodsy scent with some spice to it.
  • Mandarin / Tangerine / Lemon - crisply citrus
  • Frankencense and Bergamont - sweet and tangy
  • Jasmine and Neroli - fresh floral
We were given Frankencense and Bergamont, Rescue...Pet Products' most popular scent.  Ingredients:  distilled water, organic Vodka (natural substitute for ethyl alcohol), vegetable glycerin, 100% therapeutic grade essential oils.
Jeffie loves the smell of Rescue Pet Products Canine Cologne
Jeffie and Rudy are boys who are secure in their masculinity and they love perfume and cologne, so I wasn't surprised that they loved Rescue...Pet Products Canine Cologne.  In addition, the humans enjoyed the fragrance, too.
I'm pleased to recommend Rescue...Pet Products.  These hand crafted, all natural products can be found at the JB Ranch web site plus, you can follow them on Facebook.

Rescue...Pet Products are created and produced at the JB Ranch.  With a degree in Veterinary Technology and a passion for animals, Brittany (the B in JB Ranch) began developing organic pet grooming products in 2012.  They hope to one day own their own animal rehabilitation facility on the JB Ranch in Ohio.

* We received a sample packet of Rescue...Pet Products Leave-In Conditioner, a Paw and Nose Balm Stick, and one Canine Cologne and Dog Bed Freshener from JB Ranch Rescue...Pet Products in exchange for our honest review of their products.  We received no other compensation - financial or otherwise.

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  1. Sounds like a good company with great products, thanks for sharing!

  2. I prefer dead squirrel or flat skunk to those odors you talk about, but Mom might be interested ;) We normally just have a bath and that does the trick.

  3. I'm always hesitant to use scented products on Rumpy and DeDe. DeDe because of her many allergies, and Rumpy because he grooms himself. So, do these products pass the "safe to eat" test?

  4. They sound like great products. I love anything organic or all natural. We don't give our dogs a lot of baths either, so that conditioner could be nice...our older beagle Kobi gets dandruff in the winter. He also has a very dry nose and paws. I use straight coconut oil on both, but I think it wears off fast. Something a bit thicker might be better. Great review!

  5. Hi, I appreciate your writing. My suggestion- DON’T OVERLOOK GROOMING AND NAIL TRIMMING. Long coated dogs are prone to developing matts and ice balls in their hair. Overgrown nails are common in elderly dogs and can make it more difficult for them to walk. In addition, such nails are much more prone to breaking, which can be quite painful. thanks all!
    Best Wishes-
    Paula Jones


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