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New Product: Frankie & Felix’s Blend No. 5 Waterless Shampoo

Waterless Shampoo

Introducing Houndztooth’s amazing new product

Here at Houndztooth, we’re always collaborating, innovating and bringing to life new ideas that help enrich the lives of our favourite furry friends.

And our latest invention? A natural waterless shampoo!

Oatmeal shampoo for dogs: why go waterless?

Specifically formulated with naturally-derived plant-based ingredients, Frankie & Felix’s Blend No. 5 Waterless Shampoo cleanses, cleans and nourishes your pet’s coat and skin.

A waterless, natural dog shampoo is a quick and easy way to wash your pup without the hassle of an actual bath. And the best part is that Frankie & Felix’s Blend No. 5 Waterless Shampoo isn’t only for dogs – cats can use it too!

Perfect for keeping cheeky bath-dodgers clean, our waterless shampoo is ideal for those times between grooming sessions when your furry pal has spots of dirt that need to be removed.

Waterless Shampoo

The story of Frankie & Felix

You might have noticed that a lot of our quality pet products have people names featured within their product names.

SPOILER ALERT: they’re not actually people names!

The ‘Charlie’s’, ‘Stella’s’, ‘Felix’s & Frankie’s’ (and others) that we include within our luxury pet grooming range are actually the names of dogs and cats that are – and have been – very close to our Houndztooth hearts.

A cat and a dog

Frankie is a beautiful French Bulldog and a recent addition to our beloved Houndztooth Ambassador’s family.

Felix is Frankie’s adopted brother from another mother cat – that’s right, Felix is a cat! A chocolate Burmese who grew up on Houndztooth’s founder, Rachael Tricarico’s farm. Felix had an amazing relationship with his doggo brothers and sisters.

Waterless Shampoo

Frankie & Felix’s Blend No. 5 Waterless Shampoo is made using 3 natural ingredients

1. Oatmeal

We use colloidal oatmeal, a superpower ingredient that nourishes and protects your pooch’s skin – making it the perfect addition to help soothe itch and irritation.

With finely-milled oats, it retains water and suspends it over the skin, keeping your pup moisturised and hydrated all day long!

A natural moisturiser, oatmeal shampoo for dogs is also beneficial because of its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

2. Australian almond oil

Promoting heart and skin health, almond oil is used as an exfoliant. It gently dislodges debris from deep within your dog’s skin and coat to prevent buildup or infection.

3. Essential oil blend of Manuka honey, nerolina & rosemary

Manuka honey: This oil is so packed full of healing properties, we don’t know where to start! From anti-dandruff and antibacterial, to anti-fungal and hypoallergenic properties, manuka honey essential oil reduces redness and heals itchy, inflamed skin.

Nerolina: Native to Australia, nerolina is gentle on the skin and has a very sweet scent. The oil’s unique absorption properties allow it to better absorb our blends (like our waterless oatmeal shampoo for dogs) into your pooch’s skin.

Rosemary: This essential oil absorbs excess oil on the skin to ensure your dog remains fresh and greaseless between baths. It also helps to protect against sun damage, making it absolutely essential for pups who like to bask in the sun!

Easy to use luxury dog shampoo

Because Frankie & Felix’s Blend No. 5 Waterless Shampoo has simple ingredients, we wanted to make sure that it also had simple instructions too.

Listed on our website, you can see the exact ‘How-To’ directions here.

Waterless Shampoo

>>> Purchase Frankie & Felix’s Blend No. 5 Waterless Shampoo <<<

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