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Product review: Puppy & Kitten Shampoo

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A natural pet shampoo perfect for your puppy or kitten

Finding a safe and gentle product for washing your new puppy or kitten can be daunting. Thanks to our new naturally-derived Puppy & Kitten Shampoo, cleaning your furry new family member just got easier!

Our latest Australian-made natural pet shampoo is specifically formulated to be low-irritant and gentle on your youngest pet’s skin. This vitamin-enriched blend harnesses the power of natural ingredients to soothe and cleanse simultaneously.

If you have a furry new family member in your home, our Puppy & Kitten Shampoo is the natural pet shampoo for you.

We use only natural ingredients in our new Puppy & Kitten Shampoo

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Goat milk

Packed full of triglycerides and essential fatty acids, goat milk has the powerful capacity to keep your pet’s skin hydrated and their coat shiny and soft.

Goat milk has been proven to be gentle enough to use on human infants’ skin, and safe to use on your puppy or kitten.

Just one of the many natural ingredients we use in our natural dog shampoo, goat milk is a gentle exfoliant that removes dead skin cells to allow for new, healthy ones to grow.

Aloe vera

Aloe vera is renowned for the soothing properties it contains. As a key ingredient in our Puppy & Kitten Shampoo, it works to soothe irritation and hydrate and moisturise the skin and coat.

Perfect for your new puppy or kitten’s delicate skin, aloe vera will heal, nourish and clean – all at the same time.

Almond oil

Another of our favourite botanicals, we love almond oil because it is loaded with Vitamin E. This helps to eradicate dirt and other debris from the skin.

Almond oil slowly releases moisture into the skin over a long period of time, keeping your pet’s skin and coat hydrated for longer.


Lavender is loved for its capacity to calm both animals and humans alike. With anti-inflammatory properties, this essential oil works hard to help relieve muscle soreness and soothe any stress your pet might be experiencing.


Cedarwood is another grounding gentle essential oil that can help to soothe and calm your dog. With antiseptic and antifungal properties, it can also be used as a topical for gently treating minor skin conditions and keeping fleas at bay.

Green tea

An excellent topical for dogs with delicate skin (and also used in our Charlie’s Blend No.3), this antioxidant-rich ingredient is the perfect addition to our Puppy & Kitten Shampoo.

Green tea essential oil works gently to keep your pet’s skin free from debris, promote new cell growth and maintain optimal health for their coat.

Cats and essential oils don’t always mix

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Many essential oils can be toxic to cats. In fact, we specifically formulated our new Puppy & Kitten Shampoo with recommended percentages of lavender, cedarwood and green tea essential oils so they are safe for our feline friends.

Here’s a list of essential oils that may be toxic to cats:

  • Tea tree oil
  • Peppermint oil
  • Cinnamon oil
  • Ylang-ylang oil
  • Pine oil
  • Wintergreen oil
  • Sweet birch oil
  • Any form of citrus oils

For more information, we recommend talking to your vet about essential oils (and other substances) that could impact your new kitten’s health.

Houndztooth have the Puppy & Kitten Shampoo for you

With our gentle, low-irritant Puppy & Kitten Shampoo, we know that the littlest (and furriest!) member of your family will be clean, comfortable and content after their next bath.

For tips on washing your new puppy or kitten in the colder months, check out our related article here.

Purchase our Puppy & Kitten Shampoo for your pet today

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