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'Oodle & Curly Coat Dog Shampoo
Lenny's Blend No.6

Original price was: $79.95.Current price is: $55.96.

ALOE VERA | EUCALYPTUS | PEPPERMINT

Introducing Lenny’s Blend No.6 ‘Oodle and Curly Coat Dog Shampoo, the ultimate solution for maintaining your dog’s luscious curls and texture! Our unique blend is specially formulated with nutrient-rich ingredients that work to retain the curl and texture, while adding volume to the coat.

Our conditioning agents also act as a detangler, making it easier to handle your dog’s coat and improving flyaway control. This means that drying your dog’s coat will be faster and easier than ever before!

Say goodbye to tangles and knots with Lenny’s Blend No.6 ‘Oodle and Curly Coat Dog Shampoo. Our formula is gentle and effective, ensuring that your furry friend’s coat is left soft, shiny, and healthy.

Trust us to keep your dog looking and feeling their best!

 

Size

e500ml / 17.6fl.oz

Aloe Vera
Eucalyptus
Peppermint

Introducing Lenny’s Blend No.6 ‘Oodle and Curly Coat Dog Shampoo, the ultimate solution for maintaining your dog’s luscious curls and texture! Our unique blend is specially formulated with nutrient-rich ingredients that work to retain the curl and texture, while adding volume to the coat.

Our conditioning agents also act as a detangler, making it easier to handle your dog’s coat and improving flyaway control. This means that drying your dog’s coat will be faster and easier than ever before!

Say goodbye to tangles and knots with Lenny’s Blend No.6 ‘Oodle and Curly Coat Dog Shampoo. Our formula is gentle and effective, ensuring that your furry friend’s coat is left soft, shiny, and healthy.

Trust us to keep your dog looking and feeling their best!

 

Size

e500ml / 17.6fl.oz

Product Benefits

Lenny’s Blend No.6 ‘Oodle and Curly Coat Dog Shampoo provides numerous benefits to your furry friend’s coat, making it an excellent addition to your grooming routine. Here are some of the benefits of using our shampoo:

Retains Curl and Texture: Our nutrient-rich formula works to retain your dog’s natural curl and texture, ensuring that their coat looks and feels its best.

Adds Volume: Lenny’s Blend No.6 adds volume to your dog’s coat, giving it a fuller, more luscious appearance.

Detangles Hair: The conditioning agents in our shampoo act as a detangler, making it easier to brush out tangles and knots in your dog’s hair.

Makes Drying Easier: Our shampoo also makes drying your dog’s coat faster and easier, reducing the amount of time it takes to groom your furry friend.

Controls Flyaways: The conditioning agents in our formula help to control flyaways, ensuring that your dog’s coat stays neat and tidy.

Natural Ingredients: Lenny’s Blend No.6 ‘Oodle and Curly Coat Dog Shampoo contains natural ingredients, including peppermint, eucalyptus, and geranium essential oils.

Pleasant Aroma: Our shampoo has a pleasant aroma, leaving your dog smelling fresh and clean after each wash.

Overall, Lenny’s Blend No.6 ‘Oodle and Curly Coat Dog Shampoo is an excellent choice for pet owners who want to keep their furry friend’s coat looking and feeling its best. Try it today and see the difference for yourself!

Proudly made in Melbourne, Australia. 

 

 

Grooming Tips

Suitable for “Oodle and curly coat dog breeds.

Nutrient-rich to retain the curl and texture, adding volume to the coat.

Conditioning agents act as a detangler, making drying the coat faster and easier to handle, improving flyaway control.

 

 

Ingredients & Aroma

Aloe Vera
Eucalyptus
Peppermint
Geranium

Aroma
Peppermint, eucalyptus and geranium essential oils.


Ingredients

Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe) Leaf Juice, naturally-derived surfactants, Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil, Eucalyptus Globulus Leaf Oil, Prunus Amygdalus (Almond) Oil, Pelargonium Graveolens Oil.

No SLS or EDTA
Palm Oil & Paraben Free
No Artificial Colours
No Harsh Ingredients
Australian botanicals
Australian essential oils

 

Directions for Use

Wet coat thoroughly, then apply shampoo to the palm of your hand. Work throughout your dog’s coat. Rinse thoroughly and dry. For best results, shampoo twice and follow with our ‘No Knots’ Detangler spray.

Use in combination with our detangler or one of conditioning sprays.

 

 

The Houndztooth Promise

Our grooming products are carefully and intentionally crafted, using only the highest-quality naturally-derived ingredients. We hold ourselves to a higher standard, to provide your companion with pH balanced, cruelty-free, pet-friendly products. We promise never to use harmful or untrusted additives in any of our grooming supplies.

 

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