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Monday, January 13, 2014

Viva la (Dog) Spa!





















Uhh...is it that TIME AGAIN?? I see the huge efforts the sapiens take into making bath time fun for us canines but a bath is a bath is a bath no matter how you dress it up!
Read more about my Ruckus Report on Viva La Spa for Dogs to see the many ways sapiens attempt to make bathing less painful.


1) Petite Puppy Shampoo (Powder Puff)
Current Price $9.99

2) Spritz Grooming Spray (Powder Puff)
Current Price $8.49

Really? That time again!?

For Science! (and good smells!)





















3) French Moroccan Oil:

Argan Oil! Good for dry and scaly skin. Also good for small patches of extra dry coat. My sapiens won't lie, it also made their hands silky smooth!




3) Travel Kits:

Available in Cucumber Melon and Oatmeal Mango, are nice little handy grooming kits on the go! Each pack contains a shampoo and conditioning spritz 2-ounces each.








4) Rescue Me! Deep Conditioner:
Now this one is for me! It's made especially for any dog with very dry or MATTED coats. The website states that it is made for Poodles, Cotton de Tulears, Maltese, Shih Tzus, L'Hasa Apsos, Bichons, and Bedlingtons...and even people?! Pretty cool...except they forgot about us American Eskimos!






5) Devotion  Fragrance:

Even though I'm a male, my sapien would use this on me. She seems to enjoy the soft floral scents with a hint of raspberry.











Read more about the rest of the travel packs.



Woof,

Ruckus the Eskie

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29 comments:

  1. Sissy does not like baths either but I bought one of the dog wash attachments for the shower and that makes it much easier on both of us.

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    1. Oh that's nice! My sapiens are too scared of my fur clogging up the drainage so much of my bathing is done outdoors. Good thing for california weather!

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  2. I hate the Bword too, but I'll suffer it if there are treats involved.
    And those products sure sound nice:-)

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    1. No bath is complete without the treats at the end!

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  3. I love the argan oil from Viva La Dog Spa! I reviewed it last year...Ma even posted photos of me in the bathtub. So much for privacy.
    *high paws*
    Oz

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    1. It's great! The argan oil is the best. My sapiens love it too. Sometimes I wonder who they think it's for!

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  4. ohh, these look nice! We're always looking for new grooming products for Rocco's luxurious coat! Your coat looks fabulous!
    Diane

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    1. Thanks Diane! The shampoo works really well for my fur. The puppy version..even though I'm approaching age 3!

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  5. Oh we love Viva La Dog Spa and have featured them before, they are great! Dakota loves them!

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  6. Terra uses some of the Viva La Dog Detangler and it smells so good and works so well.

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    1. That's also a good one! Especially helpful for my horrible mats. So much grooming for all of us is cut down.

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  7. Wow you look nice with all that spa.

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  8. Those products look luscious!!

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  9. Yuck to bath time!!!! Gggrrrrrrowls!
    But the products look super cool though!
    ((husky hugz))
    "love is being owned by a husky"

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    1. Seriously! My sapiens call it a spa but it's still the Bword!

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  10. It looks like good stuff if you like spas (we don't!). Lee and Phod

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    1. Hahah! Spa is a sneaky word for a fancy bath!

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  11. Hisses to baths!!!!
    Mom would love theze productz though!!
    Siamese smotherz!

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    1. Yes! Your mom would love the oil. Smooth hands says my human.

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  12. I hope you enjoy all those good grooming goodies!

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    1. Brian, Lucky you are a cat. Don't have to worry about this!

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  13. Lucky you are a cat. Don't have to worry about this!

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