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Pet Releaf Skin & Coat Releaf Itchy & Dry Skin w/ Aloe & Oatmeal Dog CBD Shampoo

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$19.99
UPC:
860008876713
SKU:
571380

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Dogs can find relief from hot spots, itchiness, and dryness with Pet Releaf's CBD-infused shampoo designed specifically to help irritated skin. Say goodbye to dry, patchy, skin and hello to a healthy, itch-free coat.

Product Highlights:

  • Plant-Based - Limited Ingredient with Full Spectrum Hemp Extract
  • Supports delicate, reactive skin, Reduces sensitivity, Promotes long-term skin and coat health
  • Organic CBD Infused
  • 100 mg CBD per Bottle

About The Manufacturer

In 2011 when Alina and Steve Smith’s collie mix Mattie was suffering from arthritic pain, they knew there was a better way than opioids to ease her pain. So they set out to find a natural remedy and Pet Releaf was born.

Ingredients

Organic Full Spectrum Hemp Extract, Organic Aloe, Organic Oatmeal.

Instructions

Shake well before using. Massage skin & coat releaf shampoo into wet coat for 3-4 minutes. Rinse and repeat. For best results follow with Pet Releaf's Skin & coat conditioner.

Warning

Safe for dogs over 8 weeks. While Pet Releaf's products are tearless, it is still a good idea with any product to avoid eye contact whenever possible. If contact or irritation occurs thoroughly flush with clean water. Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed by humans consult a physician; if swallowed by pets consult a veterinarian.