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Vetzyme Moistourising Colour Shampoo

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Manufacturer: Vetzyme / Type: Dog Grooming

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      23.04.2010 19:13
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      Great stuff for the love of your life!

      Hands up who owns a white dog???? Anyone who does will know how beautiful they can look providing you put in maximum effort into them though if they are anything like my mates they have a life and no interest in being vain and like to sniff disgusting things not to mention roll in them! If you think your going to have a white dog all the time your totally wrong!

      My mate has 3 dogs one of which is a Japanese Spitz. If your not familiar with the breed they are a medium sized fluff-ball with a tail that sits on it's back Hers, Emily, is pure white...or meant to be should I say lol.

      Emily who is 3 is a pig and gets food everywhere! She is inquisitive and likes to run along the sea front and in mud and just the other day threw herself in a lake and had a jolly old time while me and my mate looked on horrified lol! She loves rolling in...erm shall we say dirt and keep it polite??? lol. She is a fairly lazy creature and loves to be loved but when the mood takes her she is a one and half stone minx and into things she shouldn't be for a white and pure looking mutt!

      My friend as I have already mentioned has 2 other dogs (sadly recently we had to part with the fourth which was a Samoyed and he was pure white too). One of them is a German Spitz and doesn't need to use this shampoo due to him being a sort of blonde colour and the other is a Papillion called Lexi who is black and white, totally active and I do use this shampoo on her too!

      The Packaging:

      250ml clear plastic bottle that has a flip-top lid to the top of it and which conceals a small hole. On the front of the bottle there is a photograph of couple of dogs (including a Dalmatian and why I used this on the Papillion) and I am told that it is Vetzyme, White Coats Moisturising Shampoo 'Works with the coat's natural colour' and that it should give 'Easier brushing', and that it is suitable for frequent use and contains glycerin & UV filter and the size is stated (as I've listed already). On the back label other information given includes being told a bit about the product, instructions for use are given, cautions are listed and contact details for Seven Seas Limited (the manufacturer of the product) are also given. Nice enough informative bottle this and easy to use etc.

      A Bit About The Product According To The Information Given On The Back Of The Bottle:

      A gentle cleansing shampoo which revitalises the brightness of white and cream coats. Enriched with glycerin which helps to restore condition, softness and shine and helps remove tangles for easier brushing.

      For:

      All white, cream & and lemon coats
      Will not affect darker or black spots
      Mainly white or cream background or patches
      Long, short & curly coats
      pH balanced for sensitive skin
      UV filter

      Using It:

      All you do to use this on a dog is to use it the same way as you would use human shampoo of course! Wet the coat, add a blob of the white iridescent looking liquid and rub until lathered up (which it does rather well) and then rinse and repeat if you feel you the need to, leaving it on the coat for a maximum of 5 minutes before rinsing it thoroughly off!

      The smell of this is rather nice. Indistinctive but fresh, natural smelling and slightly sweet it's simply a delicate fragrance. Depending on the size of your dog and the type of coat it has means the amount you need to use depends on that. I use alot more to get a lather going on the Japanese Spitz that I do the Papillion lets put it that way!

      It does go into lather easily though and is easy to distribute through the coat. I haven't felt it has harmed the dogs I have bathed at all though of course I do watch what I'm doing around the eyes and mouths of course. It rinses out easily and me, I usually do give them two shampoos with this each time I bath them just to be sure they are immaculately clean.

      Verdict:

      A great shampoo and me and the dogs like this one loads! Easy to use and leaves the dogs smelling fresh, above all they look really clean and their coats look rather glossy! I find this gently hydrates the hair slightly thus making them slightly easier to groom too which is a bonus.

      I would recommend this for white and cream coated dogs or for white dogs with black patches wholeheartedly on because it seems to really brighten the hair without bleaching it or anything and black or coloured patches seem to have a bit of colour renewal going on and they look refreshed and shiny too!

      This is a great shampoo and a must for my friends dogs who go to ring class with the hopes of one day winning some medals for being so special! (They are already of course though lol). All round it's a fabby shampoo and at about £3.17 a bottle in places like pets at home and all good pet shops I think this is a must have.

      Also available for brown and black coats.

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