Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Paw's Choice

I am always on the search for the best products for my little pup, Franklin. Recently, I was introduced to Paw's Choice. I have had the opportunity to try out there Tear Stain Remover as well as their Dry Dog Shampoo and I wanted to share my experience with all of my readers who have pets.

     Franklin is a poodle mix, but he is heavy on the poodle part. He comes with all the typical problems that poodles come with. He has pretty bad allergies and his eyes are constantly watering. He always has little goo balls in the corner of his eyes, getting embedded and staining his white fur.
     I jumped at the opportunity to try Paw's Choice Tear Stain Remover and put it to the test. I love it is all natural, derived from coconut. No worries that the product will be harmful. I used a cotton pad, the kind I usually use to remove my eye makeup, and soaked it in the tear stain remover. I set it gently on his eye, making sure it was closed first. After letting it sit for 15-30 seconds I gently rubbed the cotton pad for another 15-30 seconds and then tossed it in the trash. I was surprised how much junk the tear stain remover was able to remove or soften enough for me to remove with my nail. I will continue to use the tear stain remover on Franklin once to twice a week to keep the goo from forming and staining around his eyes.
     If you have a pet that's eyes water a lot or have tear staining, I recommend you try Paw's Choice Tear Stain Remover.

     Another product available through Paw's Choice is Dry Dog Shampoo. I had never heard of such a thing and I was very intrigued by the concept. The idea is to keep your dog fresh and clean in between baths. I would love to be able to bath Franklin more often but it would be too drying on his skin and it is quite a bit of work to bath a dog! Sadly, this product was not a hit for me. I think the major reason I didn't love this product is because Franklin has such thick, curly fur and I couldn't move the product through his fur to get an even application.
    I really liked the mango-pomegranate scent and the fact that it is also, all natural and derived from coconut. I think that dogs with other types of coats could benefit from this Dry Shampoo, but I wouldn't recommend it for owners with breeds similar to mine.

*Disclaimer: I received these product free of charge in exchange for my honest, unbiased opinion. I was in no other way compensated for this post. The above opinions are strictly my own, based on my experience with the product.*

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