Soothing Oatmeal Shampoo for PetsFurry Friends™Unscented16 FL. OZ. (473mL)
Take care of your pet's coat with ATTITUDE Furry Friends™ Soothing Shampoo for Pets. Its formula made with natural ingredients such as emollient oats and moisturizing glycerin will make your pet's hair soft and healthy, while protecting its delicate skin. Perfect for washing your dog, cat or any other furry animal, this soothing vegan shampoo gently cleanses. Since it is unscented, even the most sensitive muzzles will love it. So, are you ready for a pet grooming session at home?
All our products are hypoallergenic — meaning they have minimal allergen content. We do experiments and extensive safety analyses to make sure they’re safe for sensitive skin!
Cruelty-free & vegan
All of our products are certified vegan — meaning no animal-derived ingredients. Ever. We’re proud members of PETA’s Beauty Without Bunnies program.
Curious how committed we are to the planet? Not only do we meet Ecologo’s standards, but we surpass them by avoiding environmental contamination at every step: from sourcing raw materials to producing our packaging.
Ever wondered where your plastic comes from — and goes? Our bottles are made with recycled HDPE #2 plastic, the easiest plastic to recycle!
Made in Canada
Each of our products surpass all Canadian quality and safety standards.
Aqua / water / eau, sodium coco-sulfate, glycerin, coco-glucoside, sodium chloride, sodium cocoyl isethionate, glyceryl oleate, cyamopsis tetragonoba (guar) gum, avena sativa (oat / avoine) kernel extract, sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate, citric acid.
- Made with natural ingredients: Contains emollient oats and moisturizing glycerin for a soft, hydrated coat.
- Hypoallergenic formula: Dermatologically tested.
- Certified by PETA: Cruelty-free, vegan conditioning shampoo.
- Biodegradable formula: Our surfactants are made from renewable raw materials such as coconut oil.
- Made in Canada.
Wet fur, apply shampoo, lather, then rinse thoroughly. Suitable for dogs, cats and other furry friends. Ask your veterinarian if you have any concerns regarding your pet’s skin condition.