Rusty, it’s time to scrub up with Wildwash dog shampoo

From the day Rusty the future Hearing Dog arrived at our house at 8 weeks old he couldn’t stay away from water and mud!

I cannot go for a walk without him heading for nearest puddle filled with mud and if he spots a river he cannot wait to get in it!

Do you remember this ‘mucky pup’ post?

This has meant our winter walks have been rather wet, muddy and lots of washing off when we get home.

During the summer hasn’t been as bad but he still managed to get grass seeds, sticky balls and all sorts stuck in his fur, so we need a good dog shampoo to help me out. I don’t use shampoo on him every time I wash him but sometimes he really does need it!

 ‘dog & pup’ offered me the chance to try out Wildwash dog shampoo for sensitive coats, puppies and kittens

I knew this dog shampoo would be perfect for what we wanted.


I need a dog shampoo that isn’t full of chemicals and that is kind to his coat.

When I am using it more often to clean out muddy fur it needs to be kind to his coat.

Wildwash dog shampoo is 100% natural and has pure essential oils, it can be used on puppies and kittens. Considering I am volunteering with the Hearing Dogs and will only have puppies in our house this shampoo is great for me and the puppies.

As you can see from the following pictures Rusty was a little grubby and smelly after a country park walk and river swim

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You can see from this picture Wildwash dog shampoo is very clear in colour, which is probably down to the fact it is 100% natural and no nasties in it. It is lovely to know what I am putting on his coat isn’t doing any damage to it.


I did think that maybe because there wasn’t any chemicals in it that it wouldn’t wash well or wouldn’t lather up well, but I was wrong.

It lathered up well and spread far, Rustys coat is very thick so does take some shampoo to wash him with but I used less than the normal because it spread well and lathered up well.


There isn’t a smell to it as it is so natural and for sensitive coats, but I don’t mind that. The smell wouldn’t last with Rusty very long as he probably would roll in something!!

Wildwash dog shampoo is priced at £15.00 which is quite pricey but it will last you a long time.

Rusty loves a good blow dry too, look at him lifting his head whilst his neck gets blow dried and brushed!!


The end result……..

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Lovely and fluffy…….although for how long?

Rusty got some lovely dog treats after that ‘dog & pup’ also sent us too which you can read about.



*We were sent the dog shampoo to try out and review but all my opinions are of my own and honest

'Rusty, it’s time to scrub up with Wildwash dog shampoo' have 5 comments

  1. August 26, 2014 @ 2:53 pm Boo Roo and Tigger Too

    It’s amazing to see what a difference a good wash can make to a dog
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  2. August 26, 2014 @ 2:55 pm Kim Carberry

    Aww! How adorable! It looks like he scrubbed up really well x
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  3. August 26, 2014 @ 7:49 pm Kate @ Family Fever

    What a difference! Lovely to be able to use something natural on their coats. Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested
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  4. August 26, 2014 @ 8:18 pm Colette B

    Oh my dogs your dog is bloody gorgeous!
    I’m lucky that our Thomas (a boxer) doesn’t really do getting wet and dirty!
    Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested
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  5. July 8, 2015 @ 1:25 pm Norma

    Bravo! This is a great product! The dog looks really nicely cleaned! 🙂 Thank you for sharing!


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