Friday, 11 July 2014

John Paul Pet Care Gift Pack Giveaway!


The writer of this guest post is a proud mother of two fur babies. They have two dogs, who are both eight. Eldorado, who is a mixed breed of Blue Heeler and Welsh Corgi. They have had her since she was eight weeks old and also, rescued a pure bred Blue Heeler named Boozer, five years ago. 

She writes: I am very big on taking care of my dogs the best I can. I don't like just using any product on them because I have noticed that it dries out their skin. My dogs have had issues with "hot spots" in the passed after going into certain lakes. 


So, after they got out of the lake the last time they jumped in for a swim, I wanted to get them into the bath to get any kind of parasites washed off them immediately. I decided it was the best time to try the John Paul Oatmeal Shampoo. After a little bit of a struggle with Eldorado (bath time is not her forte) I got her in the tub first. I must say, I started off over all impressed with the scent. It wasn't to overpowering. It was just a nice scent. I also think that the oatmeal helped soften her fur up quite a bit. She has a few patches of more wire hair. After all was said and done, I decided it was doggy spa day. I proceeded to bathe Boozer, but that little ham loves taking baths. He didn't even try to shake out all over me. 


My dogs don't typically have problems with gross stuff being stuck in their eyes due to their breed, but they do get fairly gross ears. Typically they don't appreciate when I am trying to clean said ears out. Whether I use liquid or what not in their ears, they both tend to run from me. So, I took out an Ear and Eye wipe. I first let Boozer sniff the wipe. I am pretty sure he thought it was a baby wipe. So he sat down, and I started working on his ears. These wipes take out a lot of grime without putting your pet through any stress at all. 


Last, I wanted to brush them out, and make them look fabulous, so I decided to use the conditioning spray. After having a hard time spraying Eldorado, I ended up brushing a lot of loose hair out of her. Afterwards, she looked like she had lost a good ten pounds. Boozer and Eldorado both had a nice shine on their coats for the next week easy. They smelled great. 

I love that these products can be bought separately, or in a three pack special right on the website.  



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Disclaimer: One of more products may have been given to the guest blogger, in return for an honest review. Mom's Gone Bronson was not compensated for this post and is not responsible for the prize fulfillment in this giveaway, that falls down to the host and their sponsor. All opinions are the guest posters own and your opinions may differ. Thank you! 

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