Welcome to Doggie Naturals

Love Your Dog Naturally

Our Dogs Talk to Us Everyday!
They tell us it’s time to eat, it’s time to play and that they love us. They even tell us when they have a problem, but sometimes we don’t hear them.
Doggie Naturals wants to help you listen so you can help them with some common doggie issues.
Problems solved

The Problem


Healthy dogs need to shed – just NOT all over the house, your furniture, and your clothing.

You and your vacuum don’t have to battle hair constantly.

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The Problem

  • The main reason your dog itches is not allergies. A yeast infection is not an allergy.
  • Some grass and weeds are just prickly by nature and any of these may cause itching.


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The Problem


Have you noticed your dog licking his (her) paws or chewing them raw?

Do your dog’s paws smell like corn chips? Does she smell bad even after a bath? That is yeast.

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The Problem


Every ear problem is NOT an infection that needs antibiotics.

Holding their head off to one side, digging at or shaking the ears are all telltale signs that your friend may have pollen or weed particulates and need a rinse.

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The Problem

  • Normal Hound Smell
  • Wet Dog Smell

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Dont forget:

Doggie Foaming Shampoo

It makes me huggable.

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Questions & Answers
How does it work?
It serves as an organic release agent. The dead, shedded hair, which is so inter-twined with the live hair, is now all released at once. The brush can now capture all of the loose hair instead of that frustrating brush & brush forever syndrome.
If my dog licks the product, will it hurt him/her?
No. It is made from plant material & essential oils that are proven safe in the levels used in our formulations.

Bear always licks it & likes it!

Why is Doggie Anti-Itch different?
The unique choice of our essential oils in combination with plant-based materials cause a synergistic strength that is more readily/rapidly absorbed into the pores.
Why do dogs need digestive enzymes?
The truth is that all dogs need digestive enzymes. Simply put, the carnivore in the wild would always get his digestive enzymes from the stomach and small intestine of the herbivore (his prey) in order to be able to make use of the fruits and veggies consumed by that herbivore. A balanced diet.
Why should I wash out my dog’s ears?
It is a matter of hygiene. Weed particulate, pollen and even bugs can enter your dog’s ears. This is not an ear infection to warrant a trip to your Vet. If left “dirty”, your dog may dig at his ears, giving way to a real ear infection. Keep them CLEAN!
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  Courtney & Chris I am not a person that typically buys into the natural hype, BUT we have 2 big dogs that shed enough to create an entire additional 65 pound dog weekly! I was vacuuming and sweeping daily and we still had dog bunnies rolling down the hardwood floors.  Not to mention the…

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ OUTSTANDING products! I highly recommend them for all fur babies!

Katrina R., Mckinney TX  I have been so pleased using Doggie D-Shed and Doggie Anti Itch! I have a non-shedding dog (poodle mix) and he loves being outdoors. That often means he gets dirty, matted and at times itchy. NO problem! I spray a little, rub it in and aaahhhhh, he again looks good and…

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ..Results were amazing..!

Ginny, TX Meet Moose. Moose has suffered from severe allergies for years. We have tried everything to relieve the constant itching and the painful skin lesions. In the fall of 2015 our vet put him on a very expensive drug made in Belgium. This drug at $100 a month did not touch the painful skin lesions…

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