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Tropiclean Neem Dog Shampoo

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20 oz


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Product Summary:

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Tropiclean Neem Dog Shampoo

When your dog’s struggling with itchy, irritated skin, find relief fast. Soothing Neem Shampoo by Tropiclean contains natural oils and herbal essences stop the itch and start the healing in no time. This rich, coconut-based formula produces a high volume lather that cleans deep, helping to eliminate “doggy” smell and leaving behind a sleek, shiny coat.


· Great for relieving discomfort due to minor skin irritations such as flea or tick bites
· All natural, botanical blend is soap and detergent free
· Deep cleans and deodorizes
· May be used as a degreasing agent
· Contains neem and sesame oil to relieve skin irritation and discomfort
· Eco-friendly packaging made with recycled materials

Item Specifications:

20 oz.
1 Gallon
2.5 Gallon


Water (Aqua), Azadirachta Indica (Neem), Sesamum Indicum (Sesame), Mild Coconut Cleanser

Product Reviews by Customers

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She's an indoor dog but when she goes out she comes back scratching so I'm hoping this will help her with the scratching.
IRENE B on Nov 11, 2014
I bathe my pup relatively often because he has had skin issues since he was rescued. He no longer needs medicated shampoo but I wanted to use something that would enhance the quality of his skin and coat. The neem content and coconut scent sold me.
Mindy C on Mar 11, 2014
All natural flea and tick control. Chemical pesticides can cause seizures in dogs and cats.
ALICE M on May 23, 2014