Sirius Dog Shampoo Avon

Avon products go beyond people

Talk to almost anyone about their pets and it’s easy to see how highly they are regarded as family members. (For us, it’s our dog Titus.) So when I say Avon takes care of more than just the family, this includes some four-legged friends as well. Today I’ll tell you about three products that help us take better care of Titus. They also save us money.

Let’s start with the shampoo. Periodically Titus goes to the groomer because we don’t always have the time to do the thorough ‘teeth-to-tail’ cleaning ourselves. But let’s face it; grooming prices are going through the roof! It’s why we only do this every 4-6 months. Now while they do a good job, it seems like within a few days of being groomed, Titus starts to scratch again! This is where Avon’s Sirius Groom Shampoo for Dogs comes in.

It’s pH balanced formula contains a soothing oatmeal extract with a long-lasting scent. The oatmeal extract relieves the itching and comes in two scents – Berry and Baby Power. We don’t want Titus to smell like a berry so we prefer the Baby Powder.

Another ‘tool’ is the Sirius pet bath massager – an easy-to-grasp waterproof brush that massages loose hair and skin away. It doesn’t matter if he’s wet or dry, Titus loves the treatment!

Finally, Sirius has a Groom Odor Eliminator. This is meant for fabric and carpet surfaces only, NOT the pet. It’s great for furniture, car seats, pet beds, etc. Only in Baby Powder scent, it uses rice and barley to neutralize and absorb odors. Because it doesn’t go on animals, it works for other pet odors too. The combination of these products allows us to extend the time between professional groomings. It gives us more time, money, and a happier dog!

Let me know what you do for your dog and how it works for you. Like a famous ad says, we know “they’re worth it!”

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