Gee, Your Fur Smells Terrific Dog Shampoo Bars (On a Leash)

This is my favorite fire hydrant. 
Anybody who is anybody goes by it 
at least twice a day. 
It's a symphony of smells. 

Since I'm a Labrador retriever, I love water and having a bath is a pleasure for me—but baths are even better when I get lathered up with a Gee, Your Fur Smells Terrific Dog Shampoo Bar.

Haley specially formulated it for me using oils that aren't toxic or irritating for dogs. Having stuff like avocado oil and cocoa butter in it might make sick since I do have the tendency to lick my fur.

She used plenty of castor oil for a great lather that would rinse easily, olive oil infused with calendula and flax seed for soothing skin conditioning and jojoba oil so I have a sleek, shiny coat.

And my fur really does smell terrific thanks to the essential oil blend she used. And the lavender makes me feel happy and calm, the peppermint, petitgrain and cedarwood repel fleas and the cardamom makes me feel—and smell—sexy. The bitches love it!

Why not whip up a batch for your pooch? It'll make you both happy. And if you put the bars on a leash, they'll dry better and be easier to store between baths. Just use a corkscrew to make the hole.

That's Hudson in the background. 
He could use a bath with a 
Gee, Your Fur Smells Terrific Dog Shampoo Bar. 

He could use a bath period. That dog stinks.

Gee, Your Fur Smells Terrific Dog Shampoo Bars
Makes a one pound batch at 6% superfat

1.5 oz. castor oil
2.5 oz. coconut oil
.5 oz. jojoba oil
3 oz. lard
3 oz. olive oil pomace infused w/calendula and flax seed

3.9 oz. water
1.4 oz. lye

Prepare as you would any cold process recipe. Optional: make a pencil line of with powdered peppermint leaves for a little contrast.


  1. What a great site! Thank you for sharing your soap recipes for our fur ever friends.

  2. Thanks Kitt! I think I'll need to share some biscuit recipes for pampered pooches as well.


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