PS Razzle Dazzle Whitening Shampoo
Having a dog is an enormous responsibility. From the moment they enter your life you are responsible for taking care of all of their needs - physically, emotionally, mentally. Having a white dog adds another level of dedication to this commitment. Whether this is your first white or lighter colored dog or the breed/type you have always had, Razzle Dazzle is a natural dog whitening shampoo for white dogs that's dedicated to helping you keep your dog looking their brightest and giving you more time for enjoying your dog, not constantly bathing them.
Maximum Cleansing Formulation Brightens Tenacious Stains to Next Level White
- Reduces Tear & Facial Stains*
- Helps Get Rid of Pee & Poo StainsBye
- Bye to Grass & Grime Stains
*Eradicating tear and facial stains isn’t a one-step process. If it were that easy, we'd be sharing the one step and shouting from the rooftops! We do have ways to lessen and even prevent facial stains before the coat is actually stained. You can find them in the info section!
- Dazzles stains and discolorations out
- No bleach, no dyes, no blue hands
- Deep cleans without drying skin or coat
- Oh, so easy to rinse out
- Brightens whites and revitalizes grays and silvers
- Restores vibrancy to any coat color
- Coats stay pettably soft
- Ready to use
- Safe for dogs, cats, puppies and kittens over six weeks of age
The Secret to Achieving Razzle Dazzle White Dogs
Hint - Pretreat! Pretreat! Pretreat! Pretreating tough stains on our pets helps achieve the optimum brightness level. Like your mom told you to do with white clothes...pretreating works. Once again, your mom was right.
CONTAINS: Water, Coconut derived cleansers (Ammonium Laureth Sulfate and Coco betaine), Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Aloe, Rosemary, Glycerol Stearate, Borax Mineral Powder, Fragrance (Botanical Essence of Bergamot, Water Lily, Jasmine and Heart of Rose), Optical Brightener, FD&C Violet #2, Citric Acid and Silver Citrate.
8 oz or 16 oz bottle
PS Clean Dog Faces
White and lighter colored dogs often have visible reddish, rusty looking tear stained areas. This is a multi-pronged issue and cannot be remedied by wiping their face off. Tear-stains on dogs that are already visible cannot be removed completely, unless you bleach the hair, cut the hair off or it grows out.
Dogs with bigger, rounded eyes create more tears than dogs with standard almond shaped eyes. They just do. My flat-faced, round-eyed cream French Bulldogs would have a tendency toward tear staining, while my snow white Great Pyrenees had absolutely none.
The more tears your dog creates, the wetter their face will be and the more prone to tear staining they will then be. Tears oxidize with air and create rusty looking stains. IMHO, what the dogs is fed also contributes to the tear staining (more on that in a bit).
Of course, thoroughly cleaning the dog's eyes and face will help the appearance. Some of the lighter staining will be removed and your dog's face will look brighter. Cleaning a dog's eyes and face also loosens some of the stained, weaker hair and removes it, which also lightens the fur.
There are gentle bleaches and hydrogen peroxide mixtures, but using anything with active ingredients around eyes can have risks and we don't recommend that.
Proper Care for Naturally Removing Dog Tear Stains
- Wipe your dog's face clean with a warm washcloth and a bit of PS Razzle Dazzle White Shampoo to remove built-up debris and dirt
- Rinse, rinse and rinse again
- Pat dry
- Double check that face is completely dry
- Gently apply PS Boo Boo Butter to the irritated area, avoiding eyes. While PS Boo Boo Butter has no harmful active ingredients, it may sting if it gets into eyes (as anything will sting)
- PS Boo Boo Butter helps protect the hair from further staining and moisturizes the dry, brittle damaged hair
- Each time you wash your dog's face in this manner you should see improvement. As the stained hair grows out, you will keep the new growth clean from the start
Keep Tear Staining To A Minimum From Within
Of course, nobody wants to wait for the changes that come about via diet changes. It can take 2-4 weeks (at least) to see changes and they may be subtle. But once you get a handle on this it will make it easier to maintain.
- Change diet to a grain-free food with no dyes or color enhancers
- Treats should contain no dyes or color enhancers
- Consider a fish-based food. Eliminate chicken, which can be problematic for many dogs.
- While a food change is not guaranteed to eliminate tear staining, it is a relatively easy thing to try first. We gotta say it, if your dog is on a specific diet, consult your veterinarian.
- One More Time: Dog tear stains are HARD to remove, even naturally. The hair can be brightened and look better with the steps above, but the hair has to grow out or be cut to get rid of the stained areas completely. Just like some red wine or coffee stains are impossible to get out 100%, removing your dog's tear stains naturally can be tough.