Dog Shampoo Soap

Extra gentle formula including Neem oil. 

  • This soap making oil has been used for thousands of years for a large variety of uses. 
  • It has anti-bacterial, anti-septic & anti-viral properties and said to be beneficial to eczema, psoriasis, and burns. It is an anti-parasitic which makes it a powerful natural insect repellent. 
  • Contains Vitamin E and produces a moisturizing handmade soap with a stable lather. 

The oil is thick, brown, non-toxic with an earthy, musty odour reminiscent of peanuts and garlic. I'll be honest with you, it doesn't smell like roses! However, it is worth putting up with the smell for it's beneficial properties. Includes essential oils of citronella, eucalyptus, lavender, pepermint and rosemary. 

Essential Oils

I am a strong believer in the power of essential oils. With that being said, it is important to note that the use of essential oils on pets is sometimes the cause of debate. I have carefully researched each oil that I use and made sure that they are safe for use on dogs (many are not!). They are very diluted and are to be used with care.  Ingesting the soap can be very toxic to your dog, so keep the soap where your dog cannot get to it. Using a bath mitt with the soap inside of it during bath-time can be a safer approach to bathing your dog. 


*Comes with a convenient rope to wear soap on your wrist during dog's bath. 

*Sisal Soap Saver Bag pictured is available separately (see accessories category)


No added colorants. 


Net Weight 4.5 oz. / 127.6 gr

Trial size 1 oz / 28 gr 


Dog Shampoo Soap

  • Olive oil, coconut oil, canola oil, neem oil, castor oil, sugar, sodium gluconate, essential oils of citronella eucalyptus, lavender, peppermint, rosemary. 

  • Wet the dogs coat thoroughly. Using a bath mitt, insert the soap into the mitt along with your hand. Using your other hand, agitate to work up a good lather.  Using the bath mitt, lather the dogs coat, being careful to not get it in their eyes or mouth. Rinse thoroughly. Follow with a vinegar rinse, or conditioner. Rinse thoroughly. 

    Vinegar rinse; Add 1/4 cup vinegar to a quart of warm water and stir. Pour evenly over dogs coat. Rinse. 

    To extend the life of the soap, place remaining soap bar well out of reach of the dog and dry thoroughly on a well-drained surface. Keep dry.