Sunday, September 13, 2009

Time to Wash the Critters




The temperature was predicted to hit 80 degrees today ( and who knows when it will again) so I decided my horse and my dog both needed a bath. Popped a bar of my Essential Oil Dirty Dawg Soap out of the mold and filled the kiddie pool. After bathing Buddy the One Eyed Yellow Lab I decided that Dirty Dawg would work just fine on a dirty horse. Well my old friend Max looks and smells just great! So, its official: Dirty Dawg also does a great job on a Dirty Horse! ( Avail @ www.1846housesoaps.etsy.com)

7 comments:

  1. those little bones are adorable!!!!

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  2. Thanks! Actually those a pretty big bones ( 5 .5 ounces) Don't have them up yet, but am working on "little bones" in a Paw Print Bag (for humans) for the Golden Retriever Club of America Online Store. We'll see how they sell!

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  3. Yes, those bones are very adorable!

    My dog hates baths though; she wants to smell like carrion instead. darn dog. :>

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  4. Most creatures do Teresa! My horse was trying to roll before I was even done with him. And the dog rolled in the wading pool and took me with him.( Knocked my knees out from under me from behind) Think I said something a bit stronger than darn dog, but you get the idea!

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  5. Your doggie soap is nice and your packaging is great too. I do the same doggie bones. Great soapmakers think the same! LOL

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  6. Delores, What do you call a dog bone soap that is intended for use by humans? Stuck on a name for "People Bone" soap order for GRCA. Any ideas??

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  7. After hemming and hawing around, decided on "Pampered People" for the name of the little paw print bags of bone guest soaps.

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