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Vet’s Best Sun Relief Spray helps to protect your pooch from harmful rays.
May 12, 2011 10:36 am | By Zootoo Editor Flinn D.
Just like humans, pets need sun protection too. But somehow the thought of getting your Fido to stay still while you slather goopy lotion all over his skin seems to take the fun out of summer outdoor excursions. Not to mention the frenzy of self-licking that the goopy lotion may inspire.
Fortunately for owners looking for sunburn protection for their dogs, the folks at Vet’s Best have devised a sunscreen for dogs with their Vet’s Best Sun Relief Spray. As is usual with most of the products from the company’s line, the formula makes good use of natural products, such as aloe vera to soothe any sun damage your pet may have already incurred, and titanium dioxide, a naturally occurring oxide and effective guard against sun damage.
The convenient spray bottle makes it easy to apply the sunscreen to your dog in an even coating, especially on hairless areas and all over for light-haired dogs. Be mindful of the spray’s directions to use your fingertip only when applying to your dog’s face, but don’t be shy about making sure you get those hard-to-reach places – which are, ironically, also prone to burning — such as the tip of your dog’s nose and the inside of his ears (especially for dogs who have ears that stand up).
Owners will also be relieved that Vet’s Best Sun Relief Spray is alcohol-free, which helps prevent stinging, and gives some peace of mind in case your dog does lick himself after application.
Bottom line: before hitting the outdoors in the bright sun, help protect your dog with this convenient, natural spritz.
Pros: Good sun protection for your pet; natural ingredients; easy-to-use spray.
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