Cowboy Bath Bird-Dog Wash Cloths 20-Pack


Every working dog needs a fast way to get cleaned up after a few days in the wild.

The Bird-Dog Wash cloth is for every dog – not just bird dogs. Any dog that works or plays hard will inevitably come back a bit dirty and stinky. This unscented, resealable, 20-pack of dog wash cloths is designed to clean dogs without needing soap or water. They’re perfect for people that camp, hunt or travel with their dogs and don’t want to track dirt into the car, tent or RV at the end of the day. Bird-Dog Wash Cloths are made from an advanced PH balanced formula that effectively cleans all fur types. This formula when applied to our large, ultra-strong wash cloths not only removes dirt and oil from your dog’s fur but the thickness of our cloths make it simple to pull away burrs and stick-tights as well. Our blend of essential oils works well on either short or long fur and leaves dogs soft and shiny and is safe enough to clean ears and eyes. Take it from us, paws down, your best-friend will like this bath a lot more than your shower or tub.

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  • Resealable 20-Pack - Perfect for multiple dogs and multiple uses.
  • Ultra-strong cloth - Easily pull away stickers and burrs without hurting your fingers or pulling your dog's coat.
  • PH balanced formula - Specifically designed for all dogs and all coat types (long or short fur).
  • Non-Irritating - Safe for cleaning around eyes and ears.
  • Unscented formula - Perfect for hunting dogs where going natural is best.
  • Repurposeable - Yeah, this cloth will breakdown naturally eventually but why toss it in a landfill? Repurpose it. Use it in the shop. Or the kitchen. Or wherever. It's strong enough to hold up in a washer and it wants to get dirty again and again.

Water, Decyl Glucoside, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Coco Glucoside, Cannabis Sativa (Hemp) Seed Oil, PEG-7 Glyceryl Cocoate, Propylene Glycol, Diazolidinyl Urea, Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate, Citric Acid

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