Molly Mutt Nose How Good Dogs Should Smell
07/28/2010 AT 07:45 AM EDT
Molly Mutt has solved the age-old problem of clean dog meets smelly dog bed. After soaking our canine tester in the Wash Dog Shampoo ($15 for 16.5 oz.), which is gentle enough for puppies, we let him air dry and then misted him in the Soft Dog Coat Conditioner ($12 for 8 oz. spray). The soap was fresh and minty and didn't irritate our pup's eyes, but the spray left his whiskers smelling a bit like air freshener. Not to worry, the Fresh Dog Bed Deodorizer ($12 for 8 oz. spray) came through in the clutch: Though it initially had a similarly musky scent, eventually the bed's stinky-ness was replaced by serene whiffs of lilac and patchouli.
As if that wasn't sweet enough, you can buy the entire Clean Up Kit online for $35. If e-shopping isn't your thing, hundreds of retailers (in the U.S. and abroad!) carry the fragrant liquid remedies – and that's pretty doggone cool!
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