Bath time with Pet Head

Over the past couple of weeks we have been trying out a range of Pet Head products. They have every pamper product a dog parent could need! For starters, they have a whole range of shampoos that each have specific purposes so you certainly aren’t low on choice. 
It has to be said that Maximus really isn’t a pamper loving dog.. so when he realised that the dreaded ‘bath time’ was taking place in his garden he was rather unimpressed! 

These are the shampoos Pet Head kindly sent us. However, they also do a puppy shampoo, de-shedding shampoo, and shampoos specially for flaky and itchy skin. 

Oatmeal natural shampoo 

This is a very natural shampoo blended with oatmeal, aloe vera and vitamins E & C. It aims to heal and protect sensitive skin. Jojoba oil and oatmeal work together to moisturise the skin and soften the coat. This shampoo is a good option if you have a dog who suffers from sensitivity, this is particularly common in dogs like West Highland Terriers. 

Furtastic blueberry muffin shampoo 

This shampoo is the perfect choice if you own a dog with a long haired coat and/or a curly coat. Once used your dog will be left with a tangle-free, soft, silky coat. Calendula extract is used to help restore softness and sooths the skin. Oat protein leaves the coat fuller and healthier. 

I was interested to see the difference it would make, after a walk Max can look quite scruffy.. he definitely doesn’t look so dapper! 

Before bathed, unbrushed
After bathed, brushed
 

Max’s coat felt much smoother after using this shampoo, it also looked more fresh and flourished. I was very happy with the results. 

White Party brightening shampoo 

This shampoo has Argan Oil in it which nourishs and strengthens your dogs coat. Natural citric acids, Vitamin B3 and the delicious orange scent makes their coat look shinier with a healthy glow. 

For these photos I decided Oscar was perfect to use as he has white fur. Typically, we’ve had lovely weather these past few weeks so I couldn’t get a good ‘muddy-clean’ comparison. This really put the shampoo to the test. The results really surprised me considering he was already clean. 

Oscar really was glowing, his coat was much shinier and looked healthier.

Before bathed
After bathed
 

Dirty Talk shampoo (for those mucky pups!)

This shampoo uses baking soda and ordenone which works together to neutralizes odours. It delivers a much fuller and luscious looking coat by using vegetable protein extract and hydrolysed soy protein. 

I decided the ideal opportunity to do a comparison in this dry weather was when we were down in Essex for the week. We were by the coast and when the tide is out the shoreline can be quite muddy. I used this to my advantage, and so did Max… 

After a bath with Pet Heads ‘Dirty Talk’ shampoo he was nice and clean and back to his fluffy self. We are lucky with Maximus that he doesn’t roll in fox poo, but a friend from Instagram has told us that this shampoo was very effective for that purpose. In fact, they even said that it’s been the only shampoo they’ve tried that has actually taken away the strong, unpleasant smell so it’s really worth trying out! 

Pet Head also have conditioners and a wide variety of sprays like detangling sprays and deodorising sprays. Last but not least, they also offer paw butter and wipes. The pawfect set of pamper products for your pooch!

Pet Head sprays are something we use regularly now. Their scents are:

  • Strawberry yoghurt 
  • Strawberry champagne 
  • Blueberry muffin 
  • Watermelon

Our favourite has to be blueberry muffin… yum!

We sprayed Maximus with their detangling spray which worked wonders, his coat was much smoother, silkier and smelt delicious! 

The Paw & Body wipes are a convenient alternative to bathing your dog if you’re short of time. 


I highly recommend purchasing a Pet Head product. There’s so much to choose from, I guarantee you’ll find something for your pooch!

Charlotte & Maximus x

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