Herbal Protection Spray for Dogs

8 oz bottle

Retail Price: $15.95


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Why You’ll Love It

An herbal alternative to chemical products, Dr. Harvey's Herbal Protection Spray is a safe, gentle, and effective alternative to toxic chemicals and synthetic ingredients. Made with real herbal extracts in a base of Witch Hazel, it smells fresh and delicious. Spritz your dog's collar, leash and body before or after walk for gentle protection.
SKU: 855033000851

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Ingredients

In a Base of Witch Hazel, Catnip Oil, Erigeron Oil, Neem Oil, Citronella Oil, Cedarwood Oil, Geranium Oil, Eucalyptus Oil, Organic Rosemary Extract


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