Friday, May 11, 2012

Happy Tails Giveaway Event **Closed**


Welcome to Happy Tails Spa Giveaway Event hosted by Two Little Cavaliers, and sponsored by Happy Tails Spa! This event begins on May 15, 2012 at 12:01am EST and will end on May 29, 2012 at 11:59pm EST.

Over 65 bloggers have come together to bring you some amazing natural spa products for your dogs. Each blog is offering one or more fantastic Problem Solving Products for the Modern Dog. All of the products offered by Happy Tails Spa are Eco-Friendly, All Natural, and Cruelty Free.

Be sure to hop along to each of the participating blogs for an even bigger chance to win all of the products that you feel your dog would benefit from.

This is one of the 2 products that I got to review on Charlie, my Yorkie, who for some reason, just hates taking a bath! He runs to me every time Mike gets ready to give him a bath, he knows right away what is going on when he hears the water running in the bathtub! But, Happy Tails Comfy Dog Oatmeal Conditioning Shampoo is exactly what Charlie needs. Yorkie's have a tendency towards dry skin so this great shampoo is formulated to help relieve some of that itching. We can always tell when it's time for a new bath by how often he scratches himself.

Happy Tails Oatmeal Shampoo relieves these problems:

**Dry itchy or irritated skin
**Itching due to allergies
**Flaking and dander
**Incessant scratching
**Hot spots and irritation

On top of all of that it also contains botanical extracts of peppermint (an antiseptic agents that also acts as a natural insect repellent) burdock (an anti inflammatory), Indian frankincense (which is is perfect for dogs with sensitive skin) and calendula (used for centuries to heal and soothe irritation). All I know is that as much as he hates the bath's, you can tell a major difference in how he plays afterwards that the shampoo worked and helped give him some relief! I wished I could have shown you pictures of him as a drowned looking rat in the tub but our camera has been acting up and I could not get the pictures to come out clean. They were so blurry even I did not know what I was seeing and I took the pictures! I guess we are going to have to break down and get a new one as this is happening more and more. Once I get either this one fixed or a new one, I will come back on here and post the pictures of Charlie getting a bath and then the flea spray.
Even though we do use a topical flea control that we get from the Vet, it is nice to know that Flea the Scene made by Happy Tails is sorta like an enhancer to the Advantix that we use. So, we lightly spray him when we are outside or walking to give him that extra protection so that he won't suffer any itchy or painful bites.

Here are the benefits of Flea the Scene:

**Contains no pesticides or poisons
**Completely safe even if ingested
**Full spectrum of effective, all natural ingredients
**Protects your best friend gently but completely
**Has a fresh, clean scent

And the best part? It is safe enough for your pet to even lick off, but try to keep them from doing that or else you will be spraying them constantly because they are licking off the treatment. The formula is slightly waterproof so please reapply after swimming or bathing. You can find even more information about Happy Tail's on their Facebook page. You can also follow them on Twitter.

Happy Tails has been gracious enough to offer one winner the same two products that I just reviewed. Value is $28.00 and open to the U.S. only. Good Luck!

Disclaimer: Please note that the Happy Tails Spa Host and participating bloggers are not responsible for prizes that do not get shipped on time, get lost in the mail, or that are never claimed. We have represented the sponsor with the expectation that they will fulfill all of the prizes in a timely manner. While we are not responsible, we will make an effort to assist the winner in obtaining their prize.


Sarah Walker said...

Itchin' for Relief Anti Itch Spray is what my dog really needs.

Sarah said...

Molly could use the ear wipes.


Gale Nelson said...

itch spray and ear wipes Gale

amyorvin said...

Bubbles 'n Beads Shampoo & Conditioner

amyorvin said...

commented on facebook as Amy Orvin

Wild N Mild $$$ said...

My dog could use some Sleepytime Tonic.

Jennifer Rote
wildnmild4u at yahoo dot com

Priscilla Benavides said...

I would like the Bubbles 'n Beads Shampoo & Conditioner for my husband's aunt's dog.

Christine Jessamine said...

the sleepytime tonic would be helpfull

christinejessamine at hotmail dot com

pmh said...

we would love the itch relief spray