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Nootie Pet Shampoo and Daily Spritz Review

Rachel Phelps
Written by Rachel Phelps

Ok, I admit, when mom opened up the box from Nootie I got all excited.  I thought, oh boy, they sent me treats (they make amazing treats!).  Nope, out rolled a bottle of pet shampoo and another bottle of daily spritz.  I went into panic mode realizing a bath was in my future!  I tried to tell mom to use the intern (Elvis) instead. She told me nope, you need a bath anyway so tonight you are going to have to take one for the team.  I pouted around and even tried to hang out with Dad thinking he might protect me by telling mom no baths.  But nope, he was a trader and actually carried me to the bathroom and put me in the tub.   Dad, I’m still not happy with you!

The shampoo Nootie sent me was sweet pea and vanilla scented.  It made me smell really good and it wasn’t too girly of a scent for us boys. Plus, it made the whole bathroom smell great.

Mom has been using the daily spritz on us for the past couple of weeks.  She ambushes us when we aren’t looking with a couple of quick squirts.  The scent we have been testing out is warm vanilla cookie.  Mom says it makes us smell yummy and good enough to eat!  Honestly, I don’t know if that is a good or bad.  I don’t want to be eaten, just loved on … hehehe.   The shampoos and spritz come in several great smells including: cucumber melon, vanilla cookie, cherry blossom, coconut  lime verbena, and sweet pea and vanilla.

The shampoos and daily spritz combo have :

  • A long lasting fragrance
  • Made with natural ingredients
  • Soap & paraben free
  • No sulfates or harsh chemicals
  • Safe to use along with topical flea & tick products

The Ingredients include:

  • Shampo – Purified Water, Decyl Glucoside, Coco Betaine, Glycerin, Polyquat 7 (Conditioner), Oatmeal Extract, Aloe Concentrate, infused with essence of sweet pea and vanilla, Preservative
  • Spritz – Purified Water, SDA 40 Alcohol, Nonoxynol 9, Polyquat 7, Glycerin, infused with essence of warm vanilla cooke, Preservative

I have noticed that my fur is all nice, shiny, and very white, so I give the Nootie’s shampoo and grooming products two paws up even though I HATE baths.  To learn more go to, or pick up your own bottle, go to:  Nootie- Pet Shampoo

About the author

Rachel Phelps

Rachel Phelps

Rachel Phelps, “America’s Pet Parent,” is an award-winning writer, photographer, and certified dog trainer. She keeps busy managing the career of her Internet celebrity dog Preston from Preston Speaks. Her three Westies — who think they are mini-humans — and three cats rule the house. To learn more about Rachel go to: Rachel Phelps Website


  • Why would you spray your dog with a scent particularly one like “Warm vanilla cookie?” Dogs smell great already so long as they are clean. Unless, you, yourself enjoy going around smelling like a vanilla cookie, please do not subject your dog to it.

    • Sometimes especially after it rains (like today) we smell kinda doggie after coming inside so the spray is good to help us smell good until mom can give us a bath. Elvis has yeasty skin so he can smell bad very quickly and can only be bathed so often or his skin will dry out and then it makes his sensitive skin even worst. Sprays like this do help at least in our situation. We also use sprays sometimes when fosters come in. Especially if they have just been fixed they can’t have a bath for so many days and they spell extremely bad and dry shampoo only help so much.

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