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Aroma Paws on Fox! Good Morning Show

New Pet Product Trends: Aromatherapy, candles, products to take the stress out of travel. Not for you, for your dog, silly!

   

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Modern Dog: Spahhhh: Top product picks for the happy, healthy, and well-groomed

8. Aroma Paws’ all-natural, chemical-free Shampoo & Conditioner in One is blended with green tea-leaf extract for a shiny coat, aloe to soothe the skin, and sweet almond & coconut oils to relieve dryness and detangle. And the scents are wonderful. We love the blend of geranium, peony, orchid, rose and clary sage. aromapaws.com

 

 

Pet Elite: Travel Friendly Pet Odor Neutralizing Room Spray

 

 

   

 

PET ELITE: Featured Slumber Party must have: Odor Neutralizing Candle, and Natural Olive Oil Coat Conditioner

 

 

 

Your Health Connection

SILVER SPOON DOG &  BABY BUFFET

Above: Tara Reid,  Ali Landry, April O'Brien, Beverley Mitchell, Sam Rubin, Brittney & Lisa Gastineau, Jason & Naomi Priestley, Candis Cayne, & Lyndsey Jolly

Celebrity pooches were treated to Aroma Paws eco-friendly shampoos at the Silver Spoon Dog & Baby Buffet benefiting The Bailey Baio Foundation which raises money and awareness of infant metabolic disorders. Making the world cleaner & greener, four paws at a time. 

AROMA PAWS GOES TO THE WHITE HOUSE IN THE FIRST PUPPY GIFT BASKET!

 

Aroma Paws Chemical Free Luxury Dog Products will be used to pamper the Presidential paws of the First Family's new dog, Bo. Sasha & Malia will choose to snuggle up to the fragrances of Vanilla Lemongrass or Orange Nutmeg Vetiver on their new furry friend. 

Tampa Tribune Spring Issue: 

Odor Eliminating Candles help 

remove Pet Odors

Spring means time to spruce up - Spring means time to spruce up - and that includes your pet's living rooms. There's new help on the market that should give you a clean getaway from accidents, odors and fur balls.

PET STAINS AND ODORS

Aroma Paws

No stain but a distinct eau du pet aroma? This soybean wax candle chases away odors with enzymes that neutralize smells with natural, odor-eliminating oils. They're available in eight fragrances: coconut papaya, lavender chamomile, honeysuckle jasmine, orange nutmeg, geranium orchid sage, pomegranate cucumber, mandarin green tea and vanilla lemongrass. Candles are available online at www.aromapaws.com. Prices start at $13 for one.

GREEN LIVING: Luxury Pet Show

From KABC-Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES — Even in this economy, pet lovers are still looking for ways to pamper their pets. This year, spoiling your best friend is even better for the environment.

The Luxury Pet Pavilion is a show for pets accustomed to the finer things in life. What pampered pooch wouldn’t enjoy lounging on a designer bed?

But this year California’s largest pet products trade show has gone green, featuring several eco-friendly items.

 

Pet Elite, Spring 2009

 

Aroma Paws is featured in Tails Pet magazine Best Gift Guide 2008!!

 

Aroma Paws to the Rescue!!

AP Luxury Dog Shampoo & Conditioner & all natural Soy Wax Candles were able to help Dara Foster of Pupstyle.com out of a stinky doggie dilemma. Article below:

Aromatic Pup Scents

Banish puppy stink with Aroma Paws deodorant products

We don’t pretend to be grooming experts at Pupstyle, but we do know a good product when we smell one. The nice folks at Aroma Paws sent us a few products to try out which came in handy last week when our Jack Russell “Flo” decided to take her own “aroma bath” in a dead Mole. The horrible smell was so strong it made the paint on our walls bubble up. To start we lit up one of their All Natural Soy candles to cover up Flo’s very own All Natural Mole-Aroma while filling the tub. Once the bath was ready we grabbed some of the Mandarin Green Tea Luxury Dog Shampoo and Conditioner and gave Flo a good coat scrub. The smell was quite nice and subtle while definitely doing away with Flo’s funk. In fact, my kids liked the smell so much they asked if they could take a bath in it too!

Review from Welcome to the Motherhood:

 

 

Lucy Diamond, my Shih Tzu, suffers from dry skin, and I’ve bought a few shampoos and conditioners that promised to remedy this to no avail. I found the Mandarin Green Tea Shiny Coat Formula ($13.99) to be the best shampoo and conditioner duo for her so far. It smells so good that I’m almost tempted to try it out in my hair! It is a gentle formula that is formulated with Ginger Root to promote better circulation, Mandarin Oil to diminish environmental build-up, Green Tea Leaf Extract that will naturally make your dog’s coat shiny and glossy, Aloe Leaf Extract that will soothe their skin, and Sweet Almond and Coconut Oils that will help detangle and relieve dryness. Best of all, it doesn’t contain any dyes, salt, alcohol, synthetic fragrances, parabens, or phosphates.

I was told that the Vegan Fur Conditioner with Sunscreen ($11.99) may be a little heavy for my Shih Tzu’s coat, so I liberally applied it to my hands first and then gently throughout as a conditioner, as recommended. The key ingredients are Avocado Oil, Organic Aloe Vera Juice, and All Natural Refined Shea & Mango Butters to provide superior conditioning and restore shine to a dog’s skin and coat. Not only it deeply moisturizes Lucy’s coat, but she itches way less since this product helps relieves the dryness that is causing the itching.

 

Veterinary Approved! Review from Dr. Ruth MacPete

My picks
I love being active with Oski and taking him to the beach or mountains, but I don’t like that doggy smell. That’s why I chose Aroma Paws™ Lavender Chamomile Shampoo and Conditioner in One as my holiday pick. It comes in a variety of scents, but I really like the lavender scent because after a bath Oski smells like a day spa. Aroma Paws™ has a wide selection of chemical-free all natural pet grooming products. Check-out their website to find-out what else they offer: www.aromapaws.com.

 

Aroma Paws Shampoo Review from PetSecretshopper.com



November 2, 2011

A Little for Fifi, a Little for Mommy

You’ll no doubt want to share the luxurious, natural, organic and healthy grooming products you’ll find for Fido at Aroma Paws. Take their luscious line of Pawfumes, in fragrances blended from jasmine, honeysuckle, green tea, sweet violet, coconut, and more.

Their whole line of products come in coordinating fragrances, so Fido can have a healthy, soft-coat-and-shiny-fur bath with Luxury Dog Shampoo & Conditioner, and maintain the clean in between baths with their Deodorizing Dog Coat Spray. They also carry an Organic Ear Wash, Paw Conditioning Treatment, a Vegan Fur Conditioner with Sunscreen, Soy Candles and lots more natural, chemical-free grooming goodies.

Health Products Gain Amid Economic Loss

The market for first aid and medicated items for dogs and cats grows as consumers seek out ways to treat their pets at home.
By Nikki Moustaki

The current state of the economy may have driven veterinary visits down, but it also may have given a booster shot to the pet first aid and medicated product marketplace, according to Teresa Hanson, U.S. director of marketing and product management for Vétoquinol, parent company of Fort Worth, Texas-based Tomlyn Products.

Many dog and cat owners are purchasing natural versions of first aid and medicated products, including ear wipes and washes, bug spray and hot spot remedies. Credit: Cioli & Hunnicutt/BowTie Studio

“During the past year, trends have been economically driven,” she said. “Many pet owners are treating their pets [medically] themselves rather than going to a veterinarian for ear cleaning and treatment of minor skin conditions.”

Other industry participants have noticed this rise in at-home medical care. Liza Simone Wolff, vice president of Warm Whiskers in Woodland Hills, Calif., reported that pet owners may be demanding over-the-counter products that allow them to treat pets at home, reducing the number of visits to the veterinarian.

“I read a recent study that said despite the economic downturn, there has been significant growth in the medication and supplement categories that could potentially reach $8.6 billion by 2012,” Wolff said. “There is definitely a market for products that put more control in the hands of the pet owners. Even things as simple as applying hot and cold therapy to their pets after minor injuries or during post-op recovery often require multiple trips to the vet.”

As is the case with many segments of the pet product industry, “natural” still seems to be the word of the day in pet first aid and medicated products.

“The all-natural active ingredient aspect of first aid products tend to be appealing to consumers,” said Cindy Miller, director of marketing for Nurtured Pets in New Philadelphia, Ohio. “Folks aren’t willing to risk their pet’s overall health with chemically laced solutions that may negatively impact the animal’s health even more severely than the original ailment.”

Kimberly Hall, owner of the Haute Hound Pet Boutique in Jupiter, Fla, said natural products are favored in her store.

“We have an organic ear wash by Aroma Paws that does well,” Hall said. “Some people would rather do the ear washing themselves, especially with short coated dogs that don’t go to the groomer."

Hall is one of many retailers experiencing the effects of the natural-product movement, as is Renee Palmer, co-owner of CityDog Market in Atlanta, who said most of her customers are looking for natural products.

 
Consumers with dogs that have minor skin ailments, such as hot spots and generalized eczema, seem to be drawn to natural products, according to Dr. Phil Brown, DVM, senior vice president of marketing and regulatory affairs at Nutri-Vet LLC in Boise, Idaho.

“Pet owners are also becoming more proactive with prevention in the hopes of reducing health care costs,” he said. “Sales of eye and ear cleansers, as well as dental rinses and biscuits formulated to mechanically prevent tartar accumulation and maintain oral health, are increasing.”

Preventative and diagnostic products are also coming to the forefront, according to Keith Houlihan, founder and president of Sanomedics in Miami.

“Science and technology is moving rapidly, and those changes are becoming affordable for consumers as they see the importance of preventive care,” Houlihan noted.

Other non-invasive products in this category are experiencing innovation as well.

“We have seen new tick-removing products, alternatives to Elizabethan collars, such as the Anti-Lick Strip, more dog boots, safety harnesses and dog seat belts, some of which are not first aid, but have increased and helped the push for safety awareness, which ultimately raises pet first aid awareness,” said Ines de Pablo, president and CEO of Wag'N Enterprises LLC in Herndon, Va.

The location where first aid and medicated products are placed in a store can be as important as the products themselves.

“Depending on the season, retailers should consider grouping relevant products together,” Vétoquinol’s Hanson said. “During flea and tick season, for example, they should group all skin treatment products with flea and tick products.”

De Pablo suggested placing products up front in a well-traveled area of the store so that not only do the products become prominent, the concept of first aid and preventative care becomes prominent as well.

“Storing kits and safety products in the back of the store where there is little foot traffic relegates the concept of safety to [the] back of the brain,” said de Pablo, who also suggested using a bandaged stuffed dog or cat to highlight first aid products.

“Ask a question [on a sign] such as ‘What would you do if…?’” she added. “If you make it funny, the seriousness kicks in more effectively. Asking the ‘if’ question forces customers to think, and they can take the question home: ‘What would I do?’”

An additional way to educate customers includes using manufacturer sales tools and product information.

“Retailers should empower themselves and their employees through creative product testing and partnering with their suppliers to deliver clear, simple product details beyond the package,” said Wolff of Warm Whiskers. “Even using e-mail marketing, demo videos and in-store tutorials to educate customers would be helpful.”

Pet mischief, the weather and concerned owners offer a shot in the arm to this growing marketplace. The economy might need some first aid, but this category may not

Your dog will look and smell good thanks to Aroma Paws

March 18, 12:59 PMLA Pet Products ExaminerSusan Hartzler

Click Here for Story

 

AROMA PAWS VOTED an INVENTORY ESSENTIAL FOR 2010 

in the Cleaning & Odor Control Products Category

by Pet Product News International

 

Aroma Paws was gifted to Oprah in Chicago by Mario Lopez of Extra TV. She received a ton of Aroma Paws Shampoo, Conditioning Coat Sprays, Paw & Fur Conditioners & a specially made Breed Candle with Oprah's adorable cocker spaniel, Sadie.

Click here for the FULL STORY

 

News Release:

 

Virtual Pet Behaviorist

Aroma Paws was also accepted by APPA and will be exhibiting at Global Pet Expo March 25th-27th, 2010, Booth 615.


Aroma Paws Paw Conditioning Treatment is receives 2 Paws Up!

Click HERE for full story

 

Helpful Tips on the Dog Days of Summer

Macomb Daily, June 22, 2009

 

 

Find Aroma Paws on 

 

The Organic Consumers Association (OCA) is an online and grassroots non-profit 501(c)3 public interest organization campaigning for health, justice, and sustainability. The OCA deals with crucial issues of food safety, industrial agriculture, genetic engineering, children's health, corporate accountability, Fair Trade, environmental sustainability and other key topics. We are the only organization in the US focused exclusively on promoting the views and interests of the nation's estimated 50 million organic and socially responsible consumers.

Doesn’t smell like wet dogs here!

Check out the full story and photos of the cutest little Chihuahuas here

 

At Nuts for Mutts it was really sunny and I hadn’t thought to put any sunscreen on Patrick’s fair head.  Luckily for me there were hundreds of booths with even more products for my money spending pleasure.  I came across one booth called Aroma Paws and they had all kinds of great smelling dog products.  They make all natural, chemical free grooming products. I grabbed up the Fur Conditioner which has sunscreen in it.  When I first put it on, Patrick looked a little bit like a greaser, but I rubbed it in a bit better and there was no residue or anything. The best part was Patrick did not get a sunburn all day! I also got the Deodorizing Coat spray.  Jared is always complaining that the dogs smell like, well, dogs.  When they come home from the groomer they always smell amazing, so I was looking for something like that. I got the coconut papaya scent as that was more manly for the boys.  They smell so good they can’t stay away from each other!

 

Justin Timberlake just picked up Aroma Paws Vanilla Lemongrass Shampoo & Conditioner for his beautiful Boxers from The Dog Bowl in Houston.

Adena from TheSwankyPup.com loves Aroma Paws!

 

Aroma Paws to the Rescue!!

AP Luxury Dog Shampoo & Conditioner & all natural Soy Wax Candles were able to help Dara Foster of Pupstyle.com out of a stinky doggie dilemma. Read about it here!

This seal certifies that Aroma Paws has manufactured a best in class product that is truly environmentally friendly and effective. Aroma Paws products have been independently tested and certified based on five criteria, including Ingredients, Toxicity, Efficacy, Manufacturing Processes and Packaging.

 

 

Daily Kibble's Scoop on Aroma Paws Paw Conditioning Treatment

 

   

 

We receive compliments on our product all the time, but I felt the need to post this email, as this is truly why we developed this product line, to be able to help dogs feel better and live happier, more content lives.

 

I am writing to you today to tell you how impressed that I am with your products.
I have Italian Greyhounds and a Whippet all whom are very skin sensitive.
We have had some skin issues now for about the last two years dry skin and
dandruff, itching of the skin. On more than several occasions we have had Veterinary trips due to these issues. We have used prescription shampoos as well as topical sprays. Flax oil Salmon oils. I recently was introduce to your product. Aroma Paws Chemical Free Honeysuckle Jasmine. I used the 2 oz sample on two of five dogs. I wanted to see if they would benefit. I AM SO IMPRESSED just after one use of this shampoo the difference it made in their skin and coat. Please don't let me forget to mention that Milo My Whippet
(who has stress issues as well,) how relaxed he has been this past week. The dryness and flaking was 90% different after just one shampoo. For me this is a miracle. They are so clean and smell so nice all of this with NO CHEMICALS!!! The shine and softness that follows. Mainly the dry skin cleared after two days following the shampoo, the itchy  skin stopped. I can not find the words to thank you so much for such a fantastic  product.. I am a forever customer!!!  I Thank You for a wonderful product.
Nancy, Owner of NANCY'S DOG PAWS BOUTIQUE

 

We proudly donate to:

True Hearts of Rottweiler Rescue (THORR) is a non-profit, 501(c)3, volunteer organization that cares deeply about Rottweilers and is devoted to (1) placing orphaned and displaced Rottweilers in responsible, loving homes, and (2) educating the public about the Rottweiler breed. www.thorr.org

 

Aroma Paws on Fox! Good Morning Show

New Pet Product Trends: Aromatherapy, candles, products to take the stress out of travel. Not for you, for your dog, silly!

 

   

 

  

 

   

 

 

 

 

Only the finest for Pups in Vancouver.

Visit The Pet Shop Boys in Vancouver to have your furry family members treated to the finer things in life. Click here to watch the CBC report.

 

Modern Dog Winter 2009:

Spahhhh: Top product picks for the happy, healthy, and well-groomed

8. Aroma Paws’ all-natural, chemical-free Shampoo & Conditioner in One is blended with green tea-leaf extract for a shiny coat, aloe to soothe the skin, and sweet almond & coconut oils to relieve dryness and detangle. And the scents are wonderful. We love the blend of geranium, peony, orchid, rose and clary sage. aromapaws.com

 

CLICK HERE for the full story

 

Pet Elite Winter 2009: Travel Friendly Pet Odor Neutralizing Room Spray

 

Grooming Business October 2009: New Product: All Natural Repellant

Pet Business October 2009

 

Pet Style News October 2009

Pet Age October, 2009

Modern Dog Fall 2009, Staff Pick: Yorkie Soy Wax Candle

 

PET ELITE: FALL 2009, featured Slumber Party must have: Odor Neutralizing Candle, and Natural Olive Oil Coat Conditioner

 

Pet Business Natural Supplement, Summer 2009

Pet Age, August 2009

Your Health Connection, August 2009

MAY 2009: SILVER SPOON DOG &  BABY BUFFET

Above: Tara Reid,  Ali Landry, April O'Brien, Beverley Mitchell, Sam Rubin, Brittney & Lisa Gastineau, Jason & Naomi Priestley, Candis Cayne, & Lyndsey Jolly

Celebrity pooches were treated to Aroma Paws eco-friendly shampoos at the Silver Spoon Dog & Baby Buffet benefiting The Bailey Baio Foundation which raises money and awareness of infant metabolic disorders. Making the world cleaner & greener, four paws at a time. 

AROMA PAWS GOES TO THE WHITE HOUSE IN THE FIRST PUPPY GIFT BASKET!

 

Aroma Paws Chemical Free Luxury Dog Products will be used to pamper the Presidential paws of the First Family's new dog, Bo. Sasha & Malia will choose to snuggle up to the fragrances of Vanilla Lemongrass or Orange Nutmeg Vetiver on their new furry friend. 

Tampa Tribune Spring Issue: 

Odor Eliminating Candles help 

remove Pet Odors

Published: April 27, 2009

Spring means time to spruce up - Spring means time to spruce up - and that includes your pet's living rooms. There's new help on the market that should give you a clean getaway from accidents, odors and fur balls.

PET STAINS AND ODORS

Aroma Paws

No stain but a distinct eau du pet aroma? This soybean wax candle chases away odors with enzymes that neutralize smells with natural, odor-eliminating oils. They're available in eight fragrances: coconut papaya, lavender chamomile, honeysuckle jasmine, orange nutmeg, geranium orchid sage, pomegranate cucumber, mandarin green tea and vanilla lemongrass. Candles are available online at www.aromapaws.com. Prices start at $13 for one.

GREEN LIVING: Luxury Pet Show

From KABC-Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES — Even in this economy, pet lovers are still looking for ways to pamper their pets. This year, spoiling your best friend is even better for the environment.

The Luxury Pet Pavilion is a show for pets accustomed to the finer things in life. What pampered pooch wouldn’t enjoy lounging on a designer bed?

But this year California’s largest pet products trade show has gone green, featuring several eco-friendly items.

> Watch Now

Pet Elite, Spring 2009

 

Aroma Paws is featured in Tails Pet magazine Best Gift Guide 2008!!

 

Aroma Paws to the Rescue!!

AP Luxury Dog Shampoo & Conditioner & all natural Soy Wax Candles were able to help Dara Foster of Pupstyle.com out of a stinky doggie dilemma. Article below:

Aromatic Pup Scents

Banish puppy stink with Aroma Paws deodorant products

We don’t pretend to be grooming experts at Pupstyle, but we do know a good product when we smell one. The nice folks at Aroma Paws sent us a few products to try out which came in handy last week when our Jack Russell “Flo” decided to take her own “aroma bath” in a dead Mole. The horrible smell was so strong it made the paint on our walls bubble up. To start we lit up one of their All Natural Soy candles to cover up Flo’s very own All Natural Mole-Aroma while filling the tub. Once the bath was ready we grabbed some of the Mandarin Green Tea Luxury Dog Shampoo and Conditioner and gave Flo a good coat scrub. The smell was quite nice and subtle while definitely doing away with Flo’s funk. In fact, my kids liked the smell so much they asked if they could take a bath in it too!

As seen in:

Review from Welcome to the Motherhood:

 

 

Lucy Diamond, my Shih Tzu, suffers from dry skin, and I’ve bought a few shampoos and conditioners that promised to remedy this to no avail. I found the Mandarin Green Tea Shiny Coat Formula ($13.99) to be the best shampoo and conditioner duo for her so far. It smells so good that I’m almost tempted to try it out in my hair! It is a gentle formula that is formulated with Ginger Root to promote better circulation, Mandarin Oil to diminish environmental build-up, Green Tea Leaf Extract that will naturally make your dog’s coat shiny and glossy, Aloe Leaf Extract that will soothe their skin, and Sweet Almond and Coconut Oils that will help detangle and relieve dryness. Best of all, it doesn’t contain any dyes, salt, alcohol, synthetic fragrances, parabens, or phosphates.

I was told that the Vegan Fur Conditioner with Sunscreen ($11.99) may be a little heavy for my Shih Tzu’s coat, so I liberally applied it to my hands first and then gently throughout as a conditioner, as recommended. The key ingredients are Avocado Oil, Organic Aloe Vera Juice, and All Natural Refined Shea & Mango Butters to provide superior conditioning and restore shine to a dog’s skin and coat. Not only it deeply moisturizes Lucy’s coat, but she itches way less since this product helps relieves the dryness that is causing the itching.

 

Veterinary Approved! Review from Dr. Ruth MacPete

My picks
I love being active with Oski and taking him to the beach or mountains, but I don’t like that doggy smell. That’s why I chose Aroma Paws™ Lavender Chamomile Shampoo and Conditioner in One as my holiday pick. It comes in a variety of scents, but I really like the lavender scent because after a bath Oski smells like a day spa. Aroma Paws™ has a wide selection of chemical-free all natural pet grooming products. Check-out their website to find-out what else they offer: www.aromapaws.com.

 



November 2, 2011

A Little for Fifi, a Little for Mommy

You’ll no doubt want to share the luxurious, natural, organic and healthy grooming products you’ll find for Fido at Aroma Paws. Take their luscious line of Pawfumes, in fragrances blended from jasmine, honeysuckle, green tea, sweet violet, coconut, and more.

Their whole line of products come in coordinating fragrances, so Fido can have a healthy, soft-coat-and-shiny-fur bath with Luxury Dog Shampoo & Conditioner, and maintain the clean in between baths with their Deodorizing Dog Coat Spray. They also carry an Organic Ear Wash, Paw Conditioning Treatment, a Vegan Fur Conditioner with Sunscreen, Soy Candles and lots more natural, chemical-free grooming goodies.

Health Products Gain Amid Economic Loss

The market for first aid and medicated items for dogs and cats grows as consumers seek out ways to treat their pets at home.
By Nikki Moustaki

The current state of the economy may have driven veterinary visits down, but it also may have given a booster shot to the pet first aid and medicated product marketplace, according to Teresa Hanson, U.S. director of marketing and product management for Vétoquinol, parent company of Fort Worth, Texas-based Tomlyn Products.

Many dog and cat owners are purchasing natural versions of first aid and medicated products, including ear wipes and washes, bug spray and hot spot remedies. Credit: Cioli & Hunnicutt/BowTie Studio

“During the past year, trends have been economically driven,” she said. “Many pet owners are treating their pets [medically] themselves rather than going to a veterinarian for ear cleaning and treatment of minor skin conditions.”

Other industry participants have noticed this rise in at-home medical care. Liza Simone Wolff, vice president of Warm Whiskers in Woodland Hills, Calif., reported that pet owners may be demanding over-the-counter products that allow them to treat pets at home, reducing the number of visits to the veterinarian.

“I read a recent study that said despite the economic downturn, there has been significant growth in the medication and supplement categories that could potentially reach $8.6 billion by 2012,” Wolff said. “There is definitely a market for products that put more control in the hands of the pet owners. Even things as simple as applying hot and cold therapy to their pets after minor injuries or during post-op recovery often require multiple trips to the vet.”

As is the case with many segments of the pet product industry, “natural” still seems to be the word of the day in pet first aid and medicated products.

“The all-natural active ingredient aspect of first aid products tend to be appealing to consumers,” said Cindy Miller, director of marketing for Nurtured Pets in New Philadelphia, Ohio. “Folks aren’t willing to risk their pet’s overall health with chemically laced solutions that may negatively impact the animal’s health even more severely than the original ailment.”

Kimberly Hall, owner of the Haute Hound Pet Boutique in Jupiter, Fla, said natural products are favored in her store.

“We have an organic ear wash by Aroma Paws that does well,” Hall said. “Some people would rather do the ear washing themselves, especially with short coated dogs that don’t go to the groomer."

Hall is one of many retailers experiencing the effects of the natural-product movement, as is Renee Palmer, co-owner of CityDog Market in Atlanta, who said most of her customers are looking for natural products.

 
Consumers with dogs that have minor skin ailments, such as hot spots and generalized eczema, seem to be drawn to natural products, according to Dr. Phil Brown, DVM, senior vice president of marketing and regulatory affairs at Nutri-Vet LLC in Boise, Idaho.

“Pet owners are also becoming more proactive with prevention in the hopes of reducing health care costs,” he said. “Sales of eye and ear cleansers, as well as dental rinses and biscuits formulated to mechanically prevent tartar accumulation and maintain oral health, are increasing.”

Preventative and diagnostic products are also coming to the forefront, according to Keith Houlihan, founder and president of Sanomedics in Miami.

“Science and technology is moving rapidly, and those changes are becoming affordable for consumers as they see the importance of preventive care,” Houlihan noted.

Other non-invasive products in this category are experiencing innovation as well.

“We have seen new tick-removing products, alternatives to Elizabethan collars, such as the Anti-Lick Strip, more dog boots, safety harnesses and dog seat belts, some of which are not first aid, but have increased and helped the push for safety awareness, which ultimately raises pet first aid awareness,” said Ines de Pablo, president and CEO of Wag'N Enterprises LLC in Herndon, Va.

The location where first aid and medicated products are placed in a store can be as important as the products themselves.

“Depending on the season, retailers should consider grouping relevant products together,” Vétoquinol’s Hanson said. “During flea and tick season, for example, they should group all skin treatment products with flea and tick products.”

De Pablo suggested placing products up front in a well-traveled area of the store so that not only do the products become prominent, the concept of first aid and preventative care becomes prominent as well.

“Storing kits and safety products in the back of the store where there is little foot traffic relegates the concept of safety to [the] back of the brain,” said de Pablo, who also suggested using a bandaged stuffed dog or cat to highlight first aid products.

“Ask a question [on a sign] such as ‘What would you do if…?’” she added. “If you make it funny, the seriousness kicks in more effectively. Asking the ‘if’ question forces customers to think, and they can take the question home: ‘What would I do?’”

An additional way to educate customers includes using manufacturer sales tools and product information.

“Retailers should empower themselves and their employees through creative product testing and partnering with their suppliers to deliver clear, simple product details beyond the package,” said Wolff of Warm Whiskers. “Even using e-mail marketing, demo videos and in-store tutorials to educate customers would be helpful.”

Pet mischief, the weather and concerned owners offer a shot in the arm to this growing marketplace. The economy might need some first aid, but this category may not

Your dog will look and smell good thanks to Aroma Paws

March 18, 12:59 PMLA Pet Products ExaminerSusan Hartzler

Click Here for Story

 

AROMA PAWS VOTED an INVENTORY ESSENTIAL FOR 2010 

in the Cleaning & Odor Control Products Category

by Pet Product News International

 

 


Aroma Paws Paw Conditioning Treatment is receives 2 Paws Up!

Click HERE for full story

 

Helpful Tips on the Dog Days of Summer

Macomb Daily, June 22, 2009

 

 

Find Aroma Paws on 

 

The Organic Consumers Association (OCA) is an online and grassroots non-profit 501(c)3 public interest organization campaigning for health, justice, and sustainability. The OCA deals with crucial issues of food safety, industrial agriculture, genetic engineering, children's health, corporate accountability, Fair Trade, environmental sustainability and other key topics. We are the only organization in the US focused exclusively on promoting the views and interests of the nation's estimated 50 million organic and socially responsible consumers.

Doesn’t smell like wet dogs here!

Check out the full story and photos of the cutest little Chihuahuas here

 

At Nuts for Mutts it was really sunny and I hadn’t thought to put any sunscreen on Patrick’s fair head.  Luckily for me there were hundreds of booths with even more products for my money spending pleasure.  I came across one booth called Aroma Paws and they had all kinds of great smelling dog products.  They make all natural, chemical free grooming products. I grabbed up the Fur Conditioner which has sunscreen in it.  When I first put it on, Patrick looked a little bit like a greaser, but I rubbed it in a bit better and there was no residue or anything. The best part was Patrick did not get a sunburn all day! I also got the Deodorizing Coat spray.  Jared is always complaining that the dogs smell like, well, dogs.  When they come home from the groomer they always smell amazing, so I was looking for something like that. I got the coconut papaya scent as that was more manly for the boys.  They smell so good they can’t stay away from each other!

 

Justin Timberlake just picked up Aroma Paws Vanilla Lemongrass Shampoo & Conditioner for his beautiful Boxers from The Dog Bowl in Houston.

Adena from TheSwankyPup.com loves Aroma Paws!

 

Aroma Paws to the Rescue!!

AP Luxury Dog Shampoo & Conditioner & all natural Soy Wax Candles were able to help Dara Foster of Pupstyle.com out of a stinky doggie dilemma. Read about it here!

Check out Sustain Store's blog here. Plenty of helpful info on living green.

This seal certifies that Aroma Paws has manufactured a best in class product that is truly environmentally friendly and effective. Aroma Paws products have been independently tested and certified based on five criteria, including Ingredients, Toxicity, Efficacy, Manufacturing Processes and Packaging.

 

 

Daily Kibble's Scoop on Aroma Paws Paw Conditioning Treatment

 

   

 

We receive compliments on our product all the time, but I felt the need to post this email, as this is truly why we developed this product line, to be able to help dogs feel better and live happier, more content lives.

 

I am writing to you today to tell you how impressed that I am with your products.
I have Italian Greyhounds and a Whippet all whom are very skin sensitive.
We have had some skin issues now for about the last two years dry skin and
dandruff, itching of the skin. On more than several occasions we have had Veterinary trips due to these issues. We have used prescription shampoos as well as topical sprays. Flax oil Salmon oils. I recently was introduce to your product. Aroma Paws Chemical Free Honeysuckle Jasmine. I used the 2 oz sample on two of five dogs. I wanted to see if they would benefit. I AM SO IMPRESSED just after one use of this shampoo the difference it made in their skin and coat. Please don't let me forget to mention that Milo My Whippet
(who has stress issues as well,) how relaxed he has been this past week. The dryness and flaking was 90% different after just one shampoo. For me this is a miracle. They are so clean and smell so nice all of this with NO CHEMICALS!!! The shine and softness that follows. Mainly the dry skin cleared after two days following the shampoo, the itchy  skin stopped. I can not find the words to thank you so much for such a fantastic  product.. I am a forever customer!!!  I Thank You for a wonderful product.
Nancy, Owner of NANCY'S DOG PAWS BOUTIQUE

 

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