Kibble Pet Launches With Canine Hair Products Line


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Kibble Pet is a new canine hair care products line. Its grooming products are made from all natural and certified organic ingredients. The brand believes that dogs deserve equal opportunity to look and smell great, and that a healthy coat is a fundamental necessity—not a splurge for special occasions. Kibble Pet seeks to innovate within the pet care segment to provide products that perform at a salon-level in the absence of harsh toxic ingredients.

Kibble Pet will launch with Brush-in Shine Waterless Shampoo, Silky Coat Grooming Shampoo, Silky Coat Grooming Conditioner, Silky Coat Light Leave-in Spray and Silky Coat Miracle Dematter Leave-in Spray.

Kibble Pet only uses purified water that is free of chlorine and bacteria. The products are available in two scents: Aloe Vera & Honey and Warm Vanilla & Amber.

The company’s founder, Samantha Kent, created Kibble Pet because her two Goldendoodles loved to go swimming but always came back with the wet dog smell and matted fur. Kent’s years of experience working in the human hair care manufacturing industry enabled her to identify core ingredients with expert chemists that would work with her canine friends.

“We are excited to launch Kibble Pet. What started out of a necessity really became a unique business opportunity, and we are excited for dog lovers to now have a new resource for their bathing needs,” said Kent. “We wanted a product that was luxurious, affordable and made with the best of the best for our dogs.”

All Kibble Pet products are made in the USA, cruelty free and hypoallergenic. The company donates a portion of its proceeds to various shelters and charities to provide underprivileged dogs the grooming care they deserve. 

 

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