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Friday, August 12, 2011

Pet Shampoo - Saving Money by Buying Wholesale!

By Gary Pellegrino

We all love our pets, but love can get expensive. If you've been to a pet store recently, you will notice aisles filled with expensive bath and body products ranging from dog nail polish to fancy spa treatments for your canine. While some of the products can be kitschy fun, oftentimes they are a waste of money. When looking for a pet shampoo, it is also important to be an aware consumer.

When most people go to the beauty supply store, they look a shampoo that will best handle their hair-type, protect against sun damage and leave it clean and smooth. I've found that people will spend ridiculous amounts of money on hair care product without even looking at the ingredients. Most of the time, you can find exact same formulas for less than half the cost of a high end salon-type product. So why spend $40 on a product you can get for $5? I challenge everyone to keep all their receipts for their bath and body products and see just how much money is spent on things like haircare and lotions. You will be amazed at how much you COULD be saving.

Now back to pet care. Why should you be spending so much money on a luxury pet shampoo that you can get for half the price? Why not purchase your product wholesale? Your pet will always need to be cleaned, so instead of buying small bottles, buy by the gallon and save your money. If you want a more luxurious product, try adding an essential oil or fragrance oil to your wholesale pet shampoo and it will customize the product and people will think your pet just left the spa!

There is currently a debate about the best type of pet shampoo for your animal. The 'soapless' trend is a widespread debate on the Internet, and many people are turning to all-natural or organic products, which may not be the best for your pet. It's most important to look at the ingredients and research ANY product you are using that could be harmful to your pet's health. All-natural is certainly a plus when it comes to any bath and body product, and particularly pet shampoo. However, 100% organic may be harmful to your pets health, depending on the hair type and animal type.

The point is, pet shampoo is something that consumers need to research. Every animal owner will need it, so it doesn't make sense to by small quantities or expensive product that is harmful to your pet's health. Furthermore, it's important to look at your spending in this economy and figure out every possible venue to save money. Pet care supplies are an area most people overlook when trying to budget for the month. Get creative, get thrifty and save your money to treat yourself!

Bulk Apothecary is a huge manufacturer of pet shampoo among other soap and lotion making supplies. Also find various fragrance oils to mix with the wholesale base! We invite you to visit Bulk Apothecary.

Gary Pellegrino - Owner of Bulk Apothecary