The Bone Digger Collection
People call me rescue dog, but I call myself lucky dog. I once went weeks without being fed. But now I have a nice plushy bed. No more hot days chained outside! Now I eat every day, get belly rubs, hugs, kisses, and walks in the park. Yes, I’m a recue dog. Yes, I’m a lucky dog! **(this is what how the label reads)**
We did something a bit different with this dog spray. This 8 oz. spray smells of clean soap and hits of basil.
Workingclosely with Dr. Dolittle Rescue Ranch of South, Texas.
They told us they need it a spray. That was a bit stronger, and able to control the smell most rescue dogs have for the first 2 months after they are rescue. Most dogs have not had a bath in years and had poor diets, so their fur often smells bad even after a bath. Because of this we mix essential oils and phthalate free Fragrance oil.
A sweet dog that was left outside in the hot Texas sun.
Hickey survived heatstroke, but some of her brain did not. She forgot how to eat.
She now has to be force-fed every day. Hickey will forever live at the
Dr. Doolittle’s Rescue Ranch in South Texas. If you would like to donate
to her care, please visit http://www.drdolittles.org.
A link to Dr. Do Little Rescue Ranch Donation form is coming soon.