Natural Dog Company Snout Shine 10ml Ward

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Snout Shine is an organic high-performance gloss supercharged with essential nutrients and antioxidants, and perfected to heal your furry friend’s dull or dry dog nose while adding healthy vibrancy and shine. Snout Shine provides an easy and effective solution for damaged, crusty dog noses and is the perfect addition to your pup’s daily beauty regime. Whether they are competing in show or simply strutting their stuff down the street, your pup will be leading the way with shine!

Snout Shine nose gloss for dogs can be used for the following:

  • Dry, Chapped Nose
  • Crusty & Cracked Nose
  • Adding Shine
  • Photo Shoots
  • Shiny Show Dog Noses


Organic Castor Oil, Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Jojoba Oil, Organic Shea Oil, Organic Sweet Almond Oil, Organic Rosehip oil, Camellia Seed Oil, Organic Wheat Germ Oil, Sunflower Wax, Natural Vitamin E.

DIRECTIONS | Snout Shine is super easy to apply with our lip gloss style wand. Just dab a layer onto your dogs nose much like you would apply lip gloss. Its that easy! The more often you are able to apply Snout Shine to your dog’s nose, the better. To start out, we recommend applying at least 2-3 times per day, always before a selfie, and especially before bedtime when bodies are at the peak of healing and regeneration. Once your dog's nose is healthy, you can reduce the frequency of applications to maintain a beautiful healthy nose. It’s great for humans too - for chapped lips.

DISTRACTION | For best results, try to distract your dog for just a few minutes if possible. This will allow time for the carrier oils in Snout Shine to work their magic and deliver those healing nutrients deep into the skin.

TIPS | Stand behind your dog, holding the bottom of your dogs muzzle to keep that nose still. Then give your dog a bone or favorite treat, go for a walk, play tug, belly rubs, or dab a bit of Snout Shine (or peanut butter!) on top of your dog’s paw so they lick their paw instead of their nose.