Although this is harmless, it will prevent the product from being able to work if it is licked straight off. For dogs, our favourite way to prevent this is by applying the products right before you take them for a walk. This will keep them occupied whilst the product has time to be absorbed into …
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Yes, Non Stinky can actually be used as a feed supplement so it’s perfectly safe for your pet to ingest. Just avoid them licking the product off as soon as it is applied to the skin, as this will prevent it from being absorbed into the skin.
Whilst we advise against ingesting Stinky Stuff, it’s absolutely harmless if your dog accidentally ingests a small amount of Stinky Stuff.
Stinky Stuff is for external use only. Non Stinky however is a very effective feed supplement!
Yes, Non Stinky is so versatile it can be used as a rub, shampoo and even a feed supplement too! This is a great way to support your pets immune system and general wellbeing too! For instructions on how to use Non Stinky as feed supplement, please see our help guide.
Yes, Non Stinky is absolutely fine to be used on its own. Just apply a very light coverage to the area and gently massage this into the skin.
Stinky Stuff must be combined with either the Shampoo Base or Carrier Oil. It can only ever be used on its own when it is being used on a horses hooves.
Non Stinky does have a faint aroma, but this is much milder and more pleasant than Original Stinky Stuff. This makes it much better suited for dogs and pets that live in the home.
Yes, Stinky Stuff does have a strong pungent smell, and this is exactly how it got its name. It’s been described as smelling a bit like peanuts and garlic. Stinky Stuff might stink – but it works, and this is why it continues to be so popular! Because of this, we do generally recommend that …
Original Stinky Stuff and Non Stinky are very similar products, and both are very effective at soothing itchy, irritated skin. The main difference is the smell. As the name suggests, Stinky Stuff has a strong, pungent smell, whereas Non Stinky has a much milder and more pleasant smell. Non Stinky can also be used as …