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Pura Naturals Pet Launches 2 Additional Lines For Dogs And Cats




(Press Release) PROVIDENCE, RI – Pura Naturals Pet had developed a new organic lineup of grooming products encompassing 11 SKUs and a basic line with seven SKUs.

ORGANIC: When you say no, you say yes to a healthier planet and happier pets. No dyes, No chemicals and No toxic foaming agents. Organic carries 16- and 8-ounce shampoos. For pets with extra sensitive skin, try our hypo-allergenic shampoos and conditioners with organic calendula extract, or our soothing Lavender and Chamomile & Tea Tree and Peppermint formula and Unscented with olive and coconut oil. For an added clean, our parabin and lanolin free Organic Nose & Tail Wipes are the ideal solution for cleaning and deodorizing. Our mild moisturizing formula is perfect for everyday use.
Beth Sommers, chief merchandising officer, stated, “We listen to our customers, that’s why we created our Basics line. Our new Basic product mix is still eco-friendly, with quality ingredients that are sourced locally, but it’s not USDA- certified like our original Pura Natural Pet Premium line of products. This provides customers greater options without a premium price-point, and allows for greater distribution of high quality, earth-friendly products.”

BASIC: The Basic offering is free of dyes and toxic chemicals. It’s eco-friendly, human safe and made in the U.S. Basic includes an easy application Flea & Tick Spray with a soothing cedar and peppermint oil, Cornflower and Lavender Puppy & Kitten Shampoos, and a unique Lavender and Chamomile Waterless Foam no-rinse Shampoo, a detangling Lavender Leave-in Conditioner with a convenient spray for a shinier and healthier coat, and a aloe vera Whitening Shampoo for a brighter and whiter coat.
For more information on Pura Naturals Pet, visit or call customer service at (844) 698-4367 or visit Global Pet Expo Booth #2275.



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