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Goodwinol Shampoo

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Goodwinol Shampoo

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Manufacturer: Goodwinol

For Cats and Dogs

An all-purpose shampoo gentle enough for kittens and puppies. Leaves coats lustrous and imparts a natural shine without the use of conditioners. Contains Cedar oil. See www.cedarcide.com for information about Cedar oil.

Goodwinol Shampoo Caution

FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

NOT FOR HUMAN USE

In case of accidental ingestion, seek professional guidance or contact a Poison Control Center.

If undue skin irritation develops, discontinue use and consult a Veterinarian.

Contains Cedar Oil, Glycerine and other quality ingredients.

Directions For Use

Wet hair with warm water. Apply shampoo full strength and lather. Keep away from eyes. Leave on skin for five minutes. Rinse well, dry with a clean towel. Pets can be bathed weekly. Puppies and kittens can be bathed when they are six weeks old. Pregnant pets can be bathed in their last week of pregnancy. Elizabethan collar can be used to prevent licking. Allergic reactions are rare, but can occur.

Shake Well Before Using

Keep in cool place.

Manufactured for Goodwinol Products Corp., Box 407, Pierce, CO 80650

Presentation: 8 oz., 32 oz., and 128 oz. (3.79 L).

NAC No.: 1438011.1

GOODWINOL PRODUCTS CORP.
P.O. BOX 407, PIERCE, CO, 80650
Telephone:   970-834-1229
Order Desk:   800-554-1080
Fax:   970-834-0180
Website:   www.goodwinol.com
Email:   goodwinol@what-wire.com
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