Rivanna Ridge Soaps

Jack's No Bites! Olive Oil Eucalyptus & Cedarwood Essential Oil Soap

Do you prefer a natural alternative for your dog to dissuade the pests of summer? 

This soap is made with olive oil (known for its moisturizing properties) and 100% pure essential oils - eucalyptus and cedarwood - for a wonderful lather and scent that smells great to people and not so great to bugs.  Has a stretchy wristband to help you hold on to it in the tub and hang it to dry.  Available in three shapes for your dog - a bone, rectangular with paw prints or round with paw print.   Average weight 3.5 ounces.  Also available in a 'people' version - check our Soaps For You collection!

This soap was named after Monterey Jack who completed his advanced training as a physical assistance service dog in May of 2013 and now lives with his client in northern Virginia.  As a puppy Jack loved to play in the woods and swim in the river.  This soap celebrates people and dogs like Jack that love the outdoors but not the pests that sometimes come with it!

A portion of the proceeds from this product benefits Service Dogs of Virginia.

Handcrafted using an exceptional base made of olive, coconut, palm and safflower oils, glycerine, purified water, sodium hydroxide, sorbitol, sorbitan oleate, oat protein, 100% pure essential oils of eucalyptus & cedarwood, red & black oxide.

For external use only!  Some dogs (and people) can experience sensitivity and/or irritation from products used on their skin - if this occurs stop use and consult medical authorities. This soap is scented with essential oil.  Some essential oils should be avoided during pregnancy. 


Wonderful handcrafted soaps in fun designs, colors and scents!

Upcoming Events

We will be at the Service Dogs of VA training center in Charlottesville, VA this Thursday and Friday, Dec 8th and 9th from 12-5 each day!   If you haven't...

Christmas 2016 - Already?

Hard to believe that the year hasn't gone by so fast!   Our wonderful Christmas soaps are once again available to celebrate the season!  

Jennie Sue's First Month

I had definitely forgotten about the fun of housebreaking a new puppy!   Ms. Jennie Sue will usually go when I take her outside but has not yet learned to...