Rivanna Ridge Soaps

Perry's On Task! Aloe Vera & Peppermint Essential Oil Soap

Would you like to try a natural way to help your dog improve concentration and focus? 

This soap is made with aloe vera (known for its healing properties) and 100% pure peppermint essential oil - for a wonderful lather and scent that stimulates and energizes.  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 Perry Mason who started her advanced training as a service dog in May 2013.  On outings she is fascinated with everything going on around her.  Perry is now a working autism support dog living in Lynchburg, VA.  This soap celebrates dogs like Perry who can sometimes use a little help concentrating and focusing on the task at hand!

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

Handcrafted using an exceptional base made of coconut, palm and safflower oils, glycerine, aloe vera gel, purified water, sodium hydroxide, sorbitol, sorbitan oleate, oat protein, 100% pure peppermint essential oil, titanium dioxide, red & black oxide.

For external use only!  Some users 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. 


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