Start the New Year by Cleaning Out All Doggie Smells!

By Guest Writer
Wednesday - December 26, 2007
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Celebrate the New Year with a clean, fresh smelling home -- and no more doggie smells!
Celebrate the New Year with a clean, fresh smelling home—and no more doggie smells!

Having a clean, fresh smelling house is no doubt spiritually uplifting! So it is no surprise that the #1 New Year’s resolution for most of America is keeping a cleaner home in 2008! A clean and uncluttered home is the first rule of good Feng Shui. A fresh smelling home is as good as everyday aromatherapy and great for your overall health and sense of well-being.

If you’re planning to join the masses by throwing out the old and starting the New Year with a clean, fresh smelling home, remember that looking clean and smelling clean are two very different things. Cleaning out the old clutter is easy if you can find the time. Truly freshening your home may be more of a challenge, especially if you own an indoor dog. An indoor dog equals doggie smells throughout your home! You can’t just throw the pooch out with the old and you don’t want to mask odors with room sprays and candles. How then can you keep your home smelling fresh this year and keep to your resolution? We have the answer and it comes in a little power house of a tablet called Smell Goodies.

Smell Goodies is an all-natural deodorizing tablet that is given to your dog like a daily vita-min. Most pet owners just wrap it in a piece of cheese or a pill pocket for easy administration. Smell Goodies has been scientifically tested and shown to neutralize bad odors. Odors are neutralized before they are secreted onto a dog’s coat or emitted through its breath. The result is a dog with a great smelling coat and fresher smelling breath! Smell Goodies works on the same principle as Body Mint for humans. In fact, it was developed by the same Hawaii-based company that created Body Mint. Smell Goodies was formulated just for dogs and, although it is quite a different formula from Body Mint, it is just as effective.

Paula Chong, President of Pet Mint, LLC, which manufactures Smell Goodies, says that developing a natural deodorizer for dogs was a challenge as most dogs don’t get bathed or get their teeth brushed everyday like humans. The formula had to be powerful to reduce doggie odors effectively and continuously. After more than 2 years of research and development, Smell Goodies can truly claim to reduce doggie smells with an all-natural and plant based formulation. No artificial flavorings, colorings or preservatives!

In its first year, Smell Goodies was selected a winner of the Pet Product News Editors’ Choice Award for 2007. This top award recognizes the best, innovative new products in the pet industry.

With doggie smells under control, keeping your New Year’s resolution for a cleaner, fresher home will be easy and convenient. Well, keeping the house neat may take some time, but giving Smell Goodies to your dog once a day takes only a second and will save all the time you used to spend getting rid of those doggie smells in your home. Bathe your dog once every three weeks instead of weekly. Smell Goodies will keep your dog smelling fresh between baths. Let your dog sleep on the beds, hang out on the furniture and rub his or her little body all over the carpet. Since odor compounds don’t get through to your dog’s coat, you won’t need to spend hours scrubbing, upholstery cleaning and carpet shampooing. You can take all of that spare time and use it to pick up around the house. Better still, with the money you save on cleaning products, hire a cleaning service to help you keep your resolution of a cleaner home in the New Year.

Smell Goodies will be available in over 800 PetCo stores nationally by March of next year. In Hawaii, Smell Goodies is currently available in the pet department at Longs Drugs and select grocery stores. It can also be purchased at select veterinarians and most pet stores throughout Hawaii. Happy New Year!

 


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