John Paul Pet: Tea Tree Shampoo + Conditioning Spray Review

John Paul Pet: Tea Tree Shampoo and Conditioning Spray Review + Giveaway

A couple of months ago I noticed that Murfee had some white flakes as we brushed his tail, which was not a new issue as we had encountered this same issue with Maggee. Being the ever diligent cat owners we looked online for solutions. After what seemed like hours of reading we came to the conclusion that he, like his sister, has dry skin.

As luck would have it, shortly after I discovered this issue, I had the opportunity to review another John Paul Pet Duo. Since I had heard great things about the natural benefits of tea tree, I wanted to go a natural way to solve this persistence flake issue.

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of John Paul Pet. This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

I received a John Paul Pet 16 oz Tea Tree Shampoo and 8 oz Tea Tree Conditioning Spray for review.

The 16 oz Tea Tree Shampoo is a Australian Tea Tree Oil shampoo that helps soothe the coat and skin. This is formulated to moisturize dry, flaky, and sensitive skin. For some reason each time I brush Maggee and Murfee I get flakes with the hair, so I am happy to be able to give the skin some moisture. This is a clear shampoo and rinses easy from the fur and does not leave a residue.

The 8 oz Tea Tree Conditioning Spray is a simple spray that uses tea tree to cool and helps condition hot spots and dry, irritated skin. As it turns out the Tea Tree Oil is a known flea and tick repellent, which is a easy non-invasive way to reduce the fleas while making fur soft.  It is simple to use as you just spray on and brush through.

This is the same John Paul that makes the hair care products for humans so what this means is that the animal version is tested on humans first for safety and effectiveness. Each of these are made in the USA and cruelty free.

When all was said and done Murfee was happy, and his fur looked and smelled good in addition this was easy to use!

If you want a pet shampoo that is good enough for you to use than get some John Paul Pet 16 oz Tea Tree Shampoo and 8 oz Tea Tree Conditioning Spray

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 GIVEAWAY: John Paul Pet is offering a grooming duo my readers! (1) winner will receive a John Paul grooming combination that will include (1) 16 oz Tea Tree Shampoo and (1) 8 oz Tea Tree Conditioning Spray – This is an $18.00 value!! Open to residents in the US only. I will be randomly choosing 1 person on April 26th (4/26/2017) to receive this tea tree grooming duo! To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by DealsAmongUs by email and prize will be fulfilled by John Paul Pet! Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner and GOOD LUCK!!

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42 thoughts on “John Paul Pet: Tea Tree Shampoo + Conditioning Spray Review

  1. Kimmy Ripley

    Keeping my dog’s nails trimmed is the hardest part of taking care of my dog.

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  2. Kathy E.

    Leaving them to take a vacation is the hardest part. We usually leave her with a neighbor, but we’ve also taken our dog cross-country on road trips!

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  3. Katie Amanda

    The most difficult part is when I feel guilty for leaving them or not taking them for enough walks (we do have a completely fenced in yard).

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  4. Fran

    Giving them the best life they deserve.They need more than just food, water, attention and vet care. They need to be mentally stimulated and active, so I’m always trying to find ways to keep my cat happy.

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  5. Fran

    I’ve used the PM tea tree products for humans, and find them cleansing, but also tingly. Did your cat have any issues with that? I have a black cat, and notice flakes by his tail as well. I also need to try to run the humidifier more often in case he does have dry skin.

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  6. Cynthia Steyer

    The most difficult part of dog ownership is dealing with their short lives and their mortality. Letting one go at the end of a wonderful life tears out your heart and a piece of your soul. Dog ownership is one of the most rewarding parts of life, but also one of the hardest.

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  7. Jill Jackson

    The most difficult thing is planning for the unexpected financially. Also boarding a pet while you are on vacation.

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  8. Catherine Lewis

    The hardest part is when I go away and miss them. When I get back my cat doesn’t leave my side for days.

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  9. Cindy Peterson

    It is so difficult to say goodbye to a pet. It is just not right that our pets have shorter life spans.

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  10. Robyn Elizabeth Gary

    The most difficult part of pet ownership is my dog waking me up at 2am, wanting to go outside.

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  11. Darcy Koch

    When you are away from home and wondering what they’re doing. And, the cost of the vet.

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  12. Cheryl Chervitz

    The worst part is always knowing when they are sick or hurting. Sometimes they play it off really well.

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  13. Amanda Eagan

    That’s a hard question. When i’m busy, I struggle to spend enough time with them. I hate the fact that I only will have my senior rescues a few more years and desire to spend as much time with them as possible. It’s also hard when they need surgery that’s very expensive!

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  14. Shelley P

    The most difficult part of pet ownership is when they pass over to the rainbow bridge. They are never around long enough and losing a loyal furiend is so hard.

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  15. Margot C

    My pets are all rescues and I have a special place in my heart for abandoned senior pets; so the hardest part is when they die (which has happened so far 6 times!) after I have loved and cared for them usually for a year or two. I have one 16 year old now that I’ve had for 3 years though. He is a joy and doing very well.

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  16. Anita Kennett

    Trying to make sure you do the right thing that is best for them at all times.

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  17. paulinemilner

    As a mom, I worry about the same things I do with my kids, who are grown and out on their own. I worry that Casey is going to get sick or get hurt.

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  18. Sue Barney

    The hardest part is when they get old and you know that the day will come when they wont be at your side anymore.

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  19. VALETA J BROWN

    The hardest part is when they make a mess somewhere that isnt obvious and you do not find it and clean it up right away.

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  20. Tandi Cortez

    The most difficult part for me is the puppy stage. Like having a newborn baby in the house all over again.

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  21. banne01

    The hardest part is when their life ends! But it is so worth the love you get !

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  22. Christy

    I feel the hardest pet of pet ownership is the constant Training. I may just have a stubborn dog that don’t want to listen. HAHA

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  23. Nicole Lancaster

    The most difficult part of pet ownership is leaving them lonely all day because of working all day.

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  24. jules m.

    right now i would have to say potty training and behavior training because we have a puppy and it is a nightmare, he tears up everything and keeps pooping inside 🙁

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  25. Sally Wilsey

    The hardest part is not being able to read their mind or if they are sick and it feels like one of your children and you can’t do anything but take them to the vet.

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  26. Tasha Wilkerson

    Vet bills! They are usually more than a doctor visit for my children 🙁

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