These Alywillow products bring more goodness into your dog's life and are probably some of the safest things you have ever used on them for washing, moisturizing, and more. Every ingredient is a plant and we trace the chemical structure of the plants to ensure safety. Non-toxic, gentle, and no synthetic ingredients. The Alywillow products listed here are for external use on your dog. Do not let your dog lick or eat any product as they are not intended for and may not be safe for consumption. For more information, read the questions and answers below.

  • How do we know these Alywillow products are safe for dogs? We use the known science of the chemical structure of a plant to ensure safety. The specific Alywillow products listed as 'safe for dogs' are made of plants that are SAFE for dogs (according to the SPCA) as long as they are not consumed.
  • Does this list also work with cats, birds, and other pets? No. cats, birds, and other pets are completely different and we have not currently done the research to determine which of our products are safe for them. Please do not use any Alywillow products of your cats, birds, rats, snakes, or other pets. 
  • What about pigs? Pigs are very similar to humans and we have been informed that they can use Alywillow products, but until we have more complete information please follow the usage guidelines for dogs to be on the safe side.

Complete List of Alywillow DOG SAFE products...

 Cleansers

All Therapeutic Cleansers - for washing. 

INFECTIONS: Is your dog struggling with bacterial skin issues, scratches, or just had surgery? If so, wash them with Warrior or 3Kings Cleansers or use the Warrior Spritzer or Warrior Level 3 in the areas of concern.

ITCHY, FLAKY, OR FUNGAL SKIN ISSUES: Wash with Wildwood Cleansers. After washing, rub Wildwood LEVEL 4 Moisturizer directly onto and around the itchy, flaky, or dry skin issue. Let it sit for at least 1 minute and then rinse with warm water. 

Unscented Level 3, 4, & 5 - for moisturizing. If your dog licks everything but needs a moisturizer for their dry or cracked skin, this might be best. They are made simply of food-grade ingredients and contain no essential oils. If your dog's skin is cracking from a fungal issue, use Level 3 or Level 4 in Warrior or Wildwood, instead of Unscented.  Unscented Moisturizers

harmony

Harmonysoothes skin irritations and redness. However, if your fluffy friend has sunburn, use the Warrior Spritzer instead.
All Unscented Cleansers and Baby Cleansers can be used for washing. These are best for daily use when your dog doesn't have any skin issues. Otherwise, choose a therapeutic cleanser to help reduce skin problems. Unscented Cleansers
Paradigm Paradigm Massage fights bacteria and viruses that cause colds and flu. If your fluffy friend isn't feeling good, apply this to their back, behind the neck, and rub in well. Or apply it to their belly in an area they can not reach. Use 1 squirt for every 10 pounds. For example, a 50lb dog would get 5 squirts. (no licking)  

Therapeutic Moisturizers 

All Level 3 Therapeutic Moisturizers - for moisturizing. These LEVEL 3's are very light and will help moisturizer the skin without making it too oily. Use as needed. (no licking)
 

PAIN and SWELLING: Riverflow Spritzer can be used on painful joints and muscles or to reduce swelling and inflammation. Shake the Spritzer and spray directly onto their skin. Use around the area of pain and swelling, but not inside an open wound. (no licking)

 

Riverflow
GoAway

GoAway Use only when needed and always apply an Alywillow moisturizer (or oil) to the site immediately following using GoAway to prevent a burn. Do not use GoAway in large amounts or on a wet or moist animal. (no licking)

TICKS and Strange Bumps: GoAway can be applied directly to a tick to help it release. GoAway can also be applied to strange bumps and infections (not open wounds). Always apply Alywillow Unscented Level 4 Moisturizer (or a carrier oil) to the site immediately following using GoAway to prevent a burn. Do not use GoAway on a wet or moist animal as it can cause a chemical burn. (no licking)

Lip balms - we aren't sure why you would need lip balm for your dog, but Alywillow lip balm is safe for use on their skin and lips. Lipbalm
Raindrop Deodorant

Raindrop Deodorant - Use daily on dog fur and around bedding to reduce odors. You can also use DisinfectNOW to help kill airborne odors, mold, and mildew. (no licking)

REPEL FLIES AND GNATS

Spray Wildwood Spritzer into their fur (no licking). Native Shield, Fortify, and GoAway can be applied to a bandana or t-shirt and wrapped around them. These are not strong enough to repel fleas or ticks on dogs.

 

 

These plants are poisonous for dogs to lick or ingest:  

Alfalfa, Aloe, Anise, Apple, Apricot, Beet Leaves, Bergamot, Birch, Cherry, Caraway, Chamomile, Chickpea, Chives, Cinnamon, Citrus, Clove, Coffee, Dock, Eucalyptus, Fenugreek, Fig, Gardenia, Geranium, Ginseng, Grapefruit, Horse-chestnut, Ivy Juniper, Lavender, Lemon, Lemongrass, Licorice, Lilies, Lime, Marijuana, Mayapple, Milkwort, Mint, Nightshade, Oat, Onion, Orange, Oregano, Palms, Everlasting Pea, Sweet Pea, Peach, Pennyroyal, Peppermint, Pine, Plum, Primrose, Primula, Quillaja Bark, Quinoa, Rose, Saffron, Sarsaparilla, Soapwort, Soybean, St John's Wort, Taro, Tarragon, Tea Tree, Thyme, Tomato, Tobacco, Lemon Verbena, Black Walnut, Wintergreen, Yarrow, Yew, Ylang Ylang, Yucca. Some of the plants can be used externally on the skin, as long as they are washed off and/or not licked and eaten. 

Sources:

  1. IntechOpen: Saponin-based, biological-active surfactants from plants (https://www.intechopen.com/books/application-and-characterization-of-surfactants/saponin-based-biological-active-surfactants-from-plants)
  2. Ultimate Pet Nutrition: Common plants that are dangerous for dogs. (https://ultimatepetnutrition.com/common-plants-aloe-poisonous-dogs/)
  3. Chewy (https://be.chewy.com/complete-guide-to-poisonous-plants-for-dogs/?gclid=Cj0KCQjwweyFBhDvARIsAA67M737VhkXOBBtyPIqeh3_YLnXBLLrcoUKY1WkOeR4p7KIlIVZUPHLAh0aArrHEALw_wcB)
  4. SPCA: Complete list of poisonous plants for dogs. (https://www.aspca.org/pet-care/animal-poison-control/toxic-and-non-toxic-plants?field_toxicity_value%5B%5D=01)