The Dog One - Shampoo Bar Neem & Lavender

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Soap free Dog Shampoo Bar with Neem & Lavender - 90g


Formulated for a shiny, healthy coat and pH balanced to your dog’s skin to minimise irritation and dryness. Shea Butter to nourish and moisturise, with Neem Oil to naturally repel ticks, fleas and other biting insects - plus Lavender Oil for its soothing, calming properties.

Soap free | Sulphate free | Palm free | pH balanced for dogs

Aroma: Subtly floral and fresh

Easier to use than juggling a bottle while holding a wriggling dog - this bar is soap and sulphate free, creating a gentle lather – making it easier to rinse out.

Click here for The Dog One Fragrance Free - perfect if your pup is sensitive to fragrances

A great stocking filler for pet lovers, as featured in The Guardian Christmas Gift Guide!

Key Ingredients:
Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate (coconut based cleanser), Kaolin, Shea Butter, Neem Oil, Lavender Essential Oil 

Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Kaolin, Stearyl Alcohol, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Behentrimonium Methosulfate, Melia Azadirachta (Neem) Seed Oil, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Spinacia Oleracea.

No synthetic fragrances or colours.

There's no nasties hiding in our ingredients list. Find out more about all our ingredients here.

We plant a tree for every order.

Certified Plastic Free Zero Plastic Inside

OFTEN Bought together


How to use a Dog Shampoo Bar
Dog being washed with shampoo


Why Soap Free?

Our Dog Shampoo Bars are a neutral pH of 7, meaning they are gentle for a dog's sensitive skin.

Bar soap is alkaline, with a pH ranging from 8 to as high as 12. Using a product that is too alkaline on your dog’s sensitive skin can cause dryness, irritation and itchiness. 


Yes, it works well for a variety of coats including curly and long hair. If your dog has a long or thick coat, you might want to give them a brush first to remove tangles and excess hair.

The RSPCA advises at least once every three months. Although it depends on lifestyle and if they get
muddy, salty from the ocean or roll in fox poo. Dogs with short coats should be fine to be washed every few months, whereas long hair breeds can need more regular washes.

A puppy’s skin is more delicate and prone to dryness, so washing with lukewarm water alone is best. If
they are muddy or there’s been an accident, rub the shampoo bar in your hands first rather than directly on their coat, so it's diluted. For cats we recommend using our Fragrance Free Dog Shampoo Bar.

Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
Lynda Fallon
Great 🧼

Works well for my giant dog with it not soaping up too much!

Susan Wheeler

Bought as Christmas pressies which I am sure will be well received

Alexandra Blair

good product, made washing my spaniel, especially her head, much easier but wish it had a container to keep it in.

David H
Best doggy Shampoo

I have tried the simple dog shampoo bar, and it is great to use, But all dogs pong I found the lavender one even better. Really easy to apply and get a even spread of soap all over the dog or just wash selected areas, mush better than a liquid shampoo.

Kim Edwards
Perfect natural and effective product , love it.

Easy to use, lathers well, smells great and leave my dogs coat beautifully soft and silky. Not an easiest of fur as she's a shepherd/husky/collie but shampoo bar did the job perfectly and much easier and cost effective than bottles.