Like you, we only want the best for ourselves and our animals.
Our range of New Zealand Made all natural products looks after the skin and coats of dogs, horses and loads of other pets around the world. Full of good natural stuff, our range of Soaps, 100% Natural Spritzers, Shampoos and Paw Balm helps fight itching, deters nasties like fleas and ticks; battles fungal infections; whitens whites and leaves a show quality shine. Naturally (of course)!
Nature is a powerful force and has already created the finest ingredients so you won’t find any synthetic nasties like parabens, sulfates, synthetic fragrances or colours in our range. Our ingredients are spray-free or organic and all our products are cruelty free.
Being sustainable and ethical aren’t just trendy terms at WashBar. To us, they are a way of life.
 

the dog blog

Loki tells it like it is...

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It’s a question we get asked all the time. It’s a hotly debated topic but in the end (like most things) it really is your choice. In Singapore and other parts of Asia dogs are generally washed weekly. Pampered dogs in China usually get to enjoy a...

Fragrance is one of the most commonly found ingredients in skin care products, shampoos, household cleaning products and just about anything else you can think of. After all, we like our homes, offices, pets and ourselves to smell appealing. That scented ingredient has many names –...

The last few days have been exhausting. Monday - our gorgeous WashBar Spokesdog - has gone from bad, to worse, to really worse and then some. She’s back home with us now and on the mend but the journey has been awful. It started with me...

Just about every horsey kid (or grown up) has had a day dream about taming a wild horse.  This became a reality for a group of talented NZ horse trainers in 2014. Talking about wild horses has become common place around the WashBar, but outside the...

Years ago my father-in-law told me that water would become a precious resource – I thought he was a bit mad. Let’s face it, the stuff falls out of the sky. Turns out he was absolutely correct. Most of us still take it for granted...