Day of the Dogs Collection: This floral scent captures the heart of Kukur Tihar, the Nepalese day of celebration for our four-legged companions.
On the second day of Diwali in the heart of Nepal, exotic floral garlands are lovingly strung together to adorn the neck of every single dog. Scented oils made from precious woods and temple incense are used to anoint their furry heads, showing that every dog is honoured and deeply loved. This life-affirming display of companionship creates an intoxicating perfume of jasmine, frangipani and neroli which fills the air and lifts the spirit. Warmed by the woody undertones of patchouli and balanced by citrus fruit and orange blossom, this scent captures the exotic fragrance, joy and warmth of this magical ‘Day of the Dogs’.
Top notes of sweet orange & neroli, heart notes of jasmine & frangipani and base notes of patchouli & musk.
Our range luxury of odour neutralising fragrances have been designed with you and your family in mind. We use the highest quality perfumes and a carefully curated mix of pure essential oils that are proven to have anti-microbial, anti-fungal and cleansing properties to naturally neutralise pet and other household odours in the air.
Most home fragrances only use synthetic fragrance oils to create their aromas and those that claim to be odour neutralising either just mask smells or use harsh chemicals and enzymes which claim to eliminate odour molecules.
Dog-about-town doesn’t believe in using unnecessary chemicals around our beloved pooches and harsh enzymatic cleaners can only ever be effective through direct surface contact (i.e. using surface-contact products and elbow grease).
Dog-about-town carefully source the highest quality fragrance oils and blend them with natural cold pressed / steam-distilled essential oils, picked especially for their anti-fungal and odour neutralising properties. When misted in to the air, these fragrance and essential oils are dispersed and start to cover and naturally breakdown odour molecules in a safe and effective way.