Mossy Oak and Nilodor Announce Pet Product Line

Mossy Oak and Nilodor Announce Pet Product Line
Mossy Oak and Nilodor Announce Pet Product Line

 WEST POINT, MS – -( Mossy Oak has teamed up with Nilodor to bring dog owners a complete line of Mossy Oak patterned pet products for their hard-working gun dogs. The products are immediately available online.

Dogs are some of the best companions to share outdoor adventures with. They work hard, play hard, and have a tendency to find themselves in all the wrong places for all the right reasons. All that effort and muck requires effective cleaning solutions. Enter the all-new Mossy Oak pet cleaning product line from Nilodor.

First off, in the all-new product line is the Mossy Oak Sporting Dog Shampoo. The shampoo is specially formulated to be gentle to your dog’s skin while remaining effective in the removal of the dirt and unique aromas acquired in the outdoors. The shampoo pairs nicely with Sporting Dog Spray which gives owners the ability to spray down their dog immediately when there is no time for a bath or they want a quick clean-up before their dog jumps in their truck for the ride home.

Of course, there are countless times our dogs need more than a light shampoo. Whether they’ve faced off with a skunk or waded into especially odorous flooded timber, the need for an aggressive scent remover is real. For this purpose, Nilodor offers Mossy Oak Xtreme Odor Dog Shampoo and Xtreme Odor Dog Spray. Both products are designed to be mild and non-irritating but do contain a surfactant that works in tandem with a powerful blend of essential oils to remove even the most persistent odors from your dog’s coat.

On the other side of the spectrum is the desire to improve your dog’s scent around the house. For that purpose, there’s Mossy Oak Citronella Dog Shampoo and Citronella Dog Spray containing cedar, clove, and lemongrass essential oils. And if you do let your dog in your truck or home while his coat is still dripping with offensive odors, check out Mossy Oak Odor and Stain Eliminator. The spray is a fantastic tool for cleaning up organic stains such as urine, blood, and feces and can be used on everything from carpet to truck upholstery to bedding.

All items in the Mossy Oak Nilodor pet line come in Mossy Oak Break-Up Country patterned packaging. Their camouflage packaging not only makes them readily identifiable in your cabinet but makes it clear these products are meant for your gun dog. Mossy Oak understands the outdoor obsession is best experienced with family and friends, both two-legged and four-legged. Whether your dog is flushing its next covey of quail or just enjoying a much-needed hike into the unknown, they’re going to need and greatly benefit from a more effective line of shampoos and sprays.

MSRP varies by product from $7.99 to $15.99. Mossy Oak dog shampoos and sprays for the active outdoor dog are immediately available online at

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Nilodor Inc. is an official licensee of Haas Outdoors Inc. Established in 1986, Haas Outdoors Inc. is headquartered in West Point, Miss., and is home of Mossy Oak. For more than 30 years, Mossy Oak has been a leading outdoors lifestyle brand that specializes in developing and marketing modern camouflage designs for hunters and outdoors enthusiasts. The Mossy Oak Brand and patterns can be found on a multitude of products worldwide. Haas Outdoors Inc. is the parent company of Mossy Oak, BioLogic, Capture Productions, MOOSE Media, Nativ Nurseries, Nativ Living, GameKeepers, GameKeepers Kennels and Mossy Oak Properties. Mossy Oak is the official camouflage of the National Wild Turkey Federation, Ducks Unlimited, Quality Deer Management Association, and Mack’s Prairie Wings and the official pattern of B.A.S.S., MLF and Cabela’s Collegiate Bass Fishing Series.

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Doyle Shannon

IS it flea and tick as well?