2 thoughts on “Pumpkin spice has officially jumped the shark

  1. This is a bit weird indeed. I’m sure it’s safe for dogs, but am not sure they’d care for it. Their sense of smell is about 200 times stronger than a persons,, so you might want to let them smell it first and see if they like it before buying it. If they sneeze or give a negative reaction, of course don’t use any on the dog. If it smells good to the owner however, he or she could perhaps wear it themselves.

    Looking at this bottle does make me wonder how the gang on ABC’s ‘Shark Tank’ would react to this product if it were presented to them. Barbara? Kevin? In or out?

  2. I’ve thought about this a little more, and did some out-of-curiosity research. Espree has a site where you can also buy Pumpkin Spice Shampoo, Peppermint Candy Cane and Sugar Cookie Colognes and shampoos for your dog too. They’re organic and natural.

    In keeping with what I said earlier, I’d want to be able to have the dog with me to determine if he* would like the scent. That would mean being able to check it out at a physical pet shop first and deciding there, yes or no. To buy online nose unknown might be a little risky. Of course people who secretly just want to wear it themselves can simply order it online; what the heck.

    *this is Cologne, not perfume…

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