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Our shampoo is designed to be a complimentary product to our liniment. We didn't see the need to sell you the same ingredients in different bottles over and over and over again. Our shampoo is focused on calming the skin muscles and overall horse.  Each ingredient selected was added to not only provide a great experience for your horse but also magnify what our liniment does.  After using the shampoo our original liniment can be applied for a synergystic effect.

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July 10th, 2020 - Logan, UT - The makers of all-natural DiO Horse Liniment and The Jaeckle Centre Equestrian Facility (TJC), Thompson’s Station, TN, announce their partnership.

“We’re honored that The Jaeckle Centre chose DiO Horse Liniment as its exclusive liniment to support and enhance horses’ performance and well-being and that the product is recommended by TJC equine veterinarians,” noted Jon Conklin, DiO CEO. 

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June 20th, 2020 - Logan, UT - The maker of all-natural DiO Horse Liniment, announces the launch of DiO Lavender Calming Horse and Dog Shampoo. The shampoo is specially formulated with lavender and Egyptian geranium essential oils and infused with chamomile extract plus aloe to help decrease anxiety and inflammation.

The shampoo is designed to be used with DiO Liniment as part of the horse’s post-training/post-competition care regimen. The first step is bathing the horse with the DiO sulfate-free Lavender Shampoo to promote relaxation followed by applying all-natural DiO Liniment to help prevent and reduce pain, swelling, and inflammation. 

“The DiO Calming Lavender Horse and Dog Shampoo were created due to customer requests for a shampoo with essential oil benefits - particularly their positive psychological benefits of decreasing stress and anxiety and also to support the healing of skin inflammation and irritation,” said Jon Conklin, DiO CEO. “Our customers also wanted a product that was eco-friendly and sulfate-free. We’re thrilled to offer the lavender shampoo to enhance the well-being and care of horses and dogs.”

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