Friday, June 12, 2015

Dr. Harvey's Healing Cream

Bentley: “I have been waiting patiently since we returned from the BlogPaws conference for my turn to tell you about someone special.  Don’t get me wrong, I met many awesome humans during our trip, but I was looking forward to a certain friend.”
Me: “Are you referring to Ms. Wendy from Dr. Harvey’s?  You sure did cozy up to her.  What’s the deal?  I know that you ended up with some major hugs and goodies from her.”
Bentley loving the attention from Dr. Harvey's Ms. Wendy


Bentley: “We are pretty much best friends now.  She has a Basset Hound so she totally gets me.  When you love a hound dog, it is difficult to be away from one of our hugs for very long.  Her sweet girl is named Sasha.  I don’t mind saying that she is one gorgeous girl.”
Me: “Are you talking about Sasha or Ms. Wendy?”
Bentley: “Mom!  I’m trying to pay a compliment to Sasha.  Ms. Wendy is beautiful, but she is already married to Dr. Harvey.  You are not a very good wing-mom when it comes to me scoring points with the ladies.”     
Me: “Well, I am about to make it worse.  Let’s tell our friends about the horrible rash that I discovered on you when we arrived at the hotel.”
Bentley: “OMD!  Seriously?  I am going to have to recruit Pierre for help if I ever hope to spend time wooing Sasha.  Anyway, it seems that I drug my manly chest through some weeds and it became irritated.  As usual, you freaked out.”
Me: “Dude, your entire chest was covered in a red rash!  I didn’t want you itching and being miserable the entire conference.”
Bentley: “Did you have to show Ms. Wendy?  I was getting some serious Basset love for sitting up and looking all macho.  You really cramped my style by pointing out the splotches on my chest.”
Me: “I apologize for caring too much!  It’s a good thing that I never leave home without my handy jar of Dr. Harvey’s Organic Healing Cream.  Ms. Wendy told me to rub your chest with it at bedtime and that is exactly what I did.”
Basset and Dr. Harvey's miracle in a jar

Bentley: “I’m happy to report that my chest was completely cleared up when we woke up at 5:30 a.m. to go potty.  It is a miracle in a jar.”
Me: “It’s true; there was not a trace of the rash.  I think they should rename it Dr. Harvey’s Miracle Healing Cream.  I’ve used it before on your boo-boos and was excited with the results.  The way that your rash cleared though was amazing!”
Bentley: “I looked at the jar to see if it contained any magic fairy dust.  According to the label, it is organic shea butter, aloe vera, calendula (marigold) extract, Goldenseal extract (perennial herb in the buttercup family), Chamomile extract, Comfrey extract (Mountain Rose Herbs), propolis (bees make it), stillingia (root) extract, thyme extract, tea tree oil and rosemary extract.  They don’t even have miracle extract listed!”
Healing Cream by Dr. Harvey's

Me: “I shouldn’t have been surprised at the results.  I used Dr. Harvey’s Healing Cream on that cyst your vet drained.  It kept filling up and draining. It was pretty yucky, so I applied this cream.  It didn’t heal overnight, but it only took a few days.  In my opinion, we’d still be fighting it without the help of this cream.”
Bentley: “Did I mention how soothing it feels when you rub it into my skin?  It isn’t greasy either.  I can’t stand to be greasy and have dirt stick to me.”
Me: “I can promise you that we will never be without a jar of Dr. Harvey’s Healing cream here on the bayou.  A jar is only $11.95 which is not a bad price for a miracle in a jar!”
Bentley: “That is comforting to know.  Now, did you happen to get Sasha’s phone number for me?”

Dr. Harvey's Fine Foods for Companion Animals logo
We received a jar of Dr. Harvey's Healing Cream for our personal use.  There was no request for a review and no monetary exchange.  Barking from the Bayou/mkclinton.com only share products that we enjoy and believe our readers will benefit from learning more about.
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23 comments :

  1. Oh that sounds cool! Great review!

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  2. Thanks for a great revie... it must be a magic potion... and you need no wand or a magic spell, just that cream :o)
    easy rider

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  3. sounds like a little magic in a jar to us - what a great find.

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  4. Sounds like a great product!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

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  5. Sure wish I had some of that when I had a boo boo on my tail a while back.....

    Hap-Pee Fry-Day!

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  6. MIracle in a jar, I need that! What a great product, thanks for sharing it with us.

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  7. Wow Bentley, that stuff really does sound like it's got magical powers. I'll pick some up for when Sam gets a hot spot.Thanks for tell us about it. P.S. Glad to hear you're all better. :) Happy Friday.

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  8. You are a great sales man Bentley!

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  9. WE are Sorry that you NEEDED that Miracle in a Jar stuffs... BUTT GLAD that you were able to have it when you Needed it... We surely do HOPE that your mom has Sasha's Phone or PeeMail thingys fur you...

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  10. Sounds very interesting!

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  11. Well your review intrigued us so much that we have ordered a jar along with some of their shampoo. Mabel has some skin issues and maybe this will help!
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  12. I don't know of any issues we would need that for right now, but it sounds like a handy product. Glad it helps you!

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  13. Is that good for bee stings?

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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    1. I would definitely use it on any ouchie including a bee sting.

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  14. Wow, that stuff sounds great! It is for all pets, right? Our cat Sam gets some rash issues from time to time and I'd love something that would help her to heal up more quickly.
    Jan, Wag 'n Woof Pets

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  15. Thanks for commenting on my new blog. I still have lots to learn and tweak on it. I like reading about Pierre and Bentley. And Honey and I really enjoyed meeting them and enjoyed your hospitality when Flea and I travelled through. I'll have to check out the local stores for this cream. It sure sounds good. Kareen

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  16. Thanks for commenting on my new blog. I still have lots to learn and tweak on it. I like reading about Pierre and Bentley. And Honey and I really enjoyed meeting them and enjoyed your hospitality when Flea and I travelled through. I'll have to check out the local stores for this cream. It sure sounds good. Kareen

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  17. This sounds like some great stuff! I will have to see if it works on cats. My cats don't have rashes, but it would be nice to have in my mental tool chest in case they ever do. The Drs. Harvey seems like really nice, genuine people. Hopefully they will come out with more cat products so my kitties can try them!
    -Purrs from your friends at www.PlayfulKitty.net

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    1. Hi Robin! Dr. Harvey's has a complete line of products for all companion animals. Here is the link to their cat products: http://www.drharveys.com/products/line/2-cats

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  18. Wow, that sounds like some good stuff. Thanks for telling us about it.

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  19. Oh, poor Bentley! I didn't know he had gotten a manly-chest rash! Dr Harvey's Organic Healing cream really does sound like a miracle in a jar. I must share this post & help spread the word!
    Love & Biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv them

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  20. Hi Melissa! I hear we'll be seeing you in October!

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