Since a few people are asking about the Chubbs Bars ingredient list, I will address this here for all to read.
(Bonus for you: I just saved you the time to write and send us an email asking for the ingredient list!)

An ingredient list for Chubbs Bars is not posted on this site. It is under lock and key, much like the secret recipe for Coco Cola. My reason for not publishing the ingredient list is probably the exact same reason that Coke keeps their recipe a protected secret……..thieves. They are everywhere. And we don’t want to make stealing our fabulous Chubbs Bars easier by handing the ingredient list or recipe out on a silver platter. Our investment and our intellectual property will remain ours, and it will remain protected.

So how do you know the Chubbs Bars are safe to use on cats and dogs? Well, you’ll just have to take our word for it! After all, we wouldn’t want to bring harm to the pets of this world – the very same creatures we depend upon to keep us in business. How stupid would that be?

The best way to protect our investment is for us to do our due diligence to be sure our products won’t harm the very creatures we seek to help. So feel free to use Chubbs Bars for your degreaser shampoo needs and know that they are free of sulfates, essential oils, d’limonene, formaldehyde, or other common liquid shampoo ingredients. In addition, there is very little waste because our shampoo is in a solid bar form and does not require bottling.

While protecting our business, we can also protect the animals and the environment. How cool is that?

If you don’t wish to take our word for it, fortunately for you there are all kinds of pet shampoos on the market to choose from. Should you decide to give Chubbs Bars a try, we appreciate your patronage!


Danelle, creator of Chubbs Bars and president of the National Cat Groomers Institute of America, Inc.