Dog Conditioner | Conditioner for Dogs w/ Coconut Oil, Organic Aloe Vera & Argan Oil | Enhances Coat & Fur’s Natural Shine | Anti-Itch, Hypoallergenic, Eliminates Odor | 10oz
Treat your pup to human salon quality grooming products!
♥ Certified Organic Ingredients
♥ Naturally Nourish + Moisturize
♥ Formulated for A Silky Soft Coat
♥ Enhance Coat's Natural Shine
Quality Dog Conditioner
Nothing beats the feeling of your dog's coat after it's been bathed. Regardless of whether your dog normally has a soft and silky coat, he will undoubtedly look and feel his best after he is lathered and rinsed with a good shampoo and pet conditioner. The pet conditioner adds an extra step that makes the coat feel even better, as it does not only make your pet feel even softer than normal, but it’ll also help keep their coat looking and feeling its best for longer too.
Why Do I Need a Dog Conditioner?
Pet conditioner can help fur feel even softer and look even shinier than normal, and they’ll also help skin feel softer too. Pet conditioners will also make your pet smell nicer as well as reduce the prevalence of mats, knots, and tangles.
Despite the fact that there are some shampoos which are specially formulated to be gentle on dogs' skin with dryness and itchiness, some pet owners find that their dogs' skin no longer itch after simply adding a conditioner to their dog's bathing routine. Whereas others may observe that their dogs don't shed as much after using a dog conditioner.
Dog Conditioner to Keep the Fur Shiny
A dog conditioner is a product that can help with a dry coat and is often left in. The dog conditioner can also be used as a substitute for a bath if your dog is getting a little stinky in between baths and you do not have enough time to give him a full bath. You can cover that doggy smell with the dog conditioner.
Can I Use This Conditioner for My Puppy?
As part of owning a puppy, you need to encourage proper hygiene, whether that is through cleaning their teeth regularly or bathing them. In the case of canines, you should begin bathing them as early as possible as this will allow the fluff balls to enjoy them for a lifetime. Just like human beings, doggie coats require regular maintenance and implicating a puppy conditioner in your bathing routine for your pup is a great steppingstone. Puppy skin can be very delicate and sensitive to irritation, but the formulas used in our puppy conditioner are gentle and mild and will not have a negative impact on your puppy.
Benefits of Using a Pet Conditioner
Consider the following factors when determining if conditioning treatment is beneficial for your dog:
- How long is your dog’s coat?
- How often do you wash your dog?
- Does your dog have itchy skin?
A longer coat on your dog can give it a tendency to tangle and mat (breeds such as Maltese, Yorkie, and Afghan Hounds are the most prone to this problem). Using pet conditioner will not only make the coat of your dog healthier, but it will also make the process of removing matting and tangles much easier, which will make the after-bath brush out a lot easier.
You should also consider conditioning your pet if you find that you are washing it more than once every month. This will allow the shaft of the hair to close, and the coat to retain moisture. Taking a bath can cause the skin and coat to dry out, so using a good conditioner helps replace the moisture that the bath has removed.
Though, there are times when you may have to wash your dog more often in order to help soothe their itchy skin and clear their allergens. By following up the shower with a conditioner, the skin will be hydrated again while being softened and soothed from dry, itchy surface.