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As you already know, the dogs are among the most playful animals in existence – they’re always busy! Unfortunately, this almost always leads to things like dirty sofas and floors. And the best thing you could do about that is to give your pooch a good bath.How to Choose The Right Pets Dry Shampoo for Your Dog

Skin condition

If your dog has dry, itchy, or flaky skin, a moisturizing shampoo is the way to go. Avoid scented shampoos, which often contain chemicals that can further irritate the skin, and opt instead for shampoos with natural ingredients, such as oatmeal, honey, and vitamin E. If your dog’s skin condition worsens, continues to persist, or develops red bumps, consult with your veterinarian about medicated shampoo and additional treatment.

Fleas and ticks

There are a variety of flea and tick products on the market, designed to both fend off and kill fleas, ticks, and other parasites. Flea and tick shampoo can only offer short-term protection, however, so it’s important to use this type of shampoo only to supplement other flea and tick prevention measures.

Youth

If you’ve got a puppy, you should look for a shampoo that is specifically designed for younger dogs. Puppy shampoos are typically gentler, and made with a no-tear formula that won’t irritate if it gets in the eyes.

Odor

Dogs have a way of finding their way into garbage, food, and mystery substances. For these particularly adventurous (read: stinky) dogs, we recommend a deodorizing shampoo. These powerful types of shampoo can eliminate unpleasant odors, rather than just covering it up.

Shine

Factors such as poor diet or failing health can make your dog’s coat dull and lusterless. You can restore healthy shine with a nourishing shampoo packed with minerals, vitamins, and proteins.

Color

For dogs with white or light-colored coat, there are many specialty shampoos on the market with brightener and whiteners designed to prevent yellowing and fading while boosting luster.

Tangles

If your dog’s coat is dry or easily tangled, you may want to consider a shampoo-conditioner to restore moisture and maintainability. For particularly frizzy locks or stubborn tangles, try applying a separate conditioner after shampooing your dog’s hair to replenish natural oils and aid in detangling.

Convenience

Waterless shampoos and wipes are perfect for when you and your pooch are on the go, or if you’ve got a dog that is particularly averse to water.

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