Can be re-applied several times between baths. Fragrance lasts for 24 hours. Helps moisturize coat and skin. Formula is alcohol-free. Minimal amount of product required for good results.
Fragrance described as powder-like, reminiscent of older cologne brands for humans.
Uses only non-toxic, natural ingredients and no alcohol. Propellant is compressed air, safer for environment. Pleasant spring-clean fragrance.Can be applied in any direction. Affordable entry-level price point.
A heavier application may be required for best results. Effects described as temporary by some owners.
Available in both tropical and floral scents. Safe to use multiple times without a rinse. Improves appearance of coat. Long-lasting, pleasant floral fragrance.
Can dry out dog's coat after application.
Helps reduce static in a dog's coat. Pleasant baby powder scent. Conditions fur for easier brushing and combing. Soap-free formula will not affect topical flea treatments. Removes strong odors such as urine and skunk spray.
Baby powder fragrance can be overwhelming to some owners.
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Very few dog breeds could be considered fragrance-free, which is why many owners spend time and money on special dog rinses, dry shampoos, and other grooming aids. One popular product used to deodorize dogs is a spray known as dog cologne. Dog cologne is not quite the same as human cologne, which uses an alcohol base blended with exotic extracts. Dog cologne is a finishing spray owners apply to their pets to mask odors for a few hours or a few days. The fragrance profile is usually based on floral or powder scents, not human perfume notes. Many owners turn to dog colognes as an inexpensive odor-blocker between shampooing sessions.
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