This conditioner moisturizes the dog's skin with cocoa butter, which reduces the amount of shedding. Conditioner has no soap in the formula, so it won't dry out skin. Includes fatty acids that encourage healthy skin and coat.
Some quality-control issues with the seals on the bottles.
This protein-based conditioner is formulated to repair a dog's dry, damaged coat. Fur will feel thicker and have more texture with regular use. Delivers improved moisture to the skin, which leads to less shedding.
Has a strong scent that may be too powerful for some dogs and owners.
Contains vitamin E and aloe, which provides nourishment to the dog's skin and coat. Will repair a damaged coat with regular use. No soap in the formula, so it won't dry out skin. Has a pleasing scent that's not overpowering.
A little pricier per ounce than some other dog conditioners.
Delivers moisture to the animal's skin, which yields a softer, healthier coat that results in less shedding. Has a mild scent that is pleasant. Primarily made from botanical extracts and natural oils. Made in America.
Formula underwent a recent change, which some owners won't like.
Well-known brand that delivers the nutrients and ingredients needed to help the dog maintain a healthy coat. Contains fatty acids and aloe vera to moisturize the skin and strengthen the coat. Lower cost than similar-sized products.
Doesn't seem to cut down on shedding as much as some other conditioners.
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Dog conditioners are products applied to the dog’s fur after a bath. Much like a conditioner you’d apply to your hair after a shower, dog conditioners soften and strengthen the animal’s fur. A good-quality dog conditioner will moisturize the skin and replenish oils in the fur that shampoo or soap may strip away. This makes grooming the dog after a bath a joy, as mats and tangles in the fur can be easily combed out. However, it's important to know that no government entity regulates the quality of dog conditioners. This means some manufacturers don’t list the ingredients in the product. Be wary of these conditioners, as they could include artificial dyes or fragrances.
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