Best Dog Conditioners

Updated November 2019
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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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