Dog Conditioner: Best Dog Hair & Coat Conditioners | Petco

Cloud Star Buddy Wash Lavender & Mint 2 in 1 Dog Shampoo Plus Conditioner
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Much can be said in favor of this conditioner, but what many users like most is its ability to effortlessly remove and manage tough tangles, and repel dirt, grass, and dust. The conditioner makes coats sleek, just as promised, even for coarse-haired dogs, and keeps its effect longer than other similar products. Buyers also say that using this conditioner has substantially cut their pet-grooming costs.
Jan 13, 2009 - Dogs with undercoats usually have thicker coarser hair (like a lab) and therefore do not matte and the coat tends to repel dirt. If your dog has itchy skin , you may want to bathe your dog more often to get rid of allergens. And if you're washing you dog frequently, conditioner is a good idea.
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There are some leave in hair conditioners on the market for dogs, after bathing, towel dry the dog then brush or comb a little through. Regular brushing will help as well. A few minutes a day is better than once a week. Apr 1, 2017 - Dog Hair Detangler - The Stuff Detangling Spray Review -The Stuff is a leave-in hair conditioner and dematting spray for dogs
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Human shampoo can be harsh on alot of dogs skin as dogs fur is different to our hair and human conditioners and shampoos can weigh down a normally light and fluffy dogs coat. A humans skin pH level is different to a dogs pH so you could wind up upsetting your dogs skin and cause irritations if you use a human shampoo or conditioner. As a groomer I still see people use human shampoo on their dogs and the dog seems to look ok dispite all this BUT I have seen dogs who have been washed with human shampoo and their skin and fur have suffered severely from it. I also see people using comercial Eucalyptus Wool Wash (average laundry detergent) as the Eucalyptus keeps fleas a bay yada yada yada but NO! Please don't go so low as to use wool wash please as it is VERY harsh on skin and strips the coat of all the oils that keeps it healthy and shiny and I've seen dogs break out in serious dermatitis from it (aswell as from Human shampoo). Anyway I'm going on and on here so to wrap it up, as a groomer I'd say don't use anything other than products made for Dogs BUT I have seen some dogs take Human Conditioner ok. There are Dog Conditioners on the market that you can buy that are just like human conditioners but made specially for dogs so I'd use that instead.. just to be on the safe side and you'll prob get better results with a special dog conditionerThis is the key for me. WHEN the dog is in the bath and has conditioner in its wet hair this is the time to brush. It's not just the conditioner, it's the wetness. You can easily brush through wet tangles and some mats that aren't easy when they're dry.i have used the conditioner that comes with hair dye on a dog because we forgot to pack the dogs conditioner for the show and my hair dye was in the car lol it worked just didnt rinse easily.(in fact come to think about it that was the day the Toller took best of breed too)I have a cockerpoo and from the picture it appears that their hair is similar. I use dog shampoo and conditioner that I use on my hair, which is a moisturizing type. (I use different kinds.) Conditioner for dogs might be better, I haven't used. The matts will have to be cut out. Preventitive is the key there. I do have her groomed about 2 or 3 times a year now but I cut her hair myself when I couldn't afford it. But it is a big job and worth it to me to pay someone else to do it!