Shampooing your pet is something that every pet owner has to do at some point or another. To make your dog’s fur smooth and shiny, we recommend using a conditioner after bathing your dog. Just like your own hair, after you shampoo, your pet’s hair should be treated with conditioner so it can be soft and silky until the next shampooing. Here’s a list of some of the best dog conditioners in 2021 we’ve found on the market.
So, how do you choose the best dog hair conditioner? There are a lot of different conditioners on the market these days, and all of them are pretty much appropriate for any size dog. The same conditioner that you use on your large dog can be used on your smaller dog, as well. However, there are some things that you want to keep in mind when it comes to choosing your dog’s conditioning treatment.
Some people choose conditioners based upon the scent, but this is not always the right way to choose a pet conditioner. You first have to make sure that your pet enjoys the scent. You also have to realize that you are taking away what they enjoy the most; a scent that they portray to the world. Your dog’s scent is sort of like the clothes that you wear. They are the fashion that your dog wears every day. They have created this scent by rolling around in dirt, licking themselves, and even just relaxing to create the perfect smell. When you shampoo and condition them, you are taking that away. So you should at least make sure that your dog likes the scent that you are choosing. You also want to make sure that you are removing fleas and ticks (which we hope your pup doesn’t have!), getting their fur and their skin underneath clean, and achieving any other objectives the you had in mind such as removing odor and promoting youthfulness, for example.
By Jarett Gilpin
Jarett and his vapor wake dog, Toxi, help keep the students and public safe on the University of Notre Dame’s campus. Jarett knows what equipment, food and toys to keep Toxi safe, productive and still able to have fun.