WHICH DOG SHAMPOO IS BEST FOR YOUR DOG?
Our pets are our best friends, and giving them the best possible care is our top priority!
Every pet requires grooming to remain clean and healthy. The most significant grooming concern for pet owners, especially dog owners, is choosing the right shampoo.
The basics of choosing a dog shampoo
When shopping for dog shampoo, keep your options limited to dog shampoos. The pH level of your dog's skin is extremely different from yours, no matter how well your shampoo works on your hair. Of course, your own shampoo will clean your dog, but it may disturb his or her coat's oil balance. Apart from drying up your dog's skin, the wrong shampoo could also encourage the growth of viruses, bacteria, and parasites.
You should not simply rely on the scent when choosing a shampoo for your dog.
Identify your pet's Skin
You should also consider the type of skin your dog has while choosing a dog shampoo. If your dog has dry skin, for example, you should look for a moisturising shampoo. Because they relieve dry skin, products made with jojoba oil and oatmeal are the best. Make sure to completely rinse your dog's coat after washing him, especially if he has dry skin. Soap residue will increase the itching and flaking. You should get a hypoallergenic shampoo for your dog if he has sensitive skin. Strong scents and colours are not used in hypoallergenic shampoos, making them much safer. Even if your dog's skin is not sensitive, you should consider choosing natural ingredient shampoos to be safe.
Identify your pet's Coat
There are many different dog species, each with its own coat. Some dogs have thick, double coats, while others have silky, fine hair. If your dog's coat is fine and prone to tangling, you should buy a detangling shampoo. If you have a pet that sheds excessively, on the other hand, you should look for shampoos that deal with this specific problem
If your dog's coat is very white, it may turn yellow over time if you do not use the right shampoo. The coat of a black dog can also lose its lustre and look dull. You may, however, keep your dog's coat colour if you use the right shampoo. Before buying shampoo, do some research to avoid losing the natural colour or dulling the lustre of your dog's coat.
Get quality dog shampoo
Consider the above: regardless of how often you bathe your dog, a bottle of dog shampoo tends to last longer than a bottle of human shampoo. A large bottle of dog shampoo can last for a year and if you purchase a large bottle of dog shampoo bought. This means the product will keep your dog clean while also saving you money over time. Investing in a good shampoo will keep your dog cleaner for longer, thus lengthening the period between baths. It would be much cheaper to buy a quality product than to buy inexpensive products that you would have to use frequently to keep your dog clean.
No matter what the condition or disease, ensure your pet shampoo is Paraben, Sulphate and Dye free always!
At Koparo we have created a Honey & Vanilla Dog Shampoo with a blend of vitamin complex of A, E, B5, Jojoba oil, Castor Oil, Horse Chestnut seed extract, and Aloe leaf juice, this moisturising and hydrating shampoo cleanses and promotes good skin & coat health. This is vital for healthy fur, coat and irritation-free skin.
Honey & Vanilla Dog shampoo contains plant based ingredients and the pH Balanced formula makes it an ideal choice for puppies over 6 weeks and works across breeds of dogs.
Bonus, it’s 100% vegan and a PETA certified cruelty-free formula.