The best thing to do, whether you have a bath lover or hater, is to have everything ready to go before you start. This helps move the whole process along efficiently, decreases stress, and prevents you from using the wrong products OSTER PRO ORANGE CREME X-CLEAN SHAMPOO 473ML
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Some pets love a bath, and others, well, it is like bathing a screaming toddler — messy and stressful.
- Is the shampoo specifically formulated for pets?
- Is it hypoallergenic?
- Is the shampoo used for regular bathing soap-free? This is important so that it will not strip oils from the coat and dry out the skin? See below for some soap-free suggestions.
- Does it have a non-irritating ingredient list? Make sure it doesn’t have any of the following: fragrances, dyes, formaldehyde, alcohol, mineral oil, phthalates, parabens, sodium lauryl, and polysorbates.
- Does it thoroughly cleanse? Medicated shampoos are not meant for cleansing, however, routine shampoos are. So, if you’re using a medicated shampoo, you’ll also need a regular shampoo to clean your pet first.
- Can it eliminate odors? Most labels will state if it eliminates odors, but sometimes it’s trial and error.
- Does it match my pet’s coat type (long and silky, short or double-coated)?
- Medicated shampoos need to be applied to a clean wet coat. Using lukewarm water, completely wet your pet’s coat after you have brushed them out. If your pet is visibly dirty, pre-wash with HyLyt shampoo or another gentle shampoo to remove the excess dirt.
- Once clean, begin to gently work the medicated shampoo into the wet coat. Start with the areas that are most severely affected and then move to the rest of the body.