About the Product
Isle of Dogs Coature No. 10 Evening Primrose Oil Dog Shampoo is a high-quality shampoo designed specifically for dogs with dry and sensitive skin. This 1-Liter bottle is packed with nourishing ingredients that will leave your furry friend’s coat looking healthy and shiny.
- Formulated with evening primrose oil to soothe and moisturize dry skin
- Gentle formula suitable for dogs with sensitive skin
- Leaves the coat soft, shiny, and manageable
- Helps to reduce itching and irritation
- 1-Liter bottle provides long-lasting use
Why Choose Isle of Dogs Coature No. 10 Evening Primrose Oil Dog Shampoo?
When it comes to caring for your dog’s skin and coat, you want the best. Isle of Dogs Coature No. 10 Evening Primrose Oil Dog Shampoo is specially formulated to provide relief and nourishment to your furry friend’s skin. The evening primrose oil helps to soothe dryness and moisturize the skin, while the gentle formula ensures it is suitable for dogs with sensitive skin.
Not only does this shampoo provide relief, but it also leaves the coat soft, shiny, and manageable. Say goodbye to dull and lifeless fur! With Isle of Dogs Coature No. 10 Evening Primrose Oil Dog Shampoo, your dog’s coat will be the envy of the neighborhood.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Can I use this shampoo on puppies?
Yes, this shampoo is safe to use on puppies. However, it is always recommended to consult with your veterinarian before introducing any new products to your puppy’s grooming routine.
2. How often should I bathe my dog with this shampoo?
The frequency of bathing depends on your dog’s individual needs. Generally, it is recommended to bathe your dog every 4-6 weeks or as needed. Over-bathing can strip the natural oils from your dog’s skin, so it’s important to find a balance.
3. Can this shampoo help with flea control?
While this shampoo is not specifically formulated for flea control, it can help to soothe irritated skin caused by flea bites. For effective flea control, it is recommended to use a dedicated flea shampoo or consult with your veterinarian for appropriate flea treatment options.