Our Pets are our Family, and they deserve the best animal health care that we can provide. From veterinary medicine to the perfect Shampoo, we need to identify their needs and find the right products for their healthcare.
For a pet’s grooming, a lot of products are available in the marketing, but the product that tops the list is a Shampoo. Finding the right shampoo for your furry friends is very important, and to do so you first need to understand your pet’s needs and requirements. Shampoos vary from breed to breed. Pets with a thicker coat require more dermal care as compared to pets with a thin coat.
A good Pet shampoo can perform wonders for your pet’s health, while the wrong one can cause dermatological problems. Pet parents should make an informed decision when it comes to choosing a dermal product for their pets.
Your pets are mischievous and they tend to get themselves dirty playing outside. Stopping them from playing should never be an option, but you should know, as pet parents, how to keep them clean while ensuring a healthy coat on them.
Things to keep in mind before choosing a Pet Shampoo:
- Your Pet’s Needs: Before choosing a Shampoo, you should know the needs of your pet. Whether the Shampoo is for enhancing their coat, to treat ticks & fleas, or to help in preventing fungal infections. For example, if your pet has a ticks and fleas infestation, you can go for our Clearkill Shampoo. If you’re looking for a shiny and smooth coat, you can give your pet a regular bath with our Oatem Shampoo. In cases of Fungal infection, you should opt for our Funggo Shampoo.
- What Your Pets do not Require: You should get your pets checked up with the veterinarians and understand what all ingredients they are suitable and allergic to, and look out for those in the Shampoo that you are choosing for them. A monthly visit to the vet is very important to identify your pet’s health. The vet can identify all the ingredients and elements that your pet is allergic to. It makes it easier to eliminate the pet products that might cause a reaction on your pets.
- Consult Your Vets: If you’ve found a product you think is right for your pet, you should first consult with your vet to know if the product is suitable for your furry friend. For example, a Shampoo with oatmeal might suit some pets and some pets might be allergic to it. So you need to consult your vet to get a sure shot answer to that.
- If the need demands, choose a medicated shampoo: It your pet is facing issues like fungal infections or flea infestation, you should always opt for a medicated shampoo to bring them relief from these painful dermal problems.
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How to choose the right Pet Shampoo for your Furry Friends
After understanding the needs and requirements of your pet, you need to make a decision that which is the right shampoo for their dermal health. The following points should be considered while making the final decision.
- The shampoo should take care of skin problems. For example, if your pet has a ticks and fleas infestation, you can go for our Clearkill Shampoo anti tick dog shampoo. If you’re looking for a shiny and smooth coat, you can give your pet a regular bath with our Oatem Shampoo. In cases of Fungal infection, you should opt for our Funggo Shampoo. We, at DCI, have a huge number of products to ensure the best Dermal Care for your pets.
- The shampoo should maintain the right skin pH, because a pH of 2.2 to 7.5 is associated with them. Any variation from these can cause skin problems. Get your pets checked with the vet, when you are trying a new Shampoo. Also, when you have tried on a new product on your pet, it is very important to take them for a regular check-up to the vet, just to be 100% sure that the product is good for their Dermal Health.
- Check for the ingredients and check if your pet is allergic to any of them to avoid any skin infections and discomfort for your pets. Regular vet check-ups can ensure that you know what all is good for your pet and what isn’t.
When it comes to pet products, you always need to be extra careful because it is harder to understand what works and what doesn’t work for them. Pets are very sensitive and at the same time unable to express their comfort or discomfort. They may face issues like fungal infections, ticks, fleas, lice, ear mites, and many more dermal problems. We need to make sure we have the right veterinary medicine for them for the issues they are facing.