Dogs with curly coats tend to be low-shed dogs — great news for pet owners who don’t want hair all over the house. Many dog allergic people can tolerate curly-coated pets. However, low shed, curly-coated dogs, do shed somewhat, and loose hair gets caught in their curly coats.
If Coco is not groomed regularly, trapped hairs form knots and eventually mats in your curly-coated dog. This can be unsightly, and bacteria can get trapped under mats and cause skin irritation and sores.
Curly coated dogs, if not regularly groomed, can get really scruffy looking. They tend to have hair on their face, in the ears, between toes, around the mouth, and near the eyes and these hairs get covered in debris or discharge, which is unsightly, smelly, and can cause health problems or infections from trapped bacteria.
Curly coated dogs also tend to get faeces and mud caught and built upon their rear ends. Addressing these areas is especially important when grooming and washing your curly-coated dog.
The Animology Curly Coat Shampoo is specially formulated for these curly-coated-challenges.
The Animology Curly Coat Shampoo is an easy rinse, detangling, yet deep cleaning, oatmeal and shea butter extract that is friendly on the environment as well, as it is 100% Vegan.
Available in a handy 250 ml tube.