Dr Zoo Nourishing Conditioner for Dogs & Cats
- Brand: Dr Zoo
- Availability: 6
- Ex Tax: R173.02
Leave your fur-babies looking great and feeling spectacular with the Dr.Zoo Nourishing Conditioner for pets.
It’s suitable for puppies, dogs, cats and most other pets in your home to help moisturize their skin and condition their coats the safe way – because this product is made with natural ingredients and edible oils.
Meaning if your pet sneaks in a quick lick and groom of their own, there’s no need to bust out a sweat or rush to the vet.
- Suitable for cats, dogs and puppies too
- Made with safe and natural ingredients
- Contains edible oil, incl. Jojoba oil that is a fabulous fur moisturizer
- Help effectively moisturise their skin and coats
- Safe if ingested by your pet
DIRECTION FOR USE
- Gently massage the conditioner into your pet’s fur after shampooing.
- The conditioner can be either left on the coat or rinsed.
- Dry off and brush for an exquisite and silky finish.
Purified Water, Jojoba Oil, Behentrimonium Methosulfate (Canola Based Conditioner), Glucose Derived Cleansers: Decyl Glucoside, Coco Glucoside and Lauryl Glucoside, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Piroctone Olamine, Fragrant Oil (Phthalate free), Allantoin.
NOTE – Please be aware that ingredient lists may change or vary from time to time. Please refer to the ingredient list on the product package you receive for the most up-to-date list of ingredients.
The team behind Dr. Zoo has a background in creating natural products for humans (MooGoo Skin Care), and with their expertise, they’ve decided to develop a natural range of skin care for our beloved pets.
Pets share some of the same skin problems as humans, but their skin is a little bit different than ours. Dr. Zoo adjusted the pH to suit our pets’ skin perfectly, it’s also 100% natural and lickable.
Did you know that there is no regulation for pet products to list the ingredients used? Dr. Zoo’s team is passionate about letting pet owners know exactly which ingredients are in their products.
That way, owners can research the ingredients themselves to make sure they are healthy for their pets.