Dog Grooming

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  1. Frontline Pet Care Dark Coat Shampoo
    £7.50

    Formulated to enhance and protect the coat of dogs and cats with dark-coloured hair. 

  2. Frontline Pet Care White Coat Shampoo
    £7.50

    Formulated to enhance and protect the coat of dogs and cats with white or light-coloured hair.

  3. Frontline Pet Care Long Hair Shampoo
    £7.50

    Formulated for long-haired dogs and cats to strengthen and protect the coat and aid grooming.

  4. Frontline Pet Care Puppy & Kitten Shampoo
    £7.50

    A gentle and protective formula for puppies and kittens over two months of age.

  5. Frontline Pet Care Sensitive Skin Shampoo
    £7.50

    Formulated with dogs and cats with dry, irritated or damaged skin.

  6. Frontline Pet Care Paw Balm
    £7.50

    Moisturises and protects the sensitive areas of the feet in dogs and cats. 

  7. Frontline Pet Care Leave-in Foam
    £7.99

    A leave-in cleanser and conditioner for cats and dogs as an alternative to wet shampooing.

  8. Frontline Pet Care Daily Spritz
    £7.99

    A daily conditioning spray for cats and dogs.

  9. Frontline Pet Care Skin Care Gel
    £7.50

    Designed to help soothe patches of irritated skin in dogs and cats.

  10. Frontline Pet Care Eye Cleaner
    £7.50

    A neutral cleansing solution for the eyes and surrounding areas in dogs and cats.

  11. Frontline Pet Care Ear Cleaner
    £7.50

    A cleansing gel for dogs and cats that also soothes and protects the ears.

  12. Dermallay Neutrale Shampoo
    £9.46

    A specially formulated shampoo for cats & dogs to maintain a healthy & glossy coat.

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How much grooming your dog will need can often depend on their breed, it will almost certainly involve more than simply tidying up your dog’s coat. If your dog suffers from sensitive skin or has allergies, then they will need a hypoallergenic shampoo to help add a protective layer to the skin and hair which can help to reduce your dog’s exposure to those things which irritate their skin. Some skin conditions can be more indicative of something more serious, so if you have any concerns, it is a good idea to have your vet do a check up as antibiotics may be required. A flea comb is also a good tool to have in your arsenal when it comes to grooming your dog and should help you to find them before they get too established allowing you to treat your dog as soon as possible.