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Bio-Groom Super Foam™ Dog Coat Dressing

Original price was: $14.99.Current price is: $13.20.
Product Highlights Super Foam™ is a dog coat dressing Volumizes, texturizes, and tames coat Prevents mats and tangles Helps prevent
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Bio-Groom So-Dirty™ Cleansing Shampoo (5 Gallon) Dog Grooming Shampoo

Original price was: $232.80.Current price is: $197.00.
  • Deep cleansing formula for dirty dogs
  • Strengthens coat without stripping natural oils
  • Scrubbing foam lather is easy to rinse
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Bio-Groom Oatmeal Anti-Itch Shampoo (5 Gallon)
Dog Grooming Shampoo

Original price was: $214.00.Current price is: $189.99.
  • Soothes dry, itchy skin with colloidal oatmeal
  • Strengthens fragile hair with raw oat protein
  • Rinses cleanly with a silky, soft sheen
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Bio-Groom Bio-Med™ Veterinary Strength Topical Solution Dog Shampoo
Dog Grooming Shampoo

Original price was: $57.99.Current price is: $48.99.
Product Highlights Bio-Med™ is a medicated, veterinary-strength dog shampoo For fleabite dermatitis, seborrhea, psoriasis, hot spots & related skin disorders
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Bio-Groom So-Dirty Shampoo Gallon
Dog Grooming Shampoo

Original price was: $53.99.Current price is: $45.50.
Product Highlights So-Dirty™ is a deep cleansing dog shampoo Made for all the stinky, dirty aspects of being a dog
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Bio-Groom Natural Scents Desert Agave Blossom Shampoo Gallon
Dog Grooming Shampoo

Original price was: $65.99.Current price is: $58.99.
Product Highlights Desert Agave Blossom Shampoo is a luxury, scented dog shampoo Enriched with organic baobab protein and the finest
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Bio-Groom Super White™ Brightening Shampoo (1 Gallon)
Dog Grooming Shampoo

Original price was: $44.55.Current price is: $36.70.
  • Pearlescent brighteners create a sparkling finish
  • Soy protein adds moisture and strength
  • Rich lather with a quick, clean rinse
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Bio-Groom Oatmeal Anti-Itch Shampoo (1 Gallon)
Dog Grooming Shampoo

Original price was: $52.78.Current price is: $47.97.
  • Soothes dry, itchy skin with colloidal oatmeal
  • Strengthens fragile hair with raw oat protein
  • Rinses cleanly with a silky, soft sheen
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Bio-Groom Ultra Black™ Dark Coat Shampoo (1 Gallon)
Dog Grooming Shampoo

Original price was: $43.35.Current price is: $36.70.
  • Intensifies and clarifies dark colored coats
  • Pearlescent brighteners add a sparkling finish
  • Soy protein and vitamin B5 strengthens hair
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Bio-Groom Facial Foam Cleanser (1 Gallon)
Dog Grooming Cleanser

$43.99
  • Mild, tear-free formula for pet faces
  • Helps lift stains without rinsing
  • Moisturizes with a non-oily finish
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Bio-Groom Silk™ Conditioning Rinse (1 Gallon)
Dog Grooming Conditioner

$30.59
  • Condition and detangle with chamomile extract
  • Soy protein adds moisture and strength
  • Pro vitamin B5 nourishes the coat
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Bio-Groom So-Gentle™ Mild Shampoo (1 Gallon)
Dog Grooming Shampoo

$41.99
  • Hypoallergenic, pH balanced pet shampoo
  • Ultra-gentle cleansers with no common allergens
  • Tear-free formula rinses clean
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Dog Grooming Shampoos

Odor is often seen as an unavoidable part of dog ownership. Even tidy dogs who are perfectly house broken have a noticeable odor that some people find offensive, and it’s something that dog lovers learn to embrace or at least ignore in order to enjoy the amazing benefits of sharing their home with a furry friend.

But is doggie odor actually inevitable? How often would someone have to bathe their dog in order to reduce or eliminate the smell, and would a dog be harmed by having that many baths?

There are many considerations in order to answer these questions. They include what products you use to bathe a dog,  dog’s response to bathing, and a dog’s breed and coat type.

When planning to bathe your dog regularly, it’s important to carefully choose your products and introduce your dog to your new schedule in a low-stress context. The reward will be a clean, healthy, happy dog that doesn’t stink up your home.

Dog Bathing Products

When trying to figure out how much shampoo and conditioner to purchase, remember that a dog has much more hair than any human, often ten times as much or more; it follows that in order to thoroughly bathe them it will take a large amount of product.

When buying shampoos, conditioners and other products, plan to buy large quantities. Then consider factors like scent, sensitivity, and whether you need extra power for stains around the face, tail and paws.

Shampoo Choices

Dog shampoos vary from the most basic detergent, through sensitive formulations, to veterinary formulations for skin disorders and parasites. They also come in different scents and concentrations.

Shampoos for Different Coat Colors

Some shampoos are formulated to enhance a dog’s appearance by making their natural coat color shine. Brightening shampoos for white dogs give their coat a pearlescent shine; shampoos for black coats protect from sun fading and leave a silky gloss.

Shampoos for Medical Conditions

For dogs that are prone to itching and hot spots an oatmeal shampoo can be a great relief, soothing and hydrating the skin. Other dogs need a stronger formulation to help with troubles like dermatitis and psoriasis. Salycilic acid formulations are particularly soothing, helping to reduce skin inflammation without adding toxins that the dog can ingest while self-grooming.

Conditioners

Any time you shampoo a dog, you remove the naturally protective oils that the dog secretes. It's important to replace the old oils by using a conditioner.

Add a conditioning rinse at the end of the bath to make the dog’s coat healthy, smooth and luxurious. It will also make detangling and fluffing much easier once the coat begins to dry.

Frequently Asked Questions

What shampoo do groomers use to make dogs smell so good?

Many dog groomers choose the Bio-Groom shampoo line, which includes formulations for many different needs, and does a great job deodorizing them. Consider also adding a Bio-Groom dog cologne in one of their many scents, for a longer lasting fresh smell.

How to wash dogs like a groomer?

Here are some tips to help you successfully wash your dog the way a groomer would.

Remember to read the label and dilute the shampoo if needed, professional dog grooming shampoo is more potent and you could end up wasting a lot of it.

Train your dog to hold still for sensitive areas like face, paws, and tail; they are the areas that the dog likes least to have cleaned, but are also often the dirtiest and smelliest.

Don’t be afraid to spot clean a second time after shampooing the whole dog.

Rinse, rinse, rinse—residual soap will make your dog itchy, which will make them damage their coats trying to relieve the discomfort.

Use a good dog conditioner to make the coat soft and luxurious.

Finish with a dog-safe cologne for that wonderful scent you look forward to after a trip to the groomer.

How often should a dog be groomed and bathed?

Every one to three months a healthy dog will need to be groomed and bathed. This is enough to reduce oil buildup and keep odors in check. The time between baths will vary depending on breed, coat type, and activities.

How to bathe a dog's face?

When you bathe a dog’s face, it is important to be careful not to get soap in the eyes. Training your dog in advance to accept face handling will help a lot. Consider purchasing Bio-Groom Facial Foam Cleanser, a delicate formulation which doesn’t even need to be rinsed, to simplify the process.