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Kokoba Odour Control Shampoo

Kokoba Odour Control Shampoo
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Kokoba odour control shampoo keeps your cat or dog smelling clean and fresh by neutralising nasty smells. How it works If you don't want your pet to smell like flowers, but aren't keen on... Read more

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Kokoba odour control shampoo keeps your cat or dog smelling clean and fresh by neutralising nasty smells.

How it works

If you don't want your pet to smell like flowers, but aren't keen on their natural 'aroma' either, don't worry. This formula is unscented, and simply works by killing off the bacteria living in your pet's coat (it's their fault your little buddy can be a bit pongy). Not only does this shampoo get rid of nasty smells, but it also moisturises skin and boosts hair health. It's good for your pet and also the environment, as it's 90% biodegradable. Some of the natural ingredients in the formula include soothing aloe vera and cleansing Peg-60 hydrogenated castor oil.

Key benefits

  • 500 millilitre bottle
  • formulated for dogs and cats
  • removes unpleasant odours by neutralising bacteria in your pet's coat
  • unscented and natural
  • environmentally friendly formula is 90% biodegradable
  • gentle on skin and pH balanced.

When to use it

All animals get a bit whiffy sometimes, but some breeds smell a little stronger than others. Owners of Saint Bernards, cocker spaniels and mastiffs will be well aware of this. These breeds are smellier because their glands secrete more oil. If your dog's strong scent's taking over the house, give them a wash with this shampoo. Pop them in the tub and wet them all over with warm water (check with your hand that it's not too hot: you don't want to scald their skin). Gently massage the shampoo into their coat until you've got a good lather, then rinse and repeat.

While some pets have a strong smell naturally, others can develop an odour when they have skin conditions, allergies or infections. Look out for other signs such as inflammation, itching, and a restless attitude. If you think your pet might have a health problem, it's well worth calling the vet for diagnosis and treatment.

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