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    When to Use a Conditioner

    Conditioners should always be used after shampooing our pets to replace the oils, or sebum, that we removed during bathing. But not all conditioners are the same. Conditioners are made up of emollients or humectants or a combination of both. Emollients are made to coat the hair and skin and hold moisture in, so they...

    Jumpy Horse?

    Do you find your horse exceptionally jumpy? Or acting like something is bothering him but you can’t figure out why? He was fine before you put the saddle on… It could be salt. Horses sweat, which leaves salt crystals on the skin. These crystals can accumulate in your saddle blanket and cinches. So every time…

    Noses Calluses

    Nose calluses are common in many of our small and short nosed breeds. Like human hands, the callus builds as a response to chronic irritation like sun, nasal discharge, licking, plastic bowls, or rubbing. Sometimes they are small while other times they are quite involved. In order to “heal” these, it is important to use…

    Linda Wontroba

    I took your suggestion and purchased the Mineral red line shampoo and conditioner. I conditioned shampooed and conditioned again, just as you suggested and the results are phenomenal. She now has silky feeling hair and remains silky today, 5 days later. With other shampoos/conditioners she only looked good the first couple hours after I bathed/groomed…

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