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    Ears are an extension of the skin and contain hair whose purpose is to block debris from entering into the canal. This hair can over-grow and may need to be thinned by plucking to prevent problems. The goal is not to remove all of the hair but to open up the canal enough to get...

    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...

    Why Use a Gentler Shampoo?

    Pet shampoos are made up of either detergents or alcohols to help remove dirt by removing some of the sebum layer. The more harsh the shampoo, the more sebum it removes. If too much sebum is removed by a harsh shampoo, or you bathe without using a hydrating conditioner, there is greater chance you will...
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