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Why The Antibacterial Shampoos For Dogs Have Become A Need For Your Pets

by Ransi Plick Website Owner

All through you have been nurturing your dog, you would have used a variety of dog grooming products, including a lot of shampoos to clean their outer body. And with this, you might be very well acquainted with the fact that dog shampoos are highly distinct in their composition and function than a human shampoo.

Therefore, it is always advised to use a dog-specific shampoo on your pet’s body for its effective overall grooming.

Recently, the antibacterial shampoos for the pets have also gained an immense popularity due to the increasing number of disorders and deterioration in the environmental conditions.

Here we would like to inform you about the imperativeness of the antibacterial shampoo for your pet’s body and why the use of these products has increased over the years. 

What Are Antibacterial Shampoos?

Antibacterial shampoos function similar to the normal shampoos, but they could have some special natural ingredient such as aloe vera extracts, tea oils and vinegars etc. These products are known for their antibacterial properties. They also keep the essential skin oils of the skin intact also balance the pH of the body.

Additionally, they also help to suppress the attack of bacteria and other microbes.

Bacterial Infections In Dogs:

The infections in the body of dogs are associated with the following:

·         Salmonella: These are the species of bacteria that cause infections and diarrhea in dogs. It could affect its body when the dogs consume raw meats, animal feces, contaminated foods and also due to contact with some affected pet.

·         Bodetella: This is the form of disease caused by bacteria known as Bodetella bronchiseptica bacteria. This is an air-borne disease and is prominent in puppies or adult dogs that have weak immune system.

·         Campylobacteriosis: The disease affects mostly the younger dogs and its guilty are transmitted in the body through contaminated food, water and uncooked or contaminated flesh. It could result in diarrheic conditions in its body.

·         Coliobacillosis: The disease is caused by a species of bacteria known as E. Coli. It is transmitted through contaminated food, water and uncooked foods.

Use Of Antibacterial Shampoos:

Antibacterial shampoos are mainly used for the cleaning and microbial-elimination purposes. When your dog encounters a bacterial infection in its body, it is very essential to clean the affected area with a specific solution, so that the risk and extent of this does not increase in due course of life.

The solution would effectively help to clean even the non-visible portion of its skin and fur which could be a residence for various kinds of insects such as ticks and mites. The usage of these products is inculcated following the proper dog grooming tips to ensure that you do not do more than the required for its body.

Caution: It is better to consult a vet to adopt the usage of certain kind of a shampoo in your pet’s body. Some body-washes may contain chemicals which could pose irritations and infections in its body, which you surely won’t wish it to encounter. 


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