The Animology range was voted Best Pet Product 2010, as well as being voted the Best Grooming Product 2012. The range consists of shampoos, no rinse shampoos and sprays and has been formulated to help achieve grooming perfection.
The pedigree of these grooming products has been highlighted by the addition of Animology as the official shampoo and spray range for Groom Team England. Groom Team England are one of the most successful international groom teams, competing biennially at the International Grooming Championships. Both Animology and Groom Team England also work closely to educate and support groomers by providing educational seminars throughout England.
The Animology dog shampoos that Vetpharmacy are now stocking are: Back to Black; White Wash; Dogs Body; Puppy Love; Flea & Tick; and Fox Poo. Fox Poo is a unique formula of dog shampoo that removes foul smelling and stubborn fox poo from your dog’s coat. It can also be used to remove cow, duck, sheep, badger and other animal faeces. Furthermore, it contains Pro-Vitamin B5 and conditioners to transform your dog’s coat.
In addition to regular dog shampoo, the Animology range also includes two no rinse shampoos: Dirty Dawg and Mucky Pup. Dirty Dawg helps to keep dogs of all breeds clean and fresh, containing conditioners and Pro-Vitamin B5 to improve their coat’s strength, health and condition. Mucky Pup has been especially designed for puppies from 6 weeks of age. However, it can also be used to keep both puppies and dogs clean and fresh.
The following sprays also comprise part of the Animology Range: Gloss Finish; Puppy Fresh: Stink Bomb; and Knot Sure. Knot Sure is an anti-tangle spray that also helps to prevent matted hair when used regularly. While Stink Bomb is infused with Animology’s signature scent to help keep dogs smelling fresh and clean between washes.
This professional quality range of dog grooming products will make sure that your pooch stays fresh, clean and looking their best and is available at a competitive price from Vetpharmacy.
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