Once your try King Kanine deshedding shampoo, we are sure you will never want to use another canine shampoo again.
Bath time is an important part of your dog’s routine, from summer grooming to seasonal skin care. Whether you have an active puddle jumper who needs a bath on most days, or a more relaxed pooch who only needs a bath every once in a while, King Kanine, King Klean shampoo turns an average bath into a soothing spa experience for your pet.
King Kanine’s King Klean dog & cat shampoo is formulated with your pet’s wellness in mind to make your dog look and feel their best. This organic shampoo rinses off easily leaving your pet smelling clean and his coat feeling incredibly soft. The King Klean dog & cat shampoo is made with only six organic ingredients: coconut oil, jojoba oil, lemongrass, organic aloe vera, olive oil, and rosemary oil.
By using only natural and organic ingredients and essential oils, King Kanine provides pet shampoo that is hypoallergenic, perfect for sensitive skin, eco-friendly, and non-toxic.
King Klean deshedding pet shampoo is VOF (Vermont Organic Farmers) certified organic specially formulated for dogs with only six ingredients. This delicate formula was created to rinse off easily and will leave your dog not only smelling amazing but super soft. Hypo allergenic, eco-friendly, safe and non-toxic. Organic to USDA standards.
All dogs shed year round very much like we do. Hair is constantly falling out and re-growing. The shedding phase is when hair falls out and is replaced by new hair. However, when we think about shedding we are really thinking about seasonal shedding.
Seasonal shedding typically happens twice a year. The first is when the weather becomes warmer and the undercoat falls out. This is the dreaded season when there are clumps of fur around your house, and if you have a Husky, you can easily pluck large tuffs off of your dog. The second is when the weather becomes cooler and the top coat falls out to make room for the fresh undercoat.
However, because most pets live indoors and are exposed to interior lighting and artificial temperatures, the shedding cycle gets disrupted and can take place year round. This is what throws most people off. They can’t understand why their Labrador is shedding in February, but if you have your heat set to 75 degrees, their body probably thinks summer is around the corner!
What is De-shedding?
De-shedding is the physical removal of a pet’s loose undercoat. The idea is to remove the hair before it lands on your furniture and clothes, but it also makes your dog more comfortable. Groomers use multiple tools and methods to de-shed dogs depending on their coat type.
Unfortunately, while de-shedding is beneficial and significantly reduces the amount of hair on your dog and cat, it doesn’t stop the shedding process. Many owners are miffed when their dog keeps shedding after a de-shedding.
Brushing your pet’s fur manages their top coat and removes dander and debris. While brushing your dog is vital to their health, it does not do the same job as de-shedding. De-shedding is to go in and remove the loose undercoat that dogs eventually lose naturally, whether all over your couch or in your garden. If you want to de-shed your pet at home, you need to find brushes designed to get to the undercoat.
Is a natural pet shampoo as effective as a traditional pet shampoo?
King Kanine natural pet shampoo is made with organic ingredients can be just as, if not more effective than traditional pet shampoos. The best natural dog shampoo contains natural ingredients such as aloe vera, coconut oil, and essential oils that can help moisturise and soothe your pet’s skin, while effectively cleaning their coat.