Hartz Groomer's Best Soothing Oatmeal Dog Shampoo, Buttermilk, 18 fl oz

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Hartz Groomer's Best Soothing Oatmeal Dog Shampoo, Buttermilk, 18 fl oz

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Product Description

Hartz Groomer’s Extra Gentle Soothing Shampoo for dogs cleans and calms irritated skin with a gentle, creamy formula. Moisturizers and protein conditioners leave a soft, silky coat. Buttermilk Scent.

  • Specially formulated for dogs with itchy, irritated skin, this soothing, extra-gentle hydrating oatmeal shampoo provides a boost of hydration and moisture
  • Includes 18 fluid ounces of extra-gentle, buttermilk scented shampoo
  • Suitable for dogs of all ages and hair lengths, this super sudsy solution is kind to sensitive skin and easy-to-lather for a thoroughly clean coat that‚Äôs soft and shiny
  • 2018 Women's Choice Award winner
  • Made with 100% pet safe ingredients
  • Keep your pampered pup smelling fresh with a subtle buttermilk fragrance

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