3 Mr. Groom Medicated Shampoo for dogs. Brand new (sealed) presenting all the latest high street fashion

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ConditionNew
CategoryPet Supplies, Dog Supplies, Dog Shampoo

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(3) Mr. Groom Medicated Shampoo for dogs.Brand new (sealed)

Description
Take the ouch out of your furbaby’s skin with Mr. Groom Medicated Dog Shampoo. Made to relieve and heal dry skin and hot spots, Medicated Dog Shampoo not only helps reduce scratching, it also leaves his coat super shiny, squeaky clean and smelling fresh. This soothing cleanser contains sulfur, a powerful all-natural ingredient that acts like an invisible bandage to help speed healing. Formulated with chlorhexidine, benzoyl peroxide, and salicylic acid to help treat bacterial and fungal skin issues, the shampoo is designed to continue healing your pet’s skin even after he’s done with his bath—how bow-wow-wonderful!
Key Benefits
 Made to relieve and heal dry skin and hot spots.
 Helps reduce scratching and leaves his coat super shiny, squeaky clean and smelling fresh.
 Soothing cleanser contains sulfur to help speed the healing process.
 Formulated with chlorhexidine, benzoyl peroxide, and salicylic acid to he





















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