Dermapet offers a wide range of top-quality spa products for home use. Our selection includes high quality cosmetic and medicinal products.  These products which are highly concentrated are designed to work with specific coat types, breeds, colors, as well as skin issues.

Each formula is scientifically developed in our research and development facilities to maximize cleansing, gentleness, and results.

We carefully source and incorporate the most nourishing and healing elements from nature, as well as non-prescription pharmaceutical medicinal materials, depending on specific skin needs or issues. Our formulations are meticulously designed to promote a flawless, healthy, and clean appearance, enhanced with beneficial essential oils and mild fragrances that provide a long-lasting bathing experience. With our customized formulas, you can ensure that your pet looks, feels, and smells their best.

Dermapet, an incredible bath for every need.

12 essential questions to consider before bathing your pet

Yes, it is very important to bathe and keep them clean, especially if they have skin health issues. In such cases, using the shampoo recommended by the veterinarian is vital for treatment success.

Animals can receive routine hygiene and beauty baths. In clinical cases where the skin and/or coat are affected, bathing with a medicated shampoo is an essential part of the therapeutic treatment to be successful.

It is recommended to bathe dogs whenever there is lack of hygiene and/or with an interval of no less than 15 days between baths, unless the veterinarian indicates a specific treatment for a skin condition.

Yes, animals should also be bathed in winter. We only need to take extra precautions to ensure they don’t get cold and the experience of bathing remains a pleasant one.

Animals should be completely dried after bathing in all cases.

Yes, females can be bathed when they are in heat. Bathing does not pose any risk or contraindication.

Pregnant dogs can be bathed, but special care must be taken with the type of product used. Sometimes animals can get intoxicated by licking the shampoo, so it is important to always consult with our veterinarian regarding the choice of shampoo for each case

Yes, cats can get baths. Extra precautions should be taken, especially if the animal is not accustomed to being bathed.

During bathing, it is advisable to cover the ears to prevent water from entering and causing subsequent ear inflammation. It is also important to protect the eyes from contact with shampoo to avoid possible irritations.

It is not recommended to use products that are not specifically indicated or approved for veterinary use. Many products have components, formulations, and fragrances that are not recommended for animal skin and coat. The use of these shampoos is contraindicated. It is essential to use shampoos like Dermapet, which have a slightly acidic pH (between 6-7), as other ranges may affect the health of our dog’s skin

Yes, they can be bathed. However, if bathing is a stressful experience for your dog, it is recommended to wait for a week after vaccination. If, on the other hand, your dog enjoys bathing, there is no need to wait to please them.

Puppies can be bathed once their vaccination schedule as well as their parasite treatment has been completed (around 4 to 5 months of age). If it is necessary to bathe them before that, it is important to do it in a calm and warm environment, using warm water and gentle movements to provide them with a sense of security. Bathing is a new experience for puppies and it may cause some degree of stress, so it’s important to handle them with care.

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