Cuddly-Coat Grooming Shampoo

A mild, soap-free shampoo for dogs
  • Gentle enough for dog’s coat, face, and skin
  • Blends Chamomile Flower Extract with efficacious and gentle cleansing ingredients
  • pH-balanced formula will leave coat and skin clean with a light and refreshing lavender scent
  • Ideal for big and small, long- or short-haired dogs
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"Cleans my dog's fur extremely well! Gentle but effective."

Travis K., Kiehl’s Insider

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How to Apply:
-Wet coat thoroughly with water to remove surface dirt and debris
-Apply grooming shampoo, working through coat while gently massaging your pet's skin
-Keep out of dog's eyes and immediate eye area
-Rinse well with lukewarm water

Kiehl’s Insider Tip:

Follow with Cuddly-Coat Conditioning Rinse, created by Kiehl’s to especially to treat and condition dogs’ coat and skin.


Chamomile is a white and yellow daisy-like flower. Chamomile comes in various forms, including Roman, German and Hungarian flowers. The extract distilled from Chamomile has soothing and comforting properties. Certain flower extracts are used to help bring out highlights in light colored hair.


15% Plant-based Glycerin: A renowned skincare ingredient that works as a moisture magnet and pulls essential moisture into skin. It is highly compatible with skin and also creates a “reservoir effect”, enhancing the water-holding capacity of the skin and ultimately helping to provide skin elasticity and plumpness and facilitates epidermal barrier function. The glycerin used in this formula is plant-based and can be derived from sources including palm fruit, rapeseed and coconut. .

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Kiehl’s Skincare is scientifically formulated to restore and strengthen the skin barrier for healthier, younger-looking skin. Our targeted treatments are powerful, yet safe preparations which act to correct and treat your specific skin needs and concerns.