- GENTLE HEALING – Veterinary Formula Clinical Care Antiparasitic and Antiseborrheic Medicated Shampoo for Dogs contains coal tar, salicylic acid, and micronized sulfur to treat skin scaling caused by seborrhea, relieve mange and other parasitic infections, and treat fungal and bacterial infections. Colloidal Oatmeal and Allantoin hydrate skin and promote healing.
- FAST ACTING – Antiparasitic and Antiseborrheic Medicated Dog Shampoo works fast to help relieve the inflamed scalp, greasy or waxy skin, red skin rashes, bald spots, itch and flaky skin associated with dermatitis, mange, seborrhea, parasitic, and bacterial infections. To use, shampoo 2-3 times per week initially and then less frequently as skin improves.
Finding an effective treatment for skin infections in dogs can take many expensive trips to the vet with even more expensive treatments, with no end in sight to your pet’s discomfort. Not anymore. Veterinary Formula Clinical Care Antiparasitic and Antiseborrheic Medicated Shampoo for Dogs is an effective and affordable treatment for skin scaling caused by seborrhea, mange and other parasitic infections, and fungal and bacterial infections. With an easy treatment regimen of shampooing 2-3 times per week initially and then less frequently as skin improves, you can give your pet relief from hair loss, flaking skin, red skin rashes, inflamed scalp, greasy or waxy skin, itching, thick crusted skin, foul odor, ear infections, and hot spots.
The veterinary-grade ingredients in our topical 16 oz. bottle of Antiparasitic and Antiseborrheic Medicated Dog Shampoo are proven to treat, hydrate and heal multiple skin conditions such as dermatitis, mange, seborrhea, parasitic and bacterial infections. Powerful medications salicylic acid, coal tar and micronized sulfur treat the infection, while colloidal oatmeal and allantoin hydrates skin and promotes healing. The spray is veterinarian recommended, safe, paraben, dye and soap free, and great for dogs with sensitive skin. You can also use it with other topical spot-on flea and tick treatments.
Coal Tar, Salicylic Acid & Micronized Sulfur, Colloidal Oatmeal and Allantoin
Q: I see that it says effective against fungal problems, but is it only to ease the symptoms, or will it actually kill fungus?
A: Coal tar is anti-fungal, anti-parasitic, anti-itch, anti-inflammatory. It’s used to treat psoriasis in humans. And yes, yeast is a fungus. It’s most likely that your dog with “yeast” problems has an overgrowth of Candida Albicans, and very probable that it’s an internal overgrowth that caused the skin affliction. I’m not speaking for the effectiveness of coal tar against Candida, but if topical treatment of your dog’s skin issue doesn’t respond to treatment or reoccurs after treatment, you should consider treating the problem internally. Also, if you’re feeding your dog dry food you may be perpetuating the problem.
This product is amazing i rescue a dog that was dumped on a side of a road in really bad conditions took her to the vet got a cone for her not to scratch and bought her a flea medicine since this babay was full of fleas add mange so i saw this awsome product on amazon and bought it for her after 2 uses i started seeing the changes and after 2 weeks and half the miracle happened my baby because i decided to keep her and give her a home recuperate very fast