RSPCA Medicated Shampoo for Dogs and Cats 500 ml,
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- An antibacterial, antifungal and antipruritic shampoo
- Effective in fighting skin infections
- Treat bacterial infections associated with dermatitis
- Antifungal to treat fungal infections such as ringworm
- Antipruritic to soothe and relieve itchy skin
- Product Dimensions : 1 x 1 x 1 cm; 550 Grams
- Date First Available : 21 August 2018
- Manufacturer : RSPCA
- ASIN : B07GPZ14C4
- Item Model Number : RSPMS500
- Best Sellers Rank: 19,200 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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RSPCA Medicated Shampoo is an antibacterial, antifungal and antipruritic shampoo that can be used safely on both dogs and cats. This medicated shampoo is a topical keratolytic and can be used when bathing your pet to treat bacterial and fungal infections such as ringworm and dermatitis. The formula is a gentle enough to use on your pets raw and itchy skin and can provide soothing relief from painful symptoms of skin infection.
Wet the animal thoroughly with clean water. Apply RSPCA Medicated Shampoo to the animal at several points and massage into the coat. A sponge assists lathering and penetration of shampoo into the coat. Ensure that RSPCA Medicated Shampoo is applied around the lips, under the tail and between the toes as these areas harbour causative organisms. Leave shampoo on the animal for 10 minutes then rinse off thoroughly with clean water. Repeat twice weekly until symptoms abate, then weekly or as directed by your veterinary surgeon. 50 mL of RSPCA Medicated Shampoo would be adequate to treat a 30 kg medium hair length dog and 7 – 10 mL of RSPCA Medicated Shampoo would be adequate for an adult cat. When treating Ringworm (Dermatophytosis), all in-contact animals should be treated to limit infection spreading and environmental contamination.