SynergyLabs VF Clinical Care Antifungal & Antiseptic Medicated Spray
SynergyLabs Veterinary Formula Clinical Care Antiseptic and Antifungal Spray for Dogs and Cats – Medicated Topical Spray Treatment for Fungal and Bacterial Skin Infections in Dogs and Cats, Fast Acting, Heal and Soothe Infections (8 oz bottle)
Finding an effective treatment for skin infections in dogs and cats can take many expensive trips to the vet with even more expensive sprays, creams, and medications, with no end in sight to your pet’s discomfort. Not anymore. Veterinary Formula Clinical Care Antiseptic and Antifungal Spray is an effective and affordable treatment for bacterial and fungal infections in dogs and cats. With an easy treatment regimen of twice daily for one week and then once daily for up to 12 weeks, you can give your pet relief from hair loss, dandruff, itching and redness, thickened skin, and the musty odor caused by skin conditions such as dermatitis and pyoderma. The veterinary-grade ingredients in our topical 8 oz. bottle of Antiseptic and Antifungal Spray deodorize and help relieve fungal and bacterial skin conditions which can result from: allergies (including flea, food, contact, and hereditary), hormonal disorders such as hypothyroidism, weakened immune system, short coats or skin folds, trauma from grooming and scratching, ringworm, hot spots, certain types of mange, and yeast infections. Your pet will feel the soothing relief of Keratin and Aloe Vera while the Chlorhexidine Gluconate quickly and painlessly keeps symptoms under control and relieves the infection. They spray is 100% safe, paraben, dye and soap free, great for pets with sensitive skin, and won’t harm your pet if it gets licked off. You can also use it with other topical spot-on flea and tick treatments. We know that your dogs and cats are more than just pets - they are part of the family - so Veterinary Formula Clinical Care designs premium medicated products that pet parents can actually afford. Your pet will feel fast acting relief from skin infections and you will notice a difference in the skin and coat – making you both happy and able to focus on more important things like walks, games and snuggles. Of course, it’s important to determine the cause of the underlying issue, so please consult your veterinarian if skin issues become a consistent problem.