Itch Stop Spray, 4 oz
Stuff does work
My dog suffers from hot spots beginning like clock work march 15, last thru mid May . It's one spot, size of quarter behind his head, center between the ears, drive him nuts, I've tried mederol, predisone, zrytec, Benadryl , you name it, although temporary , both the shampoo and spray work and give a solid 24 hrs or so relief. Solid relief where the dod can sleep and function. Both have hydrocortisone and lanicaine , I'm almost 60 , and I'm telling anyone who loves there pets, this is great stuff, especially for allergies , whether airborne or food. Prescriptions stuff is not good for there liver, if your beyond frustration, get the shampoo and spray for sure, use twice a week if able, spray I keep a bottle upstairs and down, massage in with those rubber soft brushes.
May 7, 2014
product worked great
my poor tabby got a rash and I used this on her before I could get her into the vet, didn't know cats could get poison oak, worked well and helped her scratchy skin/fur. I sprayed it on my hand then rubbed it on her, my cats hate spray bottles, I then ordered the tube much easier
April 25, 2014
I plan to always have it on hand
The Itch Stop wipes are a life saver for our cat Sophie. She suffers from dermatitis brought on by seasonal allergies. She develops raw sores from scratching at the itchy spots. These little moist towelettes are perfect size so that you don't waste medication and you can really get in there under the fur with them. Much better than spray. I haven't seen a cat yet who will stand still and let you spray them. They hold enough to treat 2 or 3 spots at a time so they last a long time. They relieve the itch so that she doesn't scratch as much. The sores heal a lot quicker, before they have a chance to get infected. I'll always keep a supply of these on hand.
March 1, 2014
I love to pick up the book, look at it and order right away.
I would say that this is a great place to order things that you need for your dog or cat, I ordered the stuff and it was here before I knew it.
February 5, 2014