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Lime Sulfur Dip

Lime Sulfur Dip is a sulfur concentrate for treatment of non-specific dermatoses and parasites on dogs, cats, puppies and kittens which are responsive to lime sulfur.

Vetoquinol Lime Sulfur Dip 017030015126
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Lime Sulfur Dip
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Lime Sulfur Dip is a sulfur concentrate for treatment of non-specific dermatoses and parasites on dogs, cats, puppies and kittens which are responsive to lime sulfur.

Caution(s): Use in well ventilated area.  May stain light colored dogs/cats and porous (e.g. cement) surfaces. May change the color of jewelry. For topical use only on dogs and cats. Do not exceed label dosages. Measure carefully.  Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes.  If eye contact of skin irritation develops, rinse with clean water for at least 15 minutes, stop treatment and consult your veterinarian immediately. If ingestion occurs, rinse mouth with clean water and offer large amounts of milk, egg whites or water.  DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING.

UPC 017030015126
Brand Vet Solutions
Manufacturer Vetoquinol
Size 4 oz
Size Options No
Color Options No
Cost/Feeding No
Product Condition new

Dosage and Administration: Shake well before use. Dilute 4 oz. in one (1) gallon of water (1 part Lime Sulfur Dip to 32 parts water). After adding concentrate to water, mix well.  Wear gloves. Carefully pour diluted dip over animal making sure to reach all affected areas.  Re-apply at 5- to 7-day intervals, or as directed by your veterinarian. Do not rinse or use a blow dryer. Do not allow animal to ingest.  Apply a protective collar until dry if necessary to prevent ingestion.

Active Ingredient(s): Contains:Sulfurated lime solution 97.8% Inert ingredients 2.2%

Lime Sulfur dip

4 stars

I bought this for my pit bull pup, who had ringworm and dermatitis. The dip did clear up the ring worm balding spots and seemed to make her feel better. I reccomend this product.

Review by Sam on 6/23/12

OK

3 stars

My review is still unclear. The lime sulfer dip has helped a little, but the scratching and pulling the hair out is still occurring. She is starting to settle down a bit more; however she still has the cone on and I would relly love to have that gone.
I am glad I ordered it and will continue to use it until it's gone, just to see if it completely clears it up.

Thank you

Review by Sandy on 6/18/12

Good product

5 stars

Our shelter kitten developed ring worm, my vet suggested the lime sulfur dip to stop the spread. It worked. Not the greatest smell - smells like rotten eggs.

Review by bam on 12/29/11

Good product

5 stars

Our shelter kitten developed ring worm, my vet suggested the lime sulfur dip to stop the spread. It worked. Not the greatest smell - smells like rotten eggs.

Review by bam on 12/29/11

Lime Sulfur Dip

5 stars

With twenty years animal rescue experience, the only product I use to effectively rid sarcoptic and demodetic mange, and ringworm is Lime Sulfur Dip.

Review by SNIPNYC on 10/30/11

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