SynergyLabs VF Medical Care Antiparasitic,Antiseborrheic Medicated Shampoo, 17oz

SynergyLabs VF Medical Care Antiparasitic,Antiseborrheic Medicated Shampoo, 17oz

with , Salicylic Acid & Micronized Sulfur. Treats skin scaling brought on by Seborrhea. Aids alleviate Mange & other parasitic infections. Useful in opposition to fungal & bacterial skin infections. Seborrheic Dermatitis is a skin disorder identified in canines, cats & horses – and can be both genetic or the result of bacterial or yeast infections. Signs or symptoms may contain inflamed scalp, greasy or waxy skin, red skin rashes and scaly skin similar to dandruff.

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    • Mary
    • October 6, 2011
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Product, August 1, 2011
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    Mary

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    Got here just in time, my puppy is suffering from a genetic fungus he got a few weeks ago and I’m treating him so far no bad side effects and it smells lovely.

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    • Starqueen
    • October 6, 2011
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great product!, January 12, 2011
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    This review is from: SynergyLabs VF Clinical Care Antiparasitic,Antiseborrheic Medicated Shampoo, 17oz (Misc.)

    My dog had scaley skin. This shampoo seemed to clear up the skin and leave a shiney coat too.

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    • Suzy M "Suzy M"
    • October 6, 2011
    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful:
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    2 x week and a diet change is the cure, May 24, 2011
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    Suzy M “Suzy M” (Denver) –

    This review is from: SynergyLabs VF Clinical Care Antiparasitic,Antiseborrheic Medicated Shampoo, 17oz (Misc.)

    I have spent thousands of dollars at the vet trying to cure the severe allergy issue for my dog.The Prednisone helps,but it is dangerous to use long term.
    I set out to find the root cause and cure and this is what I found works:
    This product helps…you MUST shampoo your pet twice per week in order to get the dander off and get relief. Lather it up good in your hands. put all over and leave on a few minutes before washing off. Keep soap away from face and ears, use the low setting on a hand held shower massage , and use just slighlty warm water. Dip a washcloth in warm waterto clean the face.
    Daily, and after dog park or walks,make a bowl that is filled with water, 2 tsp. epson salt, 1 tsp bleach. Dip their paws in it and then do a quick rinse. This will work well for the fungas and allergy issue between bathing.
    If you want to get to the root of the problem, get your pet off of ALL commercial pet food. Don’t listen to your vet if they are selling food in their store..they have an agenda to make money, and it is NOT good for your pet.

    It is easy to get a big soup pot and throw in a bunch of veggies and protein to make a stew…pets need about 20 calories per pound, so a 20 pound dog should eat 400 calories per day, 50 percent of that should be protein.
    A good read is a nutrition book by Pat McKay..you can get the recipe for free online, just do a google search.
    The raw food diet is a little more work but is by FAR the best,but I do pour boiling water over the surface of the meat to kill any bacteria. Eliminate grains and remember that many dogs are allergic to chicken.
    One of my dogs is on beef and fish only for protein, then in a blender I mix raw cabbage, asparagus, raw sweet potato, kale. Add cooked , mashed carrots with just a dash of salt.
    For treats, give your dog a RAW beef rib bone. Dip in boiling water for a second. This will clean their teeth and keep them happy for a couple of hours.
    Add GOOD pet vitamins. Again, Mckay has some good ones on her site that are working good for my dogs. Homemade pet food does not have the needed bonemeal and basic vitamins in it so you have to add these.

    Vaccines are given too much. Give only what is required by law and know that after your dog is 5 years old ,the vaccinations are highly ineffective anyway..it’s a money maker and in some cases can make your pet sick.

    If you do the bathing and change the diet, you will find the allergy issue to be eliminated or drastically reduced.
    Dogs can live over 20 years if you take good care of them, and many do outside of the US.
    Good luck…just like humans, allergies is a complex issue,but if you do this you will find that it works well for most dogs.

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