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Clotrimazole 10 10
I feel so much better! I had lots of sores on my paws and backside. My Mommy ordered Clotrimazole for me. She put it on my sores twice a day for 10 days. My sores are all gone and my hair is growing back. I get to spend my time playing and sleeping now instead of itching, chewing and scratching. I love my Mommy and I love 1-800-PetMeds! 02/10/2013
worked great just about all gone 01/20/2013
Best OTC ringworm treatment I fostered 5 kittens, from 1 month of age who had ringworm. I got a Rx at the Humane Society but, it wasn't enough. I discovered this 'miracle' over the counter product, as I could not afford to take them to the Vet prior to taking them back to the Humane Society for adoption, & I wanted to ensure their health as much as possible. It worked great, they had no side effects, and their fur grew back nicely! 10/26/2012
Works Fast This medicine works very fast and effective, I seen results within a few days. There is no staining or grease left anywhere on the carpet and my dog did not mind the application. 06/19/2012
Great for fungus in ears I apply this anti-fungal medicine in the ears of my cocker spaniel. It works as well as any prescription med so far, and is less costly Worth a try for any yeast infections. 06/19/2012
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My cat has ringworm mostly on his mouth, which gives me a lot of trouble keeping the cream on as he just wants to lick it off. I currently have him on a cream that is safe to ingest - but it's not strong enough. If my cat happens to lick this off, will he be alright?
Answer:If your cat ingests ths cream it could put him at risk for infections in his mouth or may cause stomach upset. You should discuss with your veterinarian whether or not this would be a suitable alternative.
My cat has ringworm on his nose and ears. Most of the hair is gone. I don't expect the hair to grow back immediately, so how do I know if he is better?
Answer:Miliary Dermatitis can be caused by many different things, such as flea bites, mites, mange, allergies, bacteria, yeast, hormonal disorders, or diet. It would be best for your veterinarian to determine what exactly is causing it, and then choose the best treatment.
If I put this on my cat who has many "hot spots" won't he just lick it off? Is an Elizabethan collar recommended? Can someone please provide specifics on how best to use this product on cats?
Answer:I used it on the 1 mo old kittens who were otherwise healthy, and there were no problems. It's a cream & dissolves fairly quickly, they weren't really interested in licking the area, actually.
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