Sulfodene First Aid Skin Medication for Dogs, 4oz.

Sulfodene First Aid Skin Medication for Dogs, 4oz.

Sulfodene First Aid Skin Medication for Dogs, 4oz.

  • Aids in the treatment of red raw hot spots moist dermatitis
  • First aid for scrapes and abrasions
  • The only over the counter aid in the treatment of hot spots approved by the FDA

Sulfodene First Aid Skin Medication for Dogs

List Price: $ 5.85

Price: $ 3.35

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3 Responses to “Sulfodene First Aid Skin Medication for Dogs, 4oz.”

  1. William Clark Schmidt Reply May 3, 2013 at 8:50 am
    26 of 26 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Definitely worked as promised., September 5, 2011
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    William Clark Schmidt (Gahanna, OH United States) –

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    This review is from: Sulfodene First Aid Skin Medication for Dogs, 4oz. (Misc.)

    There are times when the old remedies work better then some of the new ones. I tried Oatmeal shampoo and all the other “all natural, happy horse pucky” products. I remember using tar oil when we were kids, yes I’m old. This still stinks as bad, not a lasting smell, just a bit like gasoline at first, as it always did. The important part is it worked. It works well, and immediately. I didn’t even have to give my dog Yoga lessons with Tea Tree oil supplements, just plain old fashioned Sulfodene. Good to know these effective old remedies are still out there.

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  2. Alexandra126 "Alexandra126" Reply May 3, 2013 at 9:02 am
    17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    SAVE $$$, Cures Hotspots Quick & Cheap, June 6, 2011
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    This review is from: Sulfodene First Aid Skin Medication for Dogs, 4oz. (Misc.)

    I bought this at a local petstore not really expecting anything but I was desperate. My Golden Retriever had insane hot spots and last time I took him to the vet I was charged close to $200 for the exam, cone, and prescriptions. I can’t afford to do that every time. This summer he began chewing his tail and got a horrible scaling/rash. I pour this on his tail and he immediately didn’t touch it again. It has a bitter taste to it but the substance is like a less sticky honey. He jumped a little bit when I first poured it on but made no other movement when I reapplied it later that day. The directions say to shave off the hair before applying but I didn’t b/c it would mean my poor dog would have a dozen bald spots. This stuff worked anyways. I am a true believer that sometimes cheap stuff does work. I noticed Amazon’s price is half of what major petstores charge and the small bottle should last you a month even when using it on a large breed known for notorious skin problems.

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  3. 15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works great!, September 9, 2010
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    Delores

    This review is from: Sulfodene First Aid Skin Medication for Dogs, 4oz. (Misc.)

    My dog had a really nasty looking rash and I had to wait to take him to the vet because it was a weekend. My mom dropped a bottle of this stuff off and I started putting it on his rash two to three times a day. I noticed a change immediately and within a week the rash was gone. We were really starting to panic when he had this rash, but this stuff worked sooo well! We keep it in our house all the time now just in case he gets a hot spot or rash.

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