Ketoseb +PS Wipes, 60 Wipes are medicated with chlorhexidine, ketoconazole, and phytosphingosine (PS) to treat skin conditions like pyoderma, bacterial dermatitis, and malassezia on dogs, cats, and horses. The wipes are great for hard-to-reach places like face and skin folds, and for interdigital dermatitis. Treats hot spots on dogs, cats, and horses.
- Contains phytosphingosine to help restore the skin barrier and to relieve inflammation
- Pleasantly scented
- Formerly Ketoseb-D Wipes, 50 Wipes
- Manufacturer information and usage
Overall Customer Rating:
Customer Reviews: 5
Good product at a good price.
Service from your company was very good and arrived ahead of its promised delivery date.
These pads have done a wonderful job in a short while. My pug would NOT stop licking her legs and chewing on her feet. This has really made a difference. I also put it under her chin and on the sides of her face to stop scratching there too. I can't be sure it's totally dry before she gives it a lick or two, but so far no problems. There is a slight red tint to the medication so you can tell if you need to put more on her.
HELPS REDUCE BUTT RUBBING ON FLOOR
MY DOG PUMPKIN ALWAYS HAS ALLERGIES. SHE BEGAN RUBBING HER BUTT ON THE WOOD FLOOR. SHE WAS GIVEN A STEROID SHOT. IT HELPED A LITTLE. I GOT THESE WIPES AND APPLY THEM ONCE A DAY....SHE IS DOING NOTICEABLY BETTER NOW. VET WANTED TWICE AS MUCH. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND!
These are easy to use and smell great! They are especially useful for cleaning tiny kitty faces!
I used the Ketoseb wipes on the folds of my pugs face after Malaseb was discontinued. WOW! They work even faster than the other wipes. I love them and so does my pug. They clear up the raw areas fast! I will buy them all the time now. Thank you!
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