Neo-Predef Powder 15 gm
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Item #: 1013900
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Neo-Predef Powder, 15 gm contains an antibiotic, an anti-inflammatory, and an anesthetic for treatment of ear and skin infections, as well as some dermatitis conditions responsive to the active ingredients. In all instances, Neo-Predef pet meds do more than just treat the infection; they also provides relief from the associated symptoms in dogs and cats.
- Neomycin broad-spectrum antibiotics
- Anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory medications for skin and ear infections
- Relieves allergic skin conditions
- Easily applied topical powder
- Manufacturer information and usage
Overall Customer Rating:
Customer Reviews: 2
Love this for skin problems!
Rapid relief of skin infections and all the itching and grossness that go along with them.
This powder is a wonder cure
One of my cats had a huge abcess on the side of his face and I didn't even realize it until it burst open. I rushed him to the vet and they cleaned it up. When they finished it left a hole the size of a silver dollar in the side of his head. I couldn't afford any drains, etc. So I came home with some of this powder and oral antibiotics. Within 10 days the hole was closed completely and healed from the inside out. I've used this on many other abrasions my cats have incurred and always, it heals the wound very fast. What is so nice about it is you put the puff of powder on the animal and they can't even feel it. It's non messy and sticks to the wound and fur. Even if the animal licks it off, they still get the benefit of it touching the wound before it is licked off. You really need to keep some of this product on hand all the time. Great stuff.
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