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PhytoVet CK Antiseptic Shampoo, 1 gal

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PhytoVet CK Antiseptic Shampoo, 1 gal contains Phytosphingosine, a pro-ceramide with anti-inflammatory properties that helps restore the dermal lipid barrier to aid in the long term management of skin disorders. PhytoVet CK for dogs, cats, and horses clean and deodorize the coat while treating skin infections caused by fungi and bacteria. (Formerly Dermachlor K)
  • Contains Chlorhexidine 2% and Ketoconazole 1% and Phytosphingosine
  • Medicated shampoo for dogs, cats, and horses
  • Pleasant fragrance
  • Soap-free formula that cleans and deodorizes coats
  • Manufacturer information and usage PDF
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Overall Customer Rating:
5.00
Customer Reviews: 2
PhytoVet CK Antiseptic Shampoo, 1 gal
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2/2/2013

We have a pit bull with recurring allergy issues and this shampoo helps keep him from being rashed out and reduces his scratching. We have to bathe our 105 lb baby once a week, so the cost savings in buying this product by the gallon is nice. It was way more spendy from the vet. Great product. Great price.
PhytoVet CK works for fungal infections.
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Miami
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7/8/2012

This cleared up my cat's fungal skin infection quickly and stopped the itching and hair loss she was suffering from. I will keep using it.
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