Happy Jack Skin Balm is specially formulated to provide immediate aid to your pets against skin and coat problems. Contains Mercaptobenzothiazole as its active ingredient which is highly effective in treating minor cuts and scrapes. It is perfect to use on dogs, cats, and horses at any life stage. The Happy Jack Skin Balm is suitable for indoor use since it has a pleasant odor and non-staining formula. It offers relief against a dry, rough and scaly skin, intense itching, and loss of hair on your pets, even on elephant hide-like skin. It is proven to be able to bring back the healthy and glowy skin and coat of your furry friends. Soothes skin and helps treat common skin problems such as hot spots, summer eczema, and kennel itch. It is easy to use by just rubbing a generous amount into the affected area using fingertips. For better results, apply it once or twice daily.
A friend suggested this product... I have a beautiful female Akita w/an absolute horrific infection from hot spots!! I was beside myself w/what to do to help my poor girl.. Happy Jack skin balm saved her, literally!! Highly highly(!!!!!!) recommend!
For all of us who have been told the Original Sulfodene is only available through vet prescription, for big money, here it is same ingredient here with happy jack. mercaptobenzothiazole. Thank goodness this stuff really works on hot spots and to keep a dog from licking and chewing feet raw. Thank you Happy Jack.
My French bulldog had a few BAD hotspots on his neck. ..likely from his collar. I used happy jack hotshot treatment and within one day his hotspots were looking much better. Then after the second treatment, they are almost completely better. I will ALWAYS recommend this item. ..loved it. Thank you.
Not a good product for any of my dogs. The scent is very very strong. Even when application is applied lightly the oils get all over everything had to wash sheets, blankets pillows. But that isn't the worse of it cause it caused my dogs to itch more causing hot spots to break open and redness became worse too