Vets Best Flea Itch Relief Dog Shampoo

Vets Best Flea Itch Relief Dog Shampoo
Vets Best Flea Itch Relief Dog Shampoo

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Product Overview

Vet's Best Flea Itch Relief Dog Shampoo is an excellent natural remedy for your dog's skin irritations that are caused by fleas. This product provides quick relief for flea bites and infestations, while also gently calming and moisturizing raw, red, and irritated skin. It also features a unique, veterinarian formulated blend of key natural ingredients and essential oils including neem oil, solvent-free orange and lemon peel oil, and oatmeal to effectively moisturize and calm itchy red skin. This shampoo works with other topical flea and tick control products. Safe for use on dogs and puppies that are 12 weeks old or older. Sold in 16 oz. bottle.

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient: Micronized Oatmeal Essential Orange and Lemon Peel Oil (d’Limonene) Neem Oil Tea Tree oil Lavender Citronella Panthenol (Vitamin B5)
For use in: Dogs and puppies that are 12 weeks old or older.
Pet safe: Yes, if used as directed on label.
Dimensions: 2.45 in. x 2.45 in. x 8 in.
Special Features: Features a natural fast-acting formula.
Shipping Weight: 1.20 lbs
Manufacturer: Bramton Company (Mfg. Number: 3165810039)
UPC: 031658100392

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DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

Wet coat. Apply a small amount of Flea Itch Relief Shampoo, starting at the head and moving toward the tail. Lather and massage for 3-5 minutes to allow the lather to penetrate the coat and reach the skin. Rinse well until your pet’s coat is squeaky clean. Repeat if necessary. Keep your pet warm until dry.

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