FlexTran Animal Care Ring Out Ringworm & Fungus Control Horse Skin Care Concentrate, 4-oz bottleBy FlexTran Animal Care
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About This Item
- Safe, all-natural skin safe spray concentrate.
- Helps treat and prevent ringworm, wool fungus, thrush, rain rot and foot rot.
- Kills fungi, bacteria, viruses and spores on contact.
- Reduces scarring and hair loss and helps wounds heal.
- One 4-ounce bottle makes 32 ounces of spray.
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Great and effective!
I bought this when my small 30-pound dog got two ringworms. It was a real value! This little bottle is diluted into 32oz of water, making a ton of treatment. After the first day of spraying her spots, the redness was gone, and she was pretty much back to normal in a few days! I kept going for a full week to be sure, but now her hair is growing back well. I'm going to donate the rest of the bottle to a local shelter, and I am thoroughly pleased with this purchase.
Cats VS. Ringworm
I have no idea if this stuff is actually effective or not. But I’ve been spraying it all over my furniture where bleach isn’t appropriate after my 3 kittens came up with ringworm. Hope it works! Guess I’ll find out after their 3 week quarantine
It works good. I would buy more if needed. I never knew guinea pigs and cat can give it to people
working well so far
Note: this is a concentrate making it a very reasonably priced treatment. It makes 32oz. You will need a 32 oz spray bottle to mix concentrate and water. I foster cats/kittens for my local shelter so ringworm is always with us. This spring I was not having success using my usual RW treatment...it had stopped working. At wits end, I found Ring Out and decided to give it a try. Success! Like everything else, it takes a couple/few weeks but it does effectively get rid of the ringworm. I saw it starting to work within the first 1-2 weeks of daily/consistent treatment; usually the ringworm is gone (no new flair ups) by week 3-4. (It may work even faster if you use the Ring Out Shampoo in unison with the spray but you can probably understand, I am not a fan of having to bathe cats/kittens unless it's absolutely needed... so have no experience using the Ring Out shampoo.) I like that I can spray/swab Ring Out treatment on the cats/kittens as treatment but - bonus - I can also spray it in the kennel and on blankets as part of TREATMENT and as PREVENTATIVE. My only complaint would be that it's not offered in larger/bulk size...when we have a bad outbreak, I can easily go through 1-2 bottles a week (it makes 32oz size spray bottle when mixed with water). I can't imagine those using it for fairs/livestock shows wouldn't also appreciate being able to buy larger/bulk size quantities as well.