Miconazole Nitrate Lotion 1% is an anti-fungal topical prescribed by veterinarians for the treatment of fungal skin and yeast infections in dogs and cats. This easy-to-apply spray is also effective on ringworm and provides relief to your pets within two weeks. Customers may receive this drug under the name Micazole.
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This medication is helping my dog get rid of the fungal infection known as ringworm. She is also on Mometamax for the infection in her ears and taking Cefpodoxime tablets, but another vet told me that for the lesions on her belly, I need neither of these would be effective. I'm grateful that I was able to get Miconazole lotion to apply to her belly. The lesions are starting to disappear. We have five dogs, so it's important to limit the ringworm to just one of them. Note: don't let your dogs dig around rose bushes, where the fungus can be living.
My golden retriever often gets ear infections and this has been a life savor for me. I only have to use it for 3-5 days and she improves in only two days. Thanks to my vet to showing me this affortable solution!
I have used this many times in the past and again recently for ringworm on my cats. Pro - you apply where it’s needed and it dries fast. Con - it has a high smell of alcohol or some sort of chemical which the cats smell before you approach. Seems to work for limited spots of ringworm. It would not be best if cat has widespread ringworm.
So although our dog is not crazy about us messing with her feet this stuff has worked t clear up the fungus in the nails and she has stopped licking and biting her nails
My miniature schnauzer had a raving ear infection, diagnosed via culture to be yeast. This was ordered by my holistic vet. It didn't help at all.
Good product. Arrived in somewhat decent time. The hold up was needing my dog's vet approval I would order from Chewy again.
Our dog’s dermatologist recommended this for our very allergy prone dog. She had been having frequent fungal issues in her ears. We use this twice a week (0.4 cc in each ear), and also use epiotic solution (0.2 cc in each ear) on alternate days. Her ears have been free and clear since we started this a year ago. Our local pharmacy gave us free syringes to use.
I had the choice of a spray or lotion..since this is being applied to my horses face close to his eye, I chose the lotion so I could apply and not get in his eyes. it is not thick like I expected. would have been better off getting the spray