Vet Basics Lime Sulfur Dip Antimicrobial for Dogs, Cats and Horses

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Keep your four-legged best friend happy, healthy and itch-free with the easy-to-use power of Vet Basics Lime Sulfur Dip Antimicrobial for Dogs, Cats and Horses. This potent formula harnesses healing and potent lime and sulfur to treat skin conditions like mange or ringworm, while also killing mites and other parasites, and banishing fungal and bacterial infections. Vet Basics Lime Sulfur Dip is also an effective and affordable way to manage mange in breeds with a sensitivity to ivermectin, such as Australian Shepherds or Collies. As simple to use as shampoo and safe enough for even puppies, kittens and foals, this dip will have your furry buddy free from the itchy, irritable skin that has been plaguing him in no time.

Key Benefits
  • Effective and affordable treatment for mange, ringworm or other irritating skin conditions in dogs, cats and horses.
  • Makes an ideal mange control alternative for breeds with a sensitivity to ivermectin, like German Shepherds and Collies.
  • Antimicrobial and antiparasitic formula kills lice and mites, and effectively treats fungal and bacterial infections.
  • Easy-to-use formula can safely be used to treat even young companion animals, including puppies, kittens and foals.
  • Leave-in treatment can be used as needed by simply mixing with water and applying all-over or to affected areas.
Additional Details

For topical use only. Do not exceed label dosages.

Ingredients

Active Ingredients: Sulfurated Lime Solution 97.8%, Inert Ingredients: 2.2%

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  • Item Number
    136611
  • Breed Size

    All Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds

  • Lifestage

    Adult, All Stages

  • Made in

    United States

Instructions

Shake well before use. Dilute 4 oz. of Lime Sulfur Dip in one gallon of water. Mix the solution well and use gloves when applying to the animal’s skin. Bathe the animal with a shampoo and rinse well prior to application. Apply the diluted Lime Sulfur Dip solution liberally as a rinse or dip at 5-7 day intervals directly over the affected areas on the pet and massage into the skin. Allow the product to air dry and don not rinse. Do not allow the animal to lick hair coat until dry to prevent ingestion. For more chronic and resistant cases, Lime Sulfur Dip may be used at 8 oz per gallon of water. If a precipitate or crust occurs with the dip, immerse sealed container in warm water for 15 minutes and shake well before use.

Reapply the dip once a week as often as needed.

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  • Kittens with ringworm

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    We have two 5 month old kittens. They have had ringworm since we got them at 12 weeks and it will not go away with just the oral medication. Using this product only twice we were able to get rid of ringworm once and for all!! The instructions are clear and it didn't smell as terrible as I expected. Using this product is never fun, but it works and helps the little guys get healthy. We had no problem letting it dry on their fur and they did not have any bad reactions. If you need to dip them, I would recommend this product!

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  • Best stuff

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    This sulfur dip is the best thing for dogs with issues I had a dog that got demo section mange and was told nothing could be done for her after vetting her for months and then I gave her this bath and it has worked wonders after our vet told us to put her to sleep there was no hope and thank god to this dip it is a miracle for her

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  • Finally found something that works

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    Litter of puppies tossed out at my house, all healthy but as they got older one has mange. For years i have treated it with different treatments with little success, however this dip has done a wonderful job controlling the mange with treatment every year.

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  • Amazing product

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    Couple months ago we found out our kitten has ringworm or any other fungal infection, we used a lot of other products but after her hair grew back the itchiness stayed and I found this product. It had a lot of mixed reviews but I decided to try it. I must say it worked right away, our kitten stopped scratching herself as often she did. She scratched herself after every 10-20 mins and it has stopped I must admit even after couple days her fur smelled like rotten eggs. Also when I mixed it with water then it smelled really really bad but it worked. I don't mind the smell if it makes our kitten feel better. I definitely recommend this product.

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  • So far so good

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    We have a female dog that has really bad mange. We've only used this dip twice, but she does seem to be improving so far. The sulfur does make it smell like rotten eggs. But, as long as it works, I'll keep buying it to do whatever it takes to make her more comfortable and healthy

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  • Excellent product, no complaints!

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    Don’t know what all the fuss is about. After reading other reviews I was waiting for all the smell, staining of porous materials, and stained white cats. Could not use gloves in my case because I couldn’t keep control of the wild ones. Skin didn’t yellow as others claimed. None of it happened as I had to treat six cats in my new tiled bathroom. Yes the liquid is yellow, yes there is a slight smell, but nothing unbearable. When the cats dry, no stained hair or skin. Tips to help out: Clothes pins and hand towels clipped around their neck while they dry works to calm them and keep them from licking themselves and each other. I have three mildly wild ex-feral cats We gathered all six up, locked Don’t know what all the fuss is about. After reading other reviews I was waiting for all the smell, staining of porous materials, and stained white cats. Could not use gloves in my case because I couldn’t keep control of the wild ones. Skin didn’t yellow as others claimed. None of it happened as I had to treat six cats in my new tiled bathroom. Yes the liquid is yellow, yes there is a slight smell, but nothing unbearable. When the cats dry, no stained hair or skin. Tips to help out: Clothes pins and hand towels clipped around their neck while they dry works to calm them and keep them from licking themselves and each other. I have three mildly wild ex-feral cats We gathered all six up, locked ourselves in the bathroom and treated them all at once in an assembly line fashion. Went real well. Highly recommend this product. … more

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  • Heals mange

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    This really seems to help.Most of mange is gone. Dukie is Going to be 18 in sept.The lime diease he once had effects his immune defense in his older years.

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  • Exhaust optional

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    The product works great but if you don't want to stink up not only the room your in but the whole house, use some kind of exhaust..

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  • Finally got my dog some relief!

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    Boy does this stuff smell bad but I am so thankful to see some relief in my dog! I have tried many things and this really helped after one dip! Hoping to see more healing results for my boy!

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  • No help just yet

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    I got this for my cat who has a pretty itchy head. The vet says it's not a bug and that his skin and fur look fine...but that I can keep using the dip since it should eventually relieve the itch. It's just so hard to bathe a cat especially since he shouldn't lick it...it takes forever to dry even with a blow dryer that I had to give up and then try and keep him from licking. I made an 1/8 of the solution and it was still too much for just the cats head.

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