Veterinary Formula Hot Spot & Itch Relief Spray 8 Oz UK
Veterinary Formula Clinical Care Hot Spot & Itch Relief Medicated Spray 8 Oz
Veterinary Formula Clinical Care Hot Spot & Itch Relief Spray provides medicated analgesic and anti-inflammatory rapid relief of inflammation, pruitis (itchy skin) and associated conditions.
- HEAL AND SOOTHE – Veterinary Formula Clinical Care Hot Spot and Itch Relief Spray provides dogs and cats with medicated analgesic and anti-inflammatory rapid relief of inflammation, itchy skin, hot spots and other skin irritations commonly caused by allergies, insect bites, matted dirty coats and more.
- FAST-ACTING – Hot Spot and Itch Relief Spray works fast to help relieve your pet’s itching, biting, licking and scratching associated with skin irritations. Lidocaine and Hydrocortisone reduce itching, redness and swelling. Allantoin helps stimulate wound healing.
- 100% SAFE – Veterinary Formula Hot Spot and Itch Relief Spray is 100% safe and paraben-, soap- and dye-free. It will not remove topical spot-on flea and tick treatments and has been proven to safely treat skin infections from allergies, insect bites, hot spots and more.
- FOR DOGS AND CATS – Medicated hot spot and anti-itch spray is for topical use on both dogs and cats over 12 weeks of age. It has a pleasant smell and does not burn when applied. Great for pets with sensitive skin!
- EFFECTIVE AND AFFORDABLE – Veterinary Formula Clinical Care premium medicated products are created with veterinary-grade ingredients but available at a price that pet parents can afford. We know your dogs and cats are more than just pets, because we are pet parents too.
- Relieves skin conditions and hot spots. Common causes are weakened immune system, allergies and insect bites.
- Symptoms of these conditions are itchy, swollen, redness, warm/hot to the touch, moist, bloody and sometimes pus.
- Allantoin helps stimulate healing of wounds.
- Lidocaine relieves itching, burning and pain from skin inflammations. Hydrocortisone: reduces the cause of inflammation, redness and swelling.
- Use with Veterinary Formula Clinical Care Hot Spot & Itch Relief Shampoo & Conditioner for a comprehensive solution.
Hot Spots & Irritated Skin:
Pet parents must pay close attention to environmental, dietary and situational ailments irritating your pet’s skin such as: allergies, fleas, tick bites, matted/thick/dirty coats, sun burn, wet dogs, or anal sac disease. These ailments can cause you pet to chew, lick, bite, and scratch those areas – at times – to no avail, which can become very painful and dangerous for your pet. Sometimes chewing can even be prompted by boredom. Hot spots and inflammation can occur quite rapidly after a pet starts itching, biting and licking these affected areas – which will prompt the development of painful, red, and moist irritated lesions. These lesions are called hot spots, also known as acute moist dermatitis, and must be treated immediately.
Tips For Preventing Hot Spots:
- Groom your dog regularly and keep hair clipped short.
- Use flea & tick products recommended by your vet.
- Keep your pet active and healthy. Feed a good diet, and provide lots of exercise and play time to prevent boredom.
- Dry your pet completely after a bath, and clean and dry pet after a swim in the lake or ocean.
It’s important to determine the cause of the underlying issue, thus you should consult your veterinarian if hot spots become a persistent problem. In between vet visits, , Veterinary Formula Clinical Care Hot Spot & Itch Relief line provides Hydrocortisone, a corticosteroid to control itching and inflammation while Lidocaine, an OTC analgesic reduces pain.
Purified Water, Glycerin, Polysorbate-20, Lidocaine HCI, Allantoin, Hydrocortisone Acetate, Lactic Acid, Wheat Germ Oil, Benzethonium Chloride, Fragrance, Preservative.
Shake well. Spray affected area thoroughly and evenly until wet. Treat twice daily for one week, then once per day for one more week. If needed, continue every other day for two additional weeks. For topical use only on dogs and cats over 12 weeks. Avoid contact with eyes. If irritation develops, discontinue use and consult your veterinarian.