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Zymox Topical Spray w/ Hydrocortisone 1%

$13.99
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Zymox Topical Spray w/ Hydrocortisone 1%

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Product Summary:

ZYMOX Topical Spray With Hydrocortisone 1%

The power of the ZYMOX three-point enzyme system helps fight such skin infections as anal sac abscesses, pyoderma, atopic dermatitis, hot spots, and ringworm. It contains hydrocortisone 1%, lactoperoxidose, lysozyme, and lactoferrin to effectively destroy bacterial, viral, and fungal microorganisms. Because it contains natural milk protein peroxidases, ZYMOX is safe.

Item Number Model Number UPC
P01691 078432905 667334129045

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Used this on our dog with allergies. Worked great.
LEONARD R G on Apr 30, 2019
Never tried yet. Was running out and I keep some on had for my Kitty
Lynda M on Mar 29, 2019
Used this on our dog with allergies. Worked great.
LEONARD R G on Apr 30, 2019
Have not tried this yet however, have used other Zymox products and have seen good results
Judy W on Apr 16, 2019
Never tried yet. Was running out and I keep some on had for my Kitty
Lynda M on Mar 29, 2019
Brand name, great for my dogs allergy hot spots
DEE S on May 25, 2018
Have not tried this yet however, have used other Zymox products and have seen good results
Judy W on Apr 16, 2019
Brand name, great for my dogs allergy hot spots
DEE S on May 25, 2018
Is this good for red rash and red bumps on the belly of a small dog.?
A shopper on Aug 28, 2018
BEST ANSWER: This will help stop the itch but it's not a cure. Check with your Vet.