Veterinary Formula Clinical Care Antiseptic and Antifungal Shampoo for Dogs and Cats

Clinical Care Formulation for Animals Dog and Cat Antiseptic and Antifungal Shampoo, 16 oz. – Medicated Shampoo to Treat and Prevent Itchy, Irritated Skin Caused by Fleas, Ticks, Flea Bites, and Other Skin Parasites.

Dog and cat skin infections may be treated affordably and effectively with Veterinary Formula Clinical Care Antiseptic and Antifungal Shampoo. Your pet’s redness, malodorous discharge from lesions, darker patches of skin, itching, pustules, hair loss, greasiness, and/or scaly skin can all be alleviated with a simple treatment regimen of twice weekly application until skin conditions clear up, then once weekly application to prevent flare-ups. Allergies (flea, food, contact, and hereditary), hormonal disorders like hypothyroidism, weakened immune system, short coats or skin folds, trauma from grooming and scratching, ringworm, and yeast infections are just some of the causes that can be alleviated with our 16 oz. bottle of antifungal dog and cat shampoo, which contains veterinary-grade ingredients to deodorize and relieve these conditions. The lanolin and aloe vera will help soothe your pet’s skin, while the benzethonium chloride and ketoconazole will treat any underlying bacterial or fungal illnesses. Veterinarian-recommended, paraben- and soap-free deodorizing shampoo for cats and dogs. It may be used with other flea and tick medicines that are applied topically. Affordable, high-quality veterinary medicine is now within reach, thanks to Veterinary Formula Clinical Care. Fast acting treatment from skin diseases will make you and your dog or cat very pleased. You will also notice that the skin is less inflamed and the itching has subsided. If skin problems persist, you should see your vet.

Characteristic Veterinary Formula Clinical Care Antiseptic and Antifungal Shampoo for Dogs and Cats:

  • Used for the Treatment of Skin Infections: Clinical Care Formulation for Animals Benzethonium chloride (an antibiotic) and ketoconazole (an antifungal) are the active ingredients in the medicated shampoo’s formulation to treat bacterial and yeast infections on dogs.
  • HELPS QUICKLY: Wounds, endocrine disorders, allergies, short coats, skin folds, and ringworm can cause a variety of unpleasant skin conditions in cats and dogs; this shampoo helps alleviate some of those conditions, including redness, malodorous discharge from lesions, itching, pustules, hair loss, greasiness, and scaliness.
  • ADVICE FROM THE VET: This pet shampoo is pH-balanced, soap- and paraben-free, and safe for use on dogs and cats. It has been shown to effectively treat Bacterial Pyoderma as well as allergic/fungal dermatitis, and it will not eliminate topical spot-on flea and tick treatments.
  • This is for the benefit of your canine or feline friend: It is OK for cats and dogs over the age of 12 to use medicated antiseptic and antifungal shampoo. After skin problems have improved, reduce application frequency to once each week.
  • PRODUCTIVE AND COST-EFFECTIVE: The quality medicated medications of Veterinary Formula Clinical Care are made with veterinary-grade ingredients and are reasonably priced. As pet owners, we understand that dogs and cats are much more than simply accessories.
  • Definition of Age Group: Adolescent

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Uses:Helps relieve fungal & bacterial skin infectionsHelps relieve fungal & bacterial skin infectionsHelps relieve seborrhea, mange & parasitic infectionsHelps relieve inflammation, itchy skin, hot spots, & other skin irritationsHelps relieve inflammation, itchy skin, hot spots, & other skin irritations
Key Ingredients:
Benzethonium chloride & KetoconazoleChlorhexidine Gluconate & KeratinCoal Tar, Salicylic Acid & Micronized SulfurLidocaine, Hydrocortisone, Oatmeal, Aloe Vera, Lactic AcidLidocaine, Hydrocortisone, Allantoin, Wheat Germ Oil
Veterinarian Recommended:


Question: Is it effective against mites on cats, and how crucial is it to thoroughly wipe the product off the skin afterwards?

Answer: Whether or whether it would be effective against mites on cats and dogs is doubtful. The label doesn’t recommend that use. The recommended treatment time for yeast/fungus is 5-10 minutes, followed by a thorough rinse. It’s safe; just use regular hand hygiene after handling. This shampoo targets mites, which are parasites and not bacteria, yeast, or fungi.

Question: How medicinal does this shampoo smell, if at all?

Answer: Pleasant aroma… probably allergy-safe since it’s not overpowering.

Question: Can pregnant dogs use this shampoo?

Answer: If I were to treat my pet for that, I’d only use blue Dawn dish soap. Features the adorable duckling without any equivocation!

Question: How much Benzethonium Chloride with ketoconazole is in a single bottle? Not that I can find on the bottle!

Answer: Ketoconazole is sold at a concentration of 1% and benzethonium chloride at a concentration of 2%.

Question: Is salicylic acid an ingredient in this?

Answer: No. 1% Ketoconazole and 0.2% Benzethonium Chloride are included. Contains Aloe vera and Lanolin as well.

Question: Is there evidence that this reduces hyperpigmentation?

Answer: No. Its intended function is to prevent the spread of secondary fungal infections.

Question: Allow me to utilize it as a guinea pig?

Answer: Most likely, yes. After experiencing a rash on my scalp, I tried it and found it to be effective. After inspecting my bottle, my vet gave it his stamp of approval. Your best bet would be to phone your vet and inquire. My little dog responded well to it.

Question: Is it possible for this shampoo to treat ringworm in canines?

Answer: I have no idea. Ringworm is contagious and easily transmitted, therefore I recommend seeing a vet (from animal to animal – and from animal to human.)
This product smells nice and seems to clean well, but I can’t speak to its efficacy as an anti-fungal on pets. Ketoconazole 1% was among the chemicals mentioned on my bottle. I know little about medicine, but I’ve heard that certain over-the-counter anti-fungals (such as those used to treat jock itch, athlete’s foot, etc.) include 1% or 2% Ketoconazole. Even so, if I had ringworm, I’d probably rush to the vet, or at least ask a pharmacist at the nearest store about 1% Ketoconazole and other over-the-counter treatments for the condition.

Question: Is there the possibility that steroids may be present?

Answer: lacks any kind of steroid boosters. is composed of Aloe Vera, distilled water, and glycerin. My cat’s hair has started growing back in since I started using this product.

Question: Which one would you choose, this antiseptic and antiseborrheic one, or this one? If I let my dog run in the weeds, he comes home with a rash, bumps, and hair loss on his chest and tummy.

Answer: Most often, our Antiparasitic & Antiseborrheic Shampoo is used in the treatment of mange and Seborrhea. Fungal and bacterial infections may create uncomfortable symptoms, but you can get some relief by using the Antifungal Shampoo. If you have any concerns or queries, you should always talk to a veterinarian.

Question: Are yeast infections of the skin prevented by this?

Answer: The best results have been achieved with this approach so far. After every shower, I clean my makeup brushes. avoid re-infecting.

Question: Does a prescription have to be on file before this can be shipped?

Answer: Our medicated shampoo may be bought without a doctor’s prescription.

Question: Has anybody tried this for atopic dermatitis? What were your impressions of the process? Please accept my gratitude.

Answer: Sadly, my shih tzu suffers from allergies. The veterinarian will give you injections to help. For the first time, I got the shampoo and was blown away by how relaxing it was for my dog. I have no idea whether I will get dermatitis from coming here, but I can guarantee that I will be a client for the foreseeable future. And it appears to have a calming effect on him as well, so this is a great product.

Question: A cone to protect the kitten from licking its wounds seems like a good idea.

Answer: You may use a cone or electronic collar to keep your cat from licking off the spray.

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