Malaseb Medicated Shampoo is an antibacterial, anti-itch and antifungal shampoo for dogs and cats. It is designed to help treat bacterial, fungal and yeast infections on your pet’s skin. Malaseb Medicated Shampoo is also ideal as therapeutic treatment for your pet’s bacterial or fungal seborrhea as the combination of ingredients is highly effective against the common organisms causing this disease.
Malaseb Shampoo for cats also aids in the treatment of dermatophyte infections, known as Ringworm in dogs and cats. It also decreases the time to clinical resolution and kills infective spores.
Wet animal thoroughly with water. Apply Malaseb Medicated Shampoo at several points and massage into the coat gently. A sponge may assist lathering and penetration of the coat. Leave on for 10 minutes then rinse off with clean water.
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Muffy was a rescue from a puppy mill at age 1. We’ve overcome many problems, but now we have 2 I’m not sure how to fix.
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