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Pet King Zymox Enzymatic Shampoo protects your canine's skin from infection-causing fungal and bacterial microbes through a mild yet potent enzymatic formula.
Pet King Zymox Enzymatic Shampoo
The shampoo's easy lather-massage-rinse application leaves your pet with a lasting fragrance.
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|Enzymatic Shampoo - 12 oz||
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Comments about Enzymatic Shampoo - 12 oz:
My pit bull has seasonal allergies (winter), and they've been really bad this year. Last year, she got hot spots on her neck and face; this year they've been all over her back and sides. I had to put her on antibiotics and Benedryl twice for staff infections, then I thought, "There has to be a better way to deal with this until winter's over."
So I tried Zymox. I bathed her with the shampoo and rinse once a day for three weeks and the third staff infection gradually cleared up. Then I bathed her less frequently (once or twice a week) and used Zymox topical cream on any hot spots that started to form. I've been keeping up that routine for a while now, in addition to improving her diet and keeping her bedding, collars, etc. clean. She's in a lot better shape than she was last year at this time. Her hair's growing back where she had been scratching and she's starting to look as beautiful as she does in the summer time.
So the answer to fighting allergies is a recipe of faith, patience, and Zymox. It's worth trying out before you rely on antibiotics.