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Naturasil Pet Ringworm Treatment

Example of Pet RingwormActual Pet Ringworm

Pet ringworm is not a worm, it’s a fungus that has a ring-like red shape that occurs on your pet’s skin. Signs of ringworm are circular patches of missing fur and can commonly occur on the face, tips of ears, tail and paws. Pet ringworm is contagious and can spread to humans. Naturasil for Pet Ringworm assists in eliminating the ringworm fungus on cats, dogs or other pets.

Both my cat and my son came down with ringworm. It was a nightmare. After using both your pet and human ringworm products I am thrilled to say we are finally ringworm free. It only took a few days and we could see results! -Jean Stitans

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