( 5 product reviews )
Naturasil for Pet Ringworm is a natural keryatolic remedy for ringworm on dogs, cats, and other animal*s. Naturasil for Pet Ringworm is formulated from natural sulfur compounds and safe for dogs, cats, and puppies and kittens that are 3 months of age and older. The product may be diluted for use on pigs, ferrets, rabbits, mice, rats, and other small animals. Naturasil for Pet Ringworm is sold as a concentrated solution that is mixed with water and made into a shampoo.*
You need the following:
Combine 30 ml of Naturasil Pet Ringworm into disposable container, along with 2 oz water & 5 oz of any shampoo of your choice - pet or human, we recommend Naturasil Herbal Pet Shampoo 16oz.
Apply combined product well throughout pet's fur, being careful not get in the eyes or mouth of your pet. You want all fur and skin to be covered with shampoo. Leave on 5-7 minutes, then rinse. Air dry. Repeat every 5-7 days, 2-3 medicated baths. Ringworm should start to subside within days and weeks ahead. Excellent food & immune system boosters are recommended to speed healing process.
Q. What is Ringworm?
A. Ringworm is not a worm- its a fungus! It often assumes a ringlike, scales, reddened shape on your pets skin, hence the name. Cats and kittens often have multiple ringworm sites on their bodies. Dogs generally only have a single lesion and its most common in puppies and immature dogs.
Signs of ringworm are typically circular patches of skin or missing hair. Surrounding this area is a band of inflamed, reddened skin. The most common areas for ringworm to occur on your pet is their face, ear tips, tail and paws.
Q. Can I get ringworm from my pet?
A. YES! Ringworm is very contagious. If you are experiencing any signs of ringworm at all you need to treat yourself as well. Naturasil's all natural Ringworm Remedies will help you treat your symptoms. Treating both you and your pet will help reduce the chance of one of you infecting or reinfecting each other.
Q. What animals is Naturasil for Ringworm recommended to use on?
A. We recommend using this on any animal 3 months or older. For smaller animals, use a smaller amount. Make sure to keep soap out of pets eyes and nose. If irritation occurs, dicontinue use immediately. For larger animals, we have SulfaDip??, a lime-sulfur based dip that comes in larger quanities for use on animals such as horses, pigs, goats and similar.
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Posted by Stephanie on 4th Sep 2015
I had one dog get infected with ring worm and because he has severe vet anxiety I wanted to try and treat on my own. We disinfected the entire house including all of the bedding since he sleeps in our bed as well as carpets and floors. I bought this product to bath him in as his skin was getting so crusty an inflamed around his legs/armpits and tail. We used the product as directed and within the first few baths the crust and discharge stopped and within a couple days we were noticing the inflammation going down. I will say it smells horrible (like rotten eggs) but it does work! *
Posted by Peter on 29th Jan 2013
I had three cats infected with ring worm, two which we treated with Naturalsil and one we didn't assuming we'd cured by blitzing the spot infected with another product. The two cats treated were showing signs of hair growth within days. The only side affect was that the coat grew back but is now a darker colour from the original seal point. We have no repeat infection since in those two, the untreated cat became reinfected after a few weeks and unfortnately infected another, this time on their ears and head. One cleared up within days the other took two weeks before showing signs of recovery. All in all very impressed and much preferred to the extremely strong chemicals recommended by the vet that has the potential of causing liver damage. *
Posted by Unknown on 8th Aug 2012
I gave my dog a bath with this product. She had been suffering with what my veterinarian had called a "skin condition" for several months. She had been losing hair and had several bald spots on her body. After just one bath, I noticed a huge improvement in her skin. She stopped losing so much hair and had less scratching. I will buy again for sure! *
Posted by Jim Y. Taos, NM on 17th Nov 2011
Got rid of my dog's ringworm within days. My vet wanted $260 to do the same thing with follow up visits *
Posted by Jean Stitans, Austin, TX on 17th Nov 2011
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. *
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