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SulfaDip is a lime-sulfur keryatolic dip used for the symptomatic treatment of ringworm and mange on feral and largers animals such as goats, pigs, horses, lamb, or any large animal difficult to give mange treatment by bathing.
Bathe pet if possible to remove excess oils on the fur and skin. Apply SulfaDip undiluted to pet once every 5-7 days as long as necessary for the treatment of fungal and mite infections. Avoid eyes, mouth, and mucous membranes during treatment. Drying of the skin may occur. If cracking or bleeding persists, discontinue use of the product.
Q. What is Sulfadip?
A. Sulfadip is a lime & sulfur solution diluted with water so its ready to use. Shake well and apply to animals fur or hair after thoroughly washing them. It is used to treat sarcoptic & Demodectic Mange as well as ringworm on larger animals.
For smaller animals such as household pets please take a look at the following:
Q. What animals is Sulfadip safe to use on?
A. We recommend using this on any large animal, such as horses, pigs, goats and similar, ages 3 months or older.
For any other questions please refer to our FAQs or call toll free 866-371-2499
Posted by Jennifer Thomas, Jupiter, Fla. on 27th Dec 2012
I had to write and tell you that your product worked very well for treating notedectric mange on my cat. I am not sure where she contracted them from, but the scabies were actually getting on me too! We used the BenzaRid spray to treat the places my cat sleeps. People also have to understand that hygiene plays a part in their pet getting better too. They need to wash their bedding etc often when they have mange. I am happy to say that we are all scabies-free in three treatments.
Posted by Will G. on 17th Nov 2011
This really helped our dog get over his skin problem.We love it.
Posted by Cindy on 17th Nov 2011
I have only used it once on our allergic dog and have already noticed that he is not having as many itching attacks that he had. I will continue it until it is gone. Stinky treatment but good since it is helping. It seems that 3 out of our 8 animals have developed this kind of mite. The 3 of them have allergy problems. Maybe this causes them to be a little more susceptible to this problem. I think I will try it on the cat and guinea pig( my other 2 problem children) but I think maybe it needs to be diluted need to ask the vet. So far so good!!!!!!yay
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