AllercaineThis page contains information on Allercaine for veterinary use.
The information provided typically includes the following:
- Allercaine Indications
- Warnings and cautions for Allercaine
- Direction and dosage information for Allercaine
AllercaineThis treatment applies to the following species:
Antiseptic, Anti-itch Spray For Dogs
Soothes ‘hot Spots’ & Insect Bites
Reduces Pain & Itching
Helps Prevent Infection
Controls Scratching & Spot Chewing
Allercaine™ by Tomlyn® Is An Antiseptic, Anti-itch Spray That Calms, Soothes And Temporarily Relieves Pain And Itching Caused By Insect Bites And Other Minor Allergic Problems In Dogs. It Also Helps Prevent Infection In Minor Cuts, Scraps And Burns.
allercaine™ Spray With bittran™ Ii (a Safe, Bitter Substance That Discourages Animals From Licking And Biting Irritated Areas) Can Be Used Daily To Help Control Compulsive Scratching And Spot Chewing Problems In Dogs. allercaine™ Spray Adheres Easily To The Skin (no Messy Run-off) And Vanishes, Leaving Your Dog’s Skin And Coat Dry And Non-sticky.
Spray on localized irritated areas as required. Dogs who are highly allergic should be bathed regularly for optimal skin and tissue health.
Consult your veterinarian immediately if swelling occurs, or if redness and irritation persists for five days or more. Avoid contact with eyes. Avoid excessive application. Do not apply to entire body or to large areas of broken skin. Wash hands after use.
For External Animal Use Only.
Do Not Use On Cats.
Keep Out Of Reach Of Children And Pets.
Compounded in a vanishing liquid base containing PEG-75 lanolin, aloe vera gel, allantoin and denatonium benzoate (Bittran™ II), among other ingredients. Stabilized at a pH of normal animal skin.
Manufactured for: Tomlyn Products, Division of Vétoquinol USA, Inc., Ft. Worth, TX (USA) 76137
4 fl oz (118 ml)
12 fl oz (335 ml)
Division of Vétoquinol USA, Inc.
4250 N. SYLVANIA AVENUE, FORT WORTH, TX, 76137
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