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Douxo Seborrhea Micro-emulsion SprayThis treatment applies to the following species:
Submicronic emulsion - Phytosphingosine, moisturizing and film-forming agents and green tea fragrance.
USES: dogs and cats - topical management of seborrheic conditions. 1. Following an initial treatment with DOUXO® Seborrhea Shampoo, the DOUXO® Seborrhea Micro-emulsion Spray contributes to the long term control of seborrheic conditions. 2. As a maintenance product, as well as odor control, for animals prone to develop seborrheic conditions.
Directions For Use
External use only. Brush the pet’s hair against the natural fur line, then
spray the product by holding the pump approx. 12 inches from the pet’s body, thus dispensing the product over the targeted area. The product will disperse naturally, do not over apply.
Dosage: 1 spray per 10 lbs.
The number of sprays can be doubled for long-haired dogs.
Localized lesions: 1 application daily on the affected area until disappearance of the lesions. Generalized seborrhea: 2 applications weekly, for 3 to 4 weeks. Maintenance: 1 application weekly.
PRECAUTIONS FOR USE: Do not swallow. Avoid contact with the eyes.
Available Through Licensed Veterinarians Only.
Hygiene product for veterinary use only.
Ceva Animal Health, LLC, Lenexa, KS 66215, 1-800-999-0297
200 mL (6.8 fl. oz.)
NAC No.: 1328028.0
8735 ROSEHILL ROAD, LENEXA, KS, 66215
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