Miconazole ConditionerThis page contains information on Miconazole Conditioner for veterinary use.
The information provided typically includes the following:
- Miconazole Conditioner Indications
- Warnings and cautions for Miconazole Conditioner
- Direction and dosage information for Miconazole Conditioner
Miconazole ConditionerThis treatment applies to the following species:
For Dog and Cat Use Only
Miconazole Conditioner is an antifungal leave-on conditioner which promotes healthy skin for animals with conditions responsive to miconazole. Ceramides aid in moisturizing, repairing, and restoring dry, damaged skin.
CONTAINS: Miconazole Nitrate 2%, glycerin, ceramides, safflower oil, fragrance.
Directions For Use
Shake bottle before each use. Can be applied to your Pet’s coat, wet or dry. For dry application, apply directly to pet’s coat, and allow to dry. To apply to a wet coat or after shampooing, remove excess water from your pets coat and spray the Conditioner directly on your pet’s skin. Allow to dry. Miconazole conditioner can also be used as a dip solution by adding two to four caps of conditioner per gallon of water. Use as often as needed or as directed by your veterinarian.
Miconazole Conditioner Caution
For topical use only. Avoid contact with eyes. If skin irritation develops or increases, stop use and call your veterinarian. Keep out of reach of children and pets. Wash hands after use.
StorageStore at controlled room temperature of 59°-86° F (15°-30° C).
Available through licensed veterinarians only.
Manufactured for: GIenHaven, PO Box 13998, 8000 NE Tillamook St., Portland, OR 97213
Net Contents: 8 FL OZ. (236 mL)
NAC No.: 13220570
P.O. BOX 13998, 8000 NE TILLAMOOK STREET, PORTLAND, OR, 97213
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