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  • Dogs Or Cats Up To 10kg » 6 x 2ml Pipettes £16.99
  • Dogs Over 10kg » 6 x 4ml Pipettes £21.49

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Allerderm Spot-On for Dogs and Cats contains a lipid mix designed to spread over the body surface. It is intended as an adjunctive treatment for a variety of skin conditions. The exclusive blend of cerumides and fatty acids found in Allerderm Spot-On, mimic those found on normal, healthy skin, helping to moisturise and protect. Allerderm Spot-On can help to re-establish the correct barrier function on the surface of the skin and so can help in the treatment of infections and allergies which result in itchy and damaged skin.


Ceramides and Fatty Acids

The application of ALLERDERM Spot-On restores the protective barrier function of the epidermis (skin), resulting in enhanced hydration, and more protection. Renewed epidermal integrity helps the skin help itself to stay healthy.

Initial Dose:
One (1) pipette per week for 4 weeks. In severe cases, two to three (2 to 3) pipettes per week may be used, up to one pipette per day if necessary.

Maintenance Dose:
To prevent relapses, and for skin and hair coat health maintenance, one (1) pipette per month.

For best results, apply after bathing the cat or dog when the fur is completely dry.

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3year old boxer bitch

17th Sep 2014
Teresa Wiseman
  • VioVet Customer Since: July 2013
  • From: Lincolnshire, United Kingdom

My boxer has numerous allergies she also constantly licks her vulva area making it very sore at times we have tried lots of different products but still searching for the one that will give her relief will this product be the one

  • Non-Executive Director

The answer is that it might help, but you would have to try it to find out. Allergic factors coupled with secondary overgrowth of bacterial and fungal organisms (found in lower numbers on normal, healthy skin) are often combined in complicated interactions. Anything you can do to improve the health of the surface of the skin might help. Dietary change might make a big difference but needs to be carefully planned with your vet. This is a complicated situation and it is difficult to help by email. You will do no harm trying Allerderm.