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Aqueos Anti-Bacterial Dog Shampoo

  • 1 Litre Bottle £8.29


Aqueos Anti-Bacterial Dog Shampoo is a powerful, fast acting and safe shampoo designed to kill bacteria, fungi and viruses in seconds. An effective deodoriser against fox and badger smells, the Aqueos Anti-Bacterial Dog Shampoo combats itchiness, soothes minor skin irritations and is also gentle on skin, leaving the coat nice and soft. Safe to use on minor skin wounds, it is also alcohol and phenol free, as well as tested to EN1276, EN1650 & EN14476.

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29th Jun 2016

Is this shampoo effective for treating ringworm

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

No this will not treat ringworm. Prescription anti-fungal shampoo is normally recommended, or systemic treatment. Your own vet will have to prescribe this for you as we are not permitted to.

Demodex treatment?

3rd Mar 2016
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  • VioVet Customer Since: September 2013
  • From: Lancashire, United Kingdom

Is this shampoo effective against demodicosis?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

This product has no direct action against the Demodex mites, but it might well help the overall symptoms you observe. Secondary bacterial infection is commonly found with Demodex and indeed the problem is partly an immunological one. Suppressing microbial overgrowth should help, though this will at best be an adjunctive treatment and not the first line. If the diagnosis is secure, then your vet should prescribe something directly against the mites.