Estimated dispatch within 1 working day.
Helps with skin problems (dermatitis, eczema, itching, scratching, dandruff, scabs and sores), mange and skin allergies.
Suitable for dogs, cats and small animals.
Dose by mouth or on food
|Severe conditions: (acute or intense)||5 drops every 3 – 4 hours|
|Chronic conditions: (long duration, persisting)||5 drops twice daily|
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Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Denes Care Sulphur Homeopathy Remedy, including answers from our team.
Will denes help my 3 months old Staffie puppy with dermatitis and constant scratching? Her fur is patchy on the back of her neck as well as under it and she's very itchy. Will denes help clear it all up and what dosage should I give her?
I would make sure she has had a good flea treatment and the house has been sprayed with an environmental spray such as Indorex if you haven't done this already. Fleas are the most common cause if itching. You could use the Denes care in the meantime to help reduce the itching. If the flea treatment doesn't work I would see your vet as soon as possible. There are a number of other things that could be making your dog itchy such as an allergy or mites that your vet will be able to help with.
Is this the same sulpharx30 will it help with hemtomas? I really dont want to take my dog to vet because I feel it could be more distressing when I believe they heal on their own in time this just helps it to heal quicker.
This product wouldn't do any harm but Denes Care Arnica would be more useful for a heamatoma to reduce the inflammation.
Would this product be suitable for my dwarf hamster and would the dosage to give be the same?
Homeopathy remedies are always extremely dilute and it would be safe to give the same dose even to a dwarf hamster. Toxicity and side effects are never seen with this type of medication.
My 2 year old male un neutered ferret has patches on his skin where he seems to have groups of tiny orange scabs and very few black scabs attached to his fur mainly on his spine, neck and tail, and face and chest. It doesn't seem to be bothering him and he is perfectly healthy, I have treated for fleas. Would this help with this skin problem? His skin is a healthy colour but he has large groups of these orange scabs that feel slightly waxy
I am not sure what the skin condition you describe will be. It does not sound normal, but is probably not too serious. However I would have to advise taking him to a vet to get it checked out if possible. This particular homeopathic product might help, but it is much better to try and get an accurate diagnosis and then a specific treatment for that condition.
my dog is 6 (King Charles) and he will sit for a good few minutes nibbling near his tail. Just noticed his fur is started to disappear in that area and he has scabby, red skin underneath. We are using medicated shampoo for it f m the vets but we are looking for something else as he is still nibbling at it all the time!
Has he had his anal glands emptied recently? Are they full again? This breed seems to be prone to irritation from the scent glands under the tail and it can be associated with excessive licking and scratching somewhere in the general area of the tail base. Also fleas are commonly a cause of irritation in this area and diligent flea control is sensible whenever you sees signs like this. Only after checking for these causes would I suggest trying any other remedies. Then perhaps this sulphur product might be worth trying.
Our 2 1/2 yr old bulldog was put on to apolquel on his a year a go following a test that showed he is allergic to pollen (which pollen was not determined). His symptoms subsided whilst on these meds but never cleared entirely. Apolquel was then pulled from the UK due to demand apparently... So we had to look at other solutions. His symptoms are hot spots on his head that ouse and bleed and occasionally he rubs his wagging tail sore and makes it bleed..
We've changed his food and he's now on BARF. We've rried and love vetericyn but wondered if this would be a better, more natural solution? Any suggestions? He's flared up at the moment so I'm struggling to see how this can be a pollen allergy...? Thanks
If he responded well to Apoquel then it is very likely to be an allergy to some sort of inhaled allergen. This drug will be back on the market just as soon as the manufacturer can manage it. In the meantime there are other prescription medications which your vet can advise you about. In my experience homeopathic remedies have been very disappointing treating this problem and regrettably I do not feel it is likely to help.
My dog is 14 and recently been starting scratching she hasn't got fleas as we checked but now has patches or fur missing and the skin is slightly red she's not in pain or anything and was wondering if this oil would work or at least help?
The most common cause of the symptoms you describe would be an allergy to something. This can be fleas and even when you don't see any, fleas can often be the cause. If you have not been treating carefully for fleas over the last few months, you should certainly start this anyway. Allergies to other things can be to foods or dusts and pollens in the air, which are not usually affected by this Denes product. I would suggest you treat for fleas and see how things go, but a trip to your vet would otherwise be your best bet.