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Imaverol Ringworm Treatment

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  • 100ml Bottle £27.99


Imaverol is a synthetic, antifungal drug suitable for horses, cattle and dogs. Diluted in water and applied as a gentle wash, it is highly effective against the main types of Dermatophytes which cause ringworm.

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Reviews (39)

Summary of Reviews for Imaverol Ringworm Treatment

Overall 5
Ease Of Use
Value For Money
Absence Of Side Effects
39 out of 39 (100%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (36 reviews)
4 stars (3 reviews)
3 stars (0 reviews)
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55 Fast acting
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By on 28 August 2020

Very effective solution, easy to use.

Customer recommends this product

55 Ringworm treatment.
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By on 7 June 2020

Easy to use product with not many side affects.

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55 Amazing
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By on 9 December 2019

I had an outbreak of ringworm since October this is great to treat it.

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55 Ring worm
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By on 14 November 2019

I have two Bichon Frise, one appeared to have ring worm. Consultation and treatment with the vets would have cost in excess of £200 so I felt it best to try an 'over the counter' remedy first. Very pleased to say this product has worked, the lesion has cleared and there are no other signs of the fungus.

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55 Brilliant
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By on 28 September 2019

I bought this for a fungal skin infection not ringworm & it cleared it in days, I’ve tried every cream advices by the vet & this worked.

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Imaverol Ringworm Treatment, including answers from our team.

17 August 2020 at 1:52pm



Is this suitable for cats?

  • VioVet Staff

This product is only licensed for use in dogs, cattle and horses so I cannot advise it's use in cats. I recommend contacting your vet for more information on this. The product is a topical wash and cat's often struggle with topical medications, they will be able to provide more suitable alternatives (such as Itrafungol).

4 August 2020 at 7:01pm

How to use imaverol


Can I use this product as a spray

  • VioVet Staff

I would recommend following the product data sheet regarding dosing, the relavent section is pasted below:

For topical use only.
To be prepared and administered in adequately ventilated surroundings.The concentrated Imaverol solution should be diluted by adding 1 part to 50 parts warm water to provide a 2 mg/ml emulsion. Dermatophytes will extend into the hair follicles. Possible crusts must therefore be removed with a hard brush which has been soaked in the diluted Imaverol emulsion. It is highly recommended that the animal is sprayed entirely at the first treatment so as to reach the subclinical lesions as well.

Cattle: depending on the nature of the lesions, cattle should be treated 3 to 4 times at 3-day intervals. The animals should either be washed with the diluted emulsion or the emulsion should be applied to them with a sprayer or high-pressure cleaning unit.

Horses: the lesions and surrounding skin should be washed with the diluted emulsion 4 times at 3-day intervals.

Dogs: the animals should be washed with the diluted emulsion 4 times at 3-day intervals. While doing this, one should rub thoroughly in the direction opposite to the hair growth to make sure that the skin is thoroughly wet. For the same reason, it is recommended that long haired dogs be clipped before treatment. Alternatively dogs may be dipped thoroughly in a bath containing the prepared emulsion.

23 October 2017 at 1:19am

Licking off and digestion


Is it ok if your dog licks at the ringworm after treatment has been applied (would try to prevent until dried, obviously) or would a "lampshade" be required?

  • VioVet Staff

It is unlikely to do your dog any harm if they do lick the ringworm lesions after treatment. However licking is likely to delay healing and could cause a secondary infection so it would be much better to prevent it.

23 May 2017 at 5:59pm

Can this be used on a donkey


Can this product be used on a donkey ?

  • VioVet Staff

Yes this product is safe to use on donkeys. However it is not licensed for donkeys so you will need a prescription to purchase it for a donkey.

17 May 2017 at 8:48am

Suitable for rugs etc?


Is diluted Imaverol suitable to treat brushes, rugs and headcollars etc or do you recommend another solution

  • VioVet Staff

No, Imaverol is intended for use on the horse. An anti-fungal disinfectant such as Aqueos Equine Disinfectant is the best thing to treat rugs, brushes, stable etc.

3 January 2016 at 4:02pm

Spray whole horse?


  • VioVet customer since 2013
  • From: , United Kingdom

My horse has two small ringworm patches on his muzzle. He is a cob with a very thick winter coat. It is too cold to bath him at the moment. Should he sprayed all over with the product, or will it be sufficient to treat the affected area only? Not sure if he was sprayed that the product would reach his skin through winter coat.

  • VioVet Staff

It is often effective to treat just the visible lesions alone. Ideally you should spray the entire animal at the start of treatment, then treat just the obvious, affected bits 4 times at 3 day intervals. If the coat is wet or muddy before you start then that will not help. The winter coat does not help either, though it still might work perfectly well enough. I would try to treat the obvious bits carefully and see how it goes from there. Chances are that will work perfectly well in fact.

12 April 2015 at 8:44pm

Use with Frontline


Can this product be used with Frontline? How long should I wait between applying the Frontline and applying the Imaverol?

  • VioVet Staff

Frontline and Imaverol can be used together but routine bathing will reduce the duration of protection against fleas and ticks.

If this is a one-off Imaverol treatment, I would recommend completing the Imaverol bathing period before applying Frontline. Dogs should be bathed with the diluted Imaverol 4 times, with 3 day intervals. After the final treatment, you can then apply Frontline.

If you need to use Imaverol more frequently, you will need to wait 2 days after Frontline application before you can bath your dog. Studies haven't been carried out to see how much frequent bathing reduces duration of protection, so I'd recommend keeping an eye on your dog and if he has a problem with fleas, ask your vet to advise you on applying Frontline more frequently.

9 January 2015 at 9:17pm

Is it a preventative measure or a cure?


Just to clarify, is this a cure for ring worm or a prevention??

  • VioVet Staff

This is intended to be a cure and is usually very effective when used as directed. Nothing in medicine is ever 100% certain, but it is not used as a preventative.

15 September 2014 at 11:41am



How much will the 100ml bottle treat ? Would this be enough for the 4 wash treatment.

  • VioVet Staff

It depends what you are treating. You have to dilute the Imaverol by adding 1ml to 50mls of water. You then use that liquid to thoroughly we all the skin. For a small animal there is plenty to do 4 washes. If you are treating a large horse, you might have difficulty. Quarter of the bottle will make up 1.25 litres of liquid to treat your animal. If you can wet the entire surface with that, then you are fine. Imaverol is used for small animals such as Guinea Pigs up to horses and cattle.

17 August 2014 at 11:27pm

Use for fungal not ringworm?


Hi again. Can imaverol be used for other fungal infections that are not ringworm?
Thank you.

  • VioVet Staff

The active ingredient is effective against many types of fungal organism. However using it for other infections may or may not work, or be safe, so you should ask your own vet about this.

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