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Petkin SPF 15 Doggy Sunscreen

  • 1 x Stick £3.47
  • 20 Wipes £2.22
  • 120ml Spray £4.03

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Petkin Doggy Sunscreen for Dogs & Puppies is specifically designed for your canine friend to ensure that they are protected from the sun!

Available in the form of a spray, stick or wipe, this SPF 15 (compares to SPF 15 rated sunscreens for people) sunscreen has a pleasant coconut and vanilla scent. It is non-greasy and gentle on the skin, so make sure your leave your pet protected from the sun this summer!

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4th Jun 2015
VioVet Visitor

My dog has winter pink nose which lasts through the summer. I want to put sunscreen on it to avoid it burning as there is no black pigment left. . She is obviously gojng to lick it. Is it safe if she ingests it?

Richard Spratley
  • Web Developer

While it is recommended that the dog ingests as little as possible, Petkin recommend using the Sunscreen Stick as it will stay on well and it contains less ingredients.

Dogs eyes

15th Apr 2015

Is it sutible for around the eyes? As my dog burns easily on this area.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

This product would be very unlikely to cause harm to the eyes, but certainly might be uncomfortable if any gets into the eyes. Ideally you only apply it in such a way that none can accidentally be transferred into the eyes. I would suggest trying some but applying it very carefully and not to the very edge of the eyelids at first. After you have used it a few times, you would probably work out what was OK and if any irritation or discomfort was caused. As long as you are careful and start gradually, you are extremely unlikely to be able to cause any harm. (Not forgetting that the sun can cause harm too, so you are not starting off in a perfect situation. This sort of thing is often a balance between what is the "least worst" option.)

For cats?

30th Jun 2014

Can the spray be used on cats too?

Richard Spratley
  • Web Developer

Unfortunately due to some of the ingredients being toxic to cats if ingested, the Petkin range of sunscreens are not suitable for use on cats. One product which is suitable for use on cats is the Aniwell FiltaClear Sunblock.