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Sebocalm Shampoo for Dogs & Cats

  • 250ml Bottle £16.35

Description

Sebocalm is a hypo-allergenic, soap-free, cleansing cat and dog shampoo with a pleasant lemon scent. This emollient shampoo is suitable for frequent use for the perfection of skin and coats in dogs and cats. With the active ingredients formulated in Spherulites for prolonged efficacy, Sebocalm is a superb shampoo offering long lasting nourishing and conditioning.

Uses: Sebocalm may be used for routine shampooing of dogs and cats to promote and maintain optimum skin and coat condition.

Directions: Shake well before use. Wet the coat with warm water and apply sufficient Sebocalm to create a rich lather. Massage into the coat with circular movements and leave for 5 minutes. Rinse thoroughly with clean water. Use once weekly or as directed by your veterinary surgeon.

Precautions: For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. For use on animals only. Package quantities 250 ml bottle *Spherulites is a patented encapsulation system


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Loss of hair

22nd Apr 2014
Shaun

Hi me dog has list some of his hair on his tail will sobocalm sole it

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

There are lots of different possible causes of hair loss on dogs. Sebocalm is a top quality conditioning shampoo which can help with general conditioning, but might not treat a specific underlying medical or parasitic problem. Ideally you should take advice from your own vet about this. Otherwise, I would suggest provide a good diet, treat for fleas routinely even if you do not see them, and then Sebocalm can be used as well to condition the skin and coat.