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Vetzyme Antibacterial Powder

Vetzyme Antibacterial Powder
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  • Powder » 40g Bottle £4.69

Description

Vetzyme Antibacterial Powder is an effective and powerful antibacterial powder suitable for dogs, cats and small animals. Vetzyme Antibacterial Powder can be used to soothe irritated skin without causing further discomfort due to Vetzyme's gentle, soothing effects. Designed to keep the skin clean, dry and germ-free, Vetzyme Antibacterial Powder is ideal for use on skin suffering from conditions including eczema and other minor complaints to prevent them escalating.

Ingredients:

PCMX

Triclosan

Amorphous Silica

Terpineol BP (Fragrance)

Absorrbo HP (Starch)

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Reviews (9)

Summary of Reviews for Vetzyme Antibacterial Powder

Overall 5
Value For Money
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9 out of 9 (100%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (9 reviews)
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55 Good drying powder
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By on 18 September 2017

The product was fine and it did dry out the wound for a while but I think as my dog has very inflammed skin on the inside of her toe this just couldnt help it enough to heal. The only problem with the pot was that it did not have anything to apply directly to the wound, you can only take the cap off and then you are left with loose powder that goes everywhere when you try to apply to an area. I noticed in the pet shops it had a nozzle on the cap to make it easier to apply.

Customer recommends this product

55 Excellent
Verified Purchase

By on 6 August 2017

I use this on nellie's pads for the cracks she gets,I also use it on any little cuts she gets, it smells lovely and has good antiseptic values.

Customer recommends this product

55 Brilliant
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By on 9 May 2017

Worked well on my doggies allergy

Customer recommends this product

55 Really good product
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By on 7 October 2016

I bought this for a little dog I was looking after.She arrived with a nasty rash .No evidence of fleas. I have used this product before and found it was very good. It did not disappoint when I used it on my little visitor. By the time her owners returned she was completely healed.Her owners were very pleased.

Customer recommends this product

55 My Labradoodle seems to approve!
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By on 2 October 2016

My dog has allergies and itches. This product seems to soothe his itches.

Customer recommends this product

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Vetzyme Antibacterial Powder, including answers from our team.

17 April 2018 at 8:02pm

Vetzyme Antibacterial Powder

Angela McSharry

My cat has been licking paw with powder on it will it do her any harm

  • VioVet Staff

Hi Angela,

Thanks for your question.

The powder may cause your cat to hyper salivate but this would happen fairly quickly after she licked her paw and shouldn't cause any lasting problems. However we would always advise contacting your vet if you are at all concerned about her.

Hope this helps.

31 October 2014 at 11:12am

Is this antibacterial suitable to use in all body?

Andrea

Can I use it on my cat's nose and outer ear?

  • VioVet Staff

This product is safe to use on the skin of the nose and the outer ear. You should not deliberately add it to the ear canal, though a very small amount accidentally getting in there would do no harm. How effective the product will be on your cat depends on the precise nature of the problem you are trying to treat. If in doubt, it is best to go to your vet.