LimePlus Dip is a sulfur concentrate with antimicrobial activity. For treatment of non-specific, dermatoses where the active ingredient is effective. For dogs, cats, puppies and kittens.
Dilution: Pour 4 ounces of contents into a gallon container and fill with water. Mix well.
Directions: Bathe animal prior to application. Rinse off shampoo. Pour entire contents of diluted LimePlus Dip onto pet and work into skin. Allow to dry on pet. DO NOT Rinse. May be applied at 5-7 day intervals.
Active Ingredient: Sulfurated Lime Solution 97.8% Inert Ingredients:2.2%
Everything is perfect! Lime Plus Dip works very well for Ringworm therapie
Works well for treating ringworm in cats by pinetree90907/09/2010
Works very well used as a dip twice a week to treat ringworm in cats, when used in conjunction with sporanox and the living area is properly vacuumed, cleaned, disinfected etc, they are all better in 6 weeks.
effective and safe and fast by cat rescue director08/10/2010
if used every 5 days as directed, it will get rid of ringworm. It is cheap and effective and it works a lot faster than any of the systemic medications. We have had cats get very sick from Greseofulvin, don't use it at all even though vets who are not up on the latest will still prescribe it. Sporanox works and is safe but it takes a long time (4-8 weeks) and is very expensive. Fluconazole works too and is cheaper but does have side effects in some animals, although none of ours have experienced any so usually we use that if we have to use a systemic medication. For the vast majority of our ringworm cases, we dip every 5 days, clean the environment with clorox before putting the dipped cat back, change the bedding every day and bleach it. We have never failed to get rid of ringworm fast (most in one week) and effectively. You have to be really careful not to get in the eyes, which is dicey because a lot of ringworm is near the eyes. You just have to rub it in with your fingertips. Usuallly we dip the body and neck then wrap in a towel and do the face and ears very throughly. Also, be sure to use a collar till dry. We have had a number of cats vomit and get diarrhea from grooming the wet dip off of themselves. We usually dry most or all of the way with a hairdryer on low or medium if the cat/kitten will let us.