Directions: Shake well before using. Wet the coat with warm water and apply sufficient shampoo to create a rich lather. Massage Pyoben into wet coat, lather freely. Rinse and repeat. Allow to remain on hair for 5 to 10 minutes, then rinse thoroughly with clean water. Frequency of use: initially two to three times a week for four weeks, then reducing to once a week, or as directed by your vet. May be used on cats and dogs of any age.
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4.75 rating based on 4 reviews
by from 11/11/2011
Used this product just once on a dog who had some problems from stripping. Problem gone immediately. Amazing stuff.
Sonoma, Ca by from lorraine"
Worked for my dog! by onlyinawillys08/12/2011
My dog had skin irritation and some hair loss Vetrinarian recomended this product. It worked well she stopped itching, redness went away and hair grew back
Worth every penny! by Nolalady07/14/2014
I have been using this shampoo for three years now. I have a little yorkie mix, and she has a flea allergy. I first had a need for it when I moved to New Orleans and realized that fleas were rampant. One little bite can cause sores and intense scratching/biting. This shampoo, used every other day to get rid of the infection, has saved my life. It clears her skin up right away and stops the scratching. You can then use it every week or every other week to prevent infection. Perfect if your dog has sensitive skin! Stops the biting/scratching immediately.
Great Shampoo for Soothing Irritated Skin by Mary from Chicago10/06/2011
I am fostering a dog who came to me with all-over itching, irritation and hot spots. Once I started her on the 3X weekly baths, her skin improved dramatically. Adding the ResiCORT Leave-On Lotion to her shampoo regimen was the final step in soothing her skin problems.