Stop-Itch for Dogs & Cats
Aids in the treatment of Eczema, Dermatoses and Fungal infections, including Ringworm.
It can also be used as an emergency treatment for lacerations, wire cuts, burns and abrasions.
Aristopet Stop-Itch is an effective multipurpose anti-itch solution for cats and dogs
APVMA Registration NO: 68944
For Animal Treatment Only
- Stop-Itch can be used as a shampoo to prevent the spread of infection
- Can be applied topically to aid skin conditions such as dermatisis, itching or ezcema
- Can be dabbed on minor, superifcial animal wounds
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- 15g/L Povidone-iodine
- 6g/L Iodophor (Equivalent to 0.75% available Iodine)
For use on
Use on puppies and kittens older than 12 weeks age.
Instructions for Use
Use on puppies and kittens older than 12 weeks of age.
As shampoo: Dilute 1 part of Stop-itch to 20 parts of warm water and rub well into the coat and allow the foam to remain for at least 5 minutes. Rinse, dry, and then liberally apply undiluted Stop-Itch to infected and surrounding areas. Wipe off excess from coats of cats.
For skin diseases: Clean the affected area with a solution of 1 part Stop-Itch to 20 parts warm water. Towel dry, then liberally apply undiluted Stop-Itch to the affected area. Repeat daily for 3-4 days, or until condiction improves.
Wounds: For emergency treatment of lacerations, wire cut, burns, abrasions and other superficial animal wounds, dab the wound with cotton wool or gauze soaked with undiluted Stop-Itch. Repeat daily for 3-4days or until healing is well evidenced.
Is Stop-Itch Harmful to cats if they are licking the product?
This product is generally safe when ingested, however can be harmful if swallowed in significant amount. Consult your veterinarian if you have any concerns.
Why is my dog continuously itchy? I have tried many anti-itch products and shampoos.
There are many causes to itchiness in pets, including but not limited to bacterial, fungal and yeast infections; different types of allergies; mites, lice and fleas; and other inflammatory skin diseases.
Consult your veterinarian if your pet has recurrent or continous itchiness of their skin.