Zymox Enzymatic Topical Spray with Hydrocortisone 0.5% for Dogs & Cats (2 oz)

Zymox SKU: RZTS0200W

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Zymox Enzymatic Topical Spray with Hydrocortisone 0.5% for Dogs & Cats

Zymox spray eases your pet's itch and redness. Cats and dogs, big and small, find relief with a few spritzes. It's a powerhouse against irritation, powered by enzymes. Soothing their skin becomes a breeze, without any sting. Pets feel better quickly it's vet suggested for comfort. Hydrate and heal with this enzymatic fix. Keep your furry friend happy and their skin chill!

Zymox topical spray fights skin irritations in dogs and cats. Cats and dogs both get quick relief from itching and hot spots. Enzymes in Zymox help tackle pesky bacteria. Aloe Vera and Hydrocortisone soothe and heal. Purple spots quickly feel better. Perfect for sensitive skin, no alcohol or stinging. Veterinarians recommend Zymox for happy, healthy pets. Easy spray means quick fixes fuss-free. Keep tails wagging and purrs coming with Zymox!

  • Zymox enzymatic formula
  • Quick relief for dogs and cats
  • Alleviates hot spots, irritations
  • Anti-inflammatory hydrocortisone 0.5%
  • Soothing aloe vera, chamomile
  • Easy spray application
  • Non-stinging, alcohol-free
  • Vet-recommended

Directions For Use:

  1. Shake Well: Before use, shake the bottle of Zymox Enzymatic Topical Spray well to ensure that the ingredients are properly mixed.
  2. Prepare the Affected Area: If your pet has a skin irritation, hot spot, or other dermatological issue, gently clean the affected area with mild soap and water. Pat the area dry with a clean towel before applying the spray.
  3. Spray Application:
    • Hold the bottle upright and position the spray nozzle close to the affected area of your pet's skin.
    • Depress the spray nozzle to release a fine mist of the Zymox Enzymatic Topical Spray directly onto the affected area.
    • Ensure thorough coverage of the affected skin, but avoid saturating the area excessively.
  4. Massage Gently: After applying the spray, gently massage the solution into the skin using your fingertips. This helps distribute the product evenly and allows it to penetrate the affected area.
  5. Allow to Air Dry: Once applied and massaged in, allow the Zymox Spray to air dry on your pet's skin. Do not wipe off the spray or cover the treated area immediately.
  6. Repeat as Needed: Depending on the severity of the skin issue and your pet's response, you may need to apply Zymox Enzymatic Topical Spray multiple times a day. Follow your veterinarian's recommendations for frequency of application.
  7. Avoid Contact with Eyes and Mucous Membranes: Take care to avoid spraying the product near your pet's eyes, ears, nose, or mouth. If accidental contact occurs, rinse thoroughly with water.
  8. Monitor for Improvement: After applying the Zymox Spray, monitor your pet's skin for improvement. Look for signs of reduced itching, redness, swelling, and discomfort. If there are no signs of improvement or if the condition worsens, consult your veterinarian.
  9. Storage: Store the bottle of Zymox Enzymatic Topical Spray in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Keep the bottle tightly capped when not in use to preserve its efficacy.
  10. Safety Precautions: Keep the product out of reach of children and pets. Discontinue use if your pet experiences any irritation or allergic reaction and consult your veterinarian for further guidance.

Ingredients:

Hydrocortisone 0.5%, Aloe Vera, Benzoic Acid, Benzyl Alcohol, Dipropylene Glycol, Glucose Oxidase, Glycerin, Isopropyl Myristate, Lactoferrin, Lactoperoxidase, Lysozyme, Potassium Iodide, Propylene Glycol, Purifi Ed Water, Sodium Benzoate, Tripropylene Glycol, Zinc Gluconate.

FAQ:

Is Zymox Enzymatic Topical Spray safe for use on all breeds of dogs and cats?
Yes, Zymox Enzymatic Topical Spray is safe for use on all breeds of dogs and cats. However, it's always recommended to perform a patch test on a small area of your pet's skin before widespread application, especially if your pet has sensitive skin or known allergies.

Can Zymox Enzymatic Topical Spray be used on puppies and kittens?
Zymox Enzymatic Topical Spray is generally safe for use on puppies and kittens. However, it's advisable to consult with your veterinarian before using any new skincare products on young pets, as their skin may be more sensitive.

How often should I apply Zymox Enzymatic Topical Spray to my pet's skin?
The frequency of application depends on the severity of the skin issue and your veterinarian's recommendations. Typically, Zymox Spray can be applied 1-2 times daily or as directed by your veterinarian. Monitor your pet's response and adjust the frequency as needed.

Can Zymox Enzymatic Topical Spray be used for long-term maintenance of skin health?
Zymox Hydrocortisone Spray is designed for short-term relief of skin irritations, hot spots, and itching. For long-term skin health maintenance, consult with your veterinarian for a comprehensive skincare plan tailored to your pet's needs.

Is Zymox Enzymatic Topical Spray effective for treating bacterial or fungal skin infections?
While Zymox Spray can help reduce the risk of skin infections by breaking down biofilms and providing relief from inflammation and itching, it is not a substitute for prescribed medications for bacterial or fungal infections. Consult your veterinarian for appropriate treatment options for infections.

Can Zymox Topical Spray be used in conjunction with other skincare products or medications?
It's important to consult with your veterinarian before using Zymox Spray in combination with other skin care products or medications. Your veterinarian can provide guidance on the compatibility and safety of using multiple products simultaneously.

What should I do if my pet accidentally ingests Zymox Enzymatic Topical Spray?
If accidental ingestion occurs, monitor your pet for any signs of adverse reactions such as vomiting, diarrhea, or lethargy. Contact your veterinarian or a poison control center immediately for further instructions.

Is Zymox Enzymatic Topical Spray suitable for use on open wounds or broken skin?
Zymox Enzymatic Topical Spray is not intended for use on open wounds or broken skin. Avoid applying the spray to areas with cuts, abrasions, or surgical incisions. Consult your veterinarian for appropriate wound care treatments.

Can Zymox Enzymatic Topical Spray be used for ear infections or ear cleaning?
Zymox Enzymatic Topical Spray is specifically formulated for skin application and should not be used for treating ear infections or cleaning the ears. For ear issues, consider using Zymox Enzymatic Ear Cleanser formulated for ear care.

How should I store Zymox Enzymatic Topical Spray?
Store the bottle of Zymox Enzymatic Topical Spray in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Keep the bottle tightly capped when not in use to maintain its efficacy.