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ProSense Itch Solutions Hydrocortisone Spray for Pets with Aloe - Updated Formula - For Dogs and Cats - $1.54

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ProSense Itch Solutions Hydrocortisone Spray for Pets with Aloe - Updated Formula - For Dogs and Cats - $1.54 - or $1.62 for one time purchase.

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3.6 rating, with lots of comments on the smell of rotten onions. Contains acetone (nail polish remover? Guess that will heal a sore itch...)

Amazon must've decided to war with chewy or something, with all these pet price drops
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$1.68 at Walmart [walmart.com]as well.
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$1.68 at Walmart [walmart.com]as well.
Rated even lower there, which is kinda unusual in my experience. This stuff must really stink.
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Rated even lower there, which is kinda unusual in my experience. This stuff must really stink.
I've always found that a normal tube of hydrocortisone cream (as humans use) is just as effective on dogs, with no stink. Worked wonders for my dog this summer.
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I've always found that a normal tube of hydrocortisone cream (as humans use) is just as effective on dogs, with no stink. Worked wonders for my dog this summer.
Hmm, happen to know if that's safe on cats? Got one with a really sensitive... um... bottom (said internally in the voice of a minion). She's frequently dragging her end across the carpet (occasionally leaving extra work for me to clean up after I come home from my day job), which I can only imagine is making matters worse back there.
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Hmm, happen to know if that's safe on cats? Got one with a really sensitive... um... bottom (said internally in the voice of a minion). She's frequently dragging her end across the carpet (occasionally leaving extra work for me to clean up after I come home from my day job), which I can only imagine is making matters worse back there.
From what I've read, OTC hydrocortisone is perfectly safe for cats, but a lower dose type may be recommended. Just gotta try and make sure they don't eat it. Otherwise, they do make such pills designed for ingestion, kinda like they do flea/tick meds... but I'm sure they're not as cheap.
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Hmm, happen to know if that's safe on cats? Got one with a really sensitive... um... bottom (said internally in the voice of a minion). She's frequently dragging her end across the carpet (occasionally leaving extra work for me to clean up after I come home from my day job), which I can only imagine is making matters worse back there.
Maybe worms?
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3.6 rating, with lots of comments on the smell of rotten onions. Contains acetone (nail polish remover? Guess that will heal a sore itch...)

Amazon must've decided to war with chewy or something, with all these pet price drops
Acetone? Are you unable to read simple words?
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Not recommended for jock itch
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Hmm, happen to know if that's safe on cats? Got one with a really sensitive... um... bottom (said internally in the voice of a minion). She's frequently dragging her end across the carpet (occasionally leaving extra work for me to clean up after I come home from my day job), which I can only imagine is making matters worse back there.
Might have to express her anal glands
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This has come in such a perfect time! My dog's been SOOO itchy and i was going to buy him a soothing spray
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My kids lately got a couple ringworms on their body and I suspected it comes from our outdoor cats, though there is no signs of ringworm on my cats. What can I do to check if my cats have it or not and is this stuff kills the fungi that cause ringworms? Thanks
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