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Kinda surprised it has a Fakespot F. This helps my dog in preventing yeast growth in her ears and paws in between baths.

Bonus: it smells like fruit loops
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I installed the Fakespot add-on to my chrome browser this past week. I knew it had its limitations as I've used it off and on, but having it auto generate for hundreds of products while I shopped this week made me realize just how useless it is as a tool. The same products just in different colors will have vastly different grades, and well-known products or brands without any need to inflate their reviews would have low grades. I know Amazon has a serious issue with junk reviews, but Fakespot seems really unreliable.
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Fakespot rating is an F. Has anyone used this? My dog has really bad allergies and I have to bathe her twice a week with ketohex shampoo to avoid infections, but would like something easy to back it up with.
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Fakespot rating is an F. Has anyone used this? My dog has really bad allergies and I have to bathe her twice a week with ketohex shampoo to avoid infections, but would like something easy to back it up with.
Kinda surprised it has a Fakespot F. This helps my dog in preventing yeast growth in her ears and paws in between baths.

Bonus: it smells like fruit loops
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Kinda surprised it has a Fakespot F. This helps my dog in preventing yeast growth in her ears and paws in between baths.

Bonus: it smells like fruit loops
Well, Fakespot F just means it has a lot of fake reviews, not necessarily a bad product. I want something for her paws, so I'll give this a try. Thanks!
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I just got this for my dog. It is the only thing that cleared it up. Saved me another $90 trip to vet & I paid a whole lot more that this for it.
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Thanks for the fakespot research. For 3 bucks I was going to try it out, but will skip. I have found that the regular brown Listerine is a very effective antiseptic/anti fungal.Spray it on and it just works.
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I also had a 40% off coupon on first delivery, ended up being $1.65 after tax
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I use this on my dog when he gets flea allergy dermatitis or dry flakey spots on his skin. He comes running when it's time to apply so I know it really helps soothe his skin. This is a great price as I paid $8.99 last time I ordered.

Heads up though, chewy.com has this for $3.38 also, maybe it's being discontinued?
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Fakespot rating is an F. Has anyone used this? My dog has really bad allergies and I have to bathe her twice a week with ketohex shampoo to avoid infections, but would like something easy to back it up with.
My dog small hive breakouts and next thing I know it turned into scabs. I bought both spray and shampoo and I think it worked? I am not 100% sure because I also used bacitracin twice a day.
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Great deal
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This stuff works great, just purchased a week ago at normal price and has helped my dog with his hyperpigmentation.
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If your dog has hotspots buy this. It's amazing.
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I don't see an antifungal listed in the ingredients 🤔
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Never mind the "fakespot research." This is a really excellent product!!! It is both effective and gentle, with a pleasant neutral odor (unlike Listerine or Sulfodene, which must be extremely unpleasant for a dog's sensitive nose!). At this price, it is a no-brainer. The shampoo is very good as well. This spray is useful for hotspots, irritated paws, weird doggy rashes, and general itching. Although it will NOT kill fleas or ticks, it will soothe the inflammatory responses that their bites can cause. It is also useful for your dear old canine friend to minimize the skin irritations that may plague him in his latter days. Highly recommended! Buy it!
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