Does Isaderm gel sting?
Avoid getting the gel into your own or your dog’s eyes, since it may cause stinging. If it gets into the eyes then bathe them with water. Although Isaderm is a fast-drying gel, the dog should be prevented from licking the treated area.
What is Isaderm used for in cats?
Isaderm gel is indicated for the topical treatment of superficial pyoderma in the dog such as acute moist dermatitis (i.e. hot spots) and intertrigo (skin fold dermatitis)….IsaDerm® Gel.
|Fusidic acid, Betamethasone, Topical antibiotic/Corticosteroid
|15 g, 30 g
How do I treat my dogs hot spots?
Treatment of hot spots typically involves some combination of the following:
- Clipping the hair around the area to prevent matting.
- Cleaning the affected area with gentle antiseptic solutions such as chlorhexidine.
- Prescribing topical or oral antibiotics to treat secondary bacterial infections.
Can you treat dog hot spots at home?
The basics of home hot spot treatment for dogs are: Apply a warm, moist compress to the area 3 times daily for 5-10 minutes to keep the area clean, to calm the tissues, and to encourage good circulation; allow the area to fully dry before applying anything topically.
Do you need a prescription for Isaderm gel for dogs?
Isaderm Gel – 15g is a Prescription Only Veterinary Medicine and by law requires a prescription from your vet.
Is there such a thing as isaderm for dogs?
On the pack it says Isaderm 5mg/g + 1mg/g gel for dogs I have just looked at the datasheet which only mentions treatment for dogs but this product used to be called Fuciderm and plenty of people have been prescribed it for their cats in the past. I think I have but cannot remember which cat or which condition. Scouttie and Xitomeezer like this.
Why is my cat using isaderm on her chin?
I’ve been using Isaderm gel and cleaning the area. \\but it flared up again this morning … read more My cat had a lump on her chin last year that appeared quickly and the vet said she’d scratched herself and it was a wound.
What kind of skin does a cat have?
Figure 1: A cat’s skin is composed of layers, including the epidermis, the dermis, and the subcutis, as well as appendages such as sebaceous glands and muscles called arrector pili. Figure 2: An allergic cat with alopecia (hair loss) around the nose and eyes due to excessive scratching and rubbing. Most Common Feline Skin Diseases
What to do about a feline skin disease?
The treatment of feline skin disease depends on its specific cause. Flea infestation is treated by using appropriate flea control products to eliminate fleas from both the cat and its environment. Food allergies are usually treated by instituting a diet that does not contain components to which a cat is allergic.
Can you use isaderm gel on a cat?
Looking at the pack now at home and reading the enclosed leaflet it says it’s for dogs – no mention of cats, I’m now wondering if the vet made a mistake or if it can also be used on cats? On the pack it says Isaderm 5mg/g + 1mg/g gel for dogs
Can you use isaderm on other skin conditions?
Information for the customer: Complete the full treatment course as prescribed by your veterinarian. Do not use Isaderm on other skin conditions unless prescribed by your veterinarian. Should the skin condition occur again at a later date, do not use the gel without consulting your veterinarian.
How to tell if your cat has skin problems?
There are a range of symptoms that can indicate a problem with your cat’s skin. Cats incessantly itch, scratch and bite their fur to alleviate signs of pet allergies and also lick their fur to soothe infections. Contact your vet straight away if your cat is experiencing any of the following symptoms: Intensive itching Hair loss
Is there a Boggo isaderm for cats also?
No cat version exists so yep, it’s boggo Isaderm for both species. Scouttie, 1CatOverTheLine and Xitomeezer like this. No cat version exists so yep, it’s boggo Isaderm for both species. Click to expand… Good to know. Thank you! Hi i just got the same gel for my cat, and i decided not to give him! It’s says just for dogs!