SENTRY® Tea Tree Oil & Oatmeal Medicated Dog Shampoo | Shampoo & Conditioner | PetSmart
Oakwood Pet Shampoo with Tea Tree Oil is a cleansing shampoo that helps maintain a fresh, shiny coat without drying the coat.
Some dogs and cats just seem to attract dirt and emit offensive smells so they need an intensive, yet gentle pet shampoo that also conditions and removes from the coat unpleasant smells.
This pet shampoo will improve coat performance and shine and provide a long lasting, natural Tea Tree Oil after fragrance after every wash.
Melaleuca oil is quite a powerful essential oil so it doesn’t require much to be effective. The general consensus is that most animals tolerate heavily diluted Tea Tree Oil, be that dilution in a base oil or a drop in a large bottle of shampoo. Limited use of heavily diluted Tea Tree Oil shouldn’t be a problem for most dogs, ferrets, horses and fish, but there is a higher risk if the treatment is somewhere the animal can lick. It isn’t recommended for use on rabbits or cats.
Sergeant's Fur So Fresh Dog Shampoo, with Tea Tree Oil | Sergeant's
Feb 15, 2015 - (Oatmeal dog shampoo, Tea Tree oil, etc)
Be Soothed. Tea Tree Oil Skin Relief is a treatment formulated to relieve pain and itching of your dog's skin, based around the healing powers of tea tree oil. Your dog may need Be Soothed. if there is evidence of: a fungal or bacterial infection, reddened/inflamed patches of skin, pustules associated with insect bites, licking/scratching behaviors that indicate discomfort, hot spots that weep fluid or have crusted over, or scratches or surface wounds. In addition to Be Soothed. Tea Tree Oil Skin Relief, try Be Soothed Shampoo to help relieve pain and itching. Made in the USA.He did say that the Comfortis is the best way to go for fleas now, because fleas are immune to the other topicals. With Comfortis, it doesn't matter if you get them wet, etc. So she is on this now. He said after Comfortis has been on the market for fifteen years, fleas will become immune to it also. Comfortis is a huge chewable tablet that they take like a treat and it is given once a month. After I did this bath and for weeks after, I noticed she really seemed to be happy and not digging on herself, like she does when she gets that buildup from the yeast, etc. The yeast will show itself on the skin by looking like mold, or black trimming around the ears. The vet had showed me this before. I had looked at her stomach a day or so after the bath and I could see where I actually missed. There were black dots on part of it where I couldn't see where I was massaging. The place the shampoo touched and was massaged in was perfectly clear of the yeast. I was really impressed with this recipe which is also a lice remedy when combined with white vinegar. It makes her happy. I don't think any other form of shampoo would be such an anti-fungal as the tea tree oil and Dawn. Dawn has long been used on animals and such. As harsh as it sounds, it is actually very gentle, and I always use it because I know how much I always used it on my foster animals. I really never thought of using it on a full grown dog, such as mine, but I am so glad I did and so is she. Remember to keep it off of cats. Also, never use oatmeal shampoo on dogs with a yeast problem because it only feeds the yeast and then they multiply faster. By from Tri-Cities, TN