LimePlus Dip is a sulfur concentrate with antimicrobial activity. For treatment of non-specific, dermatoses where the active ingredient is effective. For dogs, cats, puppies and kittens.
You can find a Client Information Sheet which provides a summary of information about LimePlus Dip by following the link below:
If you have questions or concerns about LimePlus (sulfurated lime solution) Dip, or conditions related to its use, contact your pet's veterinarian or pharmacist.
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You can find a package label which provides more detailed information on LimePlus Dip's indications, forms of administration, and side effects, along with other clinical information, by following the link below:
LimePlus Dip's package label does not take the place of instructions from your veterinarian. Talk to your veterinarian if you do not understand the information provided in this document or if you have any questions about LimePlus (sulfurated lime solution) Dip antifungal, antiparasitic for use on dogs and cats.
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Q:When can I repeat the treatment and how often can this done?
A:You should repeat application at 5-7 day intervals and the frequency and length of use of this product depends upon the condition being treated and your animal’s response to the medication.
Q:Was wondering how to dispose of it safely ?
A:According to the manufacturer and MSDS (material safety data sheet) for limeplus, disposal procedures should be in accordance with Federal, State, and local refuse regulations. Also, the MSDS sheet mentioned to not dispose of it down the drain. For this information we would recommend for you contact your local landfill or recycling center for proper disposal instructions.
Q:can this product been brought from a feed or pet store.
A:You would need to contact the manufacturer to find out what their local distribution is, we do not, unfortunately, have that information. It is a prescription medication, so you may want to check local pharmacies to see what the availability might be.
Q:My vet couldn't answer this - How does LimePlus Dip affect Advantix spot-on flea control? I know regular bathing doesn't affect it but I am concerned about the dip.
Q:The instructions say to wash animal then apply and allow to dry. Do we dry our cat post bath or keep her wet, then apply Limeplus. It seems like she might freeze while waiting for all of her hair to dry.?.
A:Marykay - I worked as a vet tech a few decades (!) back. After we bathed and dipped cats, we put them in their enclosure, then attached a regular blow dryer with diffuser attached to the door of the cage/crate, put it on low and let it run until the cat was reasonably dry.
Q:I just bred my French Bull and noticed she has mites. Can I use Lime Plus Dip on her now?
Q:We have been prescribed this for our cats. I was told to put it on and let it dry on the cat. Will licking the fur be harmful while the product dries?
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Comments about DermaPet LimePlus Dip:
This is an 8 week treatment to be done once a week. VetRX Direct is much more affordable than the vet pricing. After I had paid $37.60 each for 4 bottles the date of our appointment I decided to look online and found it for $11.99 at VetRX Direct. In the future before I just accept what the vet wants to give me I will check the website first. The Revolution was even cheaper than my vet.