Pyoben Dermatology Medicated Shampoo for Dogs and Cats
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Pyoben Shampoo

Pyoben is a prescription medicated shampoo for dogs, cats, and horses that works in the topical treatment of certain dermatological conditions and infections. It contains benzoyl peroxide as an antimicrobial to help cleanse the skin and pores. Pyoben also includes the use of spherulites, an encapsulation system, that makes the ingredients continue to work longer after application, and a natural skin barrier, to help protect against damage. If your pet has been diagnosed with a skin condition , your veterinarian may prescribe a medicated shampoo like Pyoben as part of treatment. Available in 8oz and 16oz bottles.


  • Consult with your pet’s veterinarian before applying this product and follow their specific instructions for use.
  • Read and follow the prescription label carefully for storage information, possible side effects, and drug interactions.
  • Apply the exact amount prescribed and only as often as directed.
  • Do not skip doses or stop giving the medication without consulting your veterinarian.
  • For additional information, click the “More Info” and “Package Insert” tabs listed above.


Pyoben Gel

Pyoben Gel is a prescription topical for dogs, cats, and horses that is used in the treatment process of certain skin conditions and infections. Like Pyoben shampoo, the Pyoben gel contains benzoyl peroxide as an antimicrobial agent to cleanse and dry the skin. Available in 1 oz bottle.


You can find a Client Information Sheets which provides a summary of information about Pyoben Shampoo and Gel for Pets by following the links below:

Pyoben Shampoo Client Information Sheet*

Pyoben Gel Client Information Sheet*


If you have questions or concerns about Pyoben Shampoo or Gel, or conditions related to its use, contact your pet's veterinarian or pharmacist.


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