GenOne Topical Spray Rx
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GenOne Topical Spray Rx

  • Usually ships within one business day with veterinary approval.

  • Requires veterinary authorization.

  • Your pet's veterinarian will provide directions for use.

What is GenOne Topical Spray for Dogs?

  • GenOne is a prescription topical spray for dogs with lesions caused by certain bacteria.
  • GenOne contains an antibiotic, gentamicin, and a steroid, betamethasone valerate.

Why do cats and dogs use GenOne?

  • GenOne is prescribed to help kill certain bacteria and help the skin heal from the minor lesions they cause.
  • GenOne may also prevent skin infections after surgery. 
  • The betamethasone can be beneficial for “hot spots,” where the skin is irritated, and can decrease inflammation and itching.

What else should I know about GenOne?

  • Broad-spectrum antibiotic topical spray for dogs.
  • Relieves pain, swelling, and itching.
  • Treats a wide range of bacterial skin infections and superficial lesions.
  • No-mess, direct application with the pump spray bottle.

What problems could my dog or cat have with GenOne?

  • If GenOne is sprayed on ulcerated or burned skin, there could be side effects from the drug being absorbed into the body. 
  • Always contact your veterinarian if you notice issues after starting a new medication.

How do you use GenOne?

  • Remove excess hair from the lesion area.
  • Clean the lesion and the area surrounding it.
  • Use GenOne spray as directed by your pet's veterinarian, and apply only to the areas that they specify. 
  • Wash your hands after applying GenOne. 
  • Avoid contact with eyes.

What is in GenOne?

  • GenOne contains an antibiotic, gentamicin, that kills bacteria.
  • GenOne also contains a steroid, betamethasone valerate. The steroid promotes healing.

Will I get what I see in the picture?

  • GenOne is a brand name. You will receive the exact brand that you request.

Is it important for my dog or cat to finish all of the GenOne?

  • GenOne contains an antibiotic. Resistance is a major concern when using antibiotics. To help avoid resistance, it is important for you to use this for as long as your veterinarian has prescribed, even if you dog or cat is looking and feeling better.