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ALLERDERM SPOT-ON for Medium and Large Dogs 6 pipettes of 4 ml each

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  • Help Repair Skin Conditions
  • Contains Skin Lipid Complex
  • Help repair and restore the epidermal barrier in canine
  • Help Repair Epidermal Barrier in Feline
  • Topical Skin Repair

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ALLERDERM SPOT-ON for Medium and Large Dogs 6 pipettes of 4 ml each + Allerderm EFA Caps HP (60 count)
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  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003SFHTSA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,810 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

For medium to large dogs over 20lbs [6 pipettes of 4ml] -- ALLERDERM is an easy-to-use topical therapy thats proven to help repair and restore the epidermal barrier in canine and feline patients suffering from skin disease. Contains Skin Lipid Complex like that found naturally in pet's skin.

Customer Reviews

Still, fall and winter was a blessed relief.
JAM
I have an allergy dog that is always having skin issues - I really do think this improves his coat quality and decreases the itchies.
Amos
The vet also recommended Allerderm Spot-on treatments.
W. Alter

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By kozi on December 29, 2010
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My dog's itching has steadily progressed over the past five years. I had had eight general-practice vets and two board-certified veterinary dermatologists examine her and prescribe various products. I have tried countless over-the-counter, prescription, and naturalistic remedies. The dog was tested in numerous ways: skin biopsies, blood tests, thyroid tests, allergy tests, dietary tests, parasite tests, and others. Prescription anti-histamines and anti-seborrheic shampoos, topical conditioners, restricted-ingredient diets, omega-3 oil supplements, and lotions helped some, but the dog's scratching was still frequent and lengthy. I tried one ampule of this substance. The result? 80-90% percent of the dog's scratching stopped within hours. I have had to follow up with 1-3 ampules per week. Keep in mind, however, that each case is unique, so your dog may not respond like mine.

PS: I am not connected with the sale or manufacture of this product. I am only a customer.

UPDATE: A new dermatologist found that the problem was caused by a single allergen. The antibody level in the blood, however, was "among the highest I have ever seen," 12-1/2 times the actionable level for immunotherapy. He is pleased with the response to Spot-On, but says that the dog's high level of relief is unusual. The dog now is undergoing weekly injections. I am using two ampules of Spot-On per week to control the itching, waiting until the therapy kicks in.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By JAM on July 1, 2011
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This isn't a miracle cure but I'd characterize it as one very valuable tool in managing atopic allergy. We have a rescue dal with fairly severe seasonal atopic allergies. Last summer, our first with her, was difficult. A continual scramble to try to stay ahead of itching, hotspots, biting..... Demodectic mites treated, most of the std. vet recommended shampoos, antihistamines, diet, etc. Still, fall and winter was a blessed relief. Generally better health and diet probably helps but we still started to see some recurrence this spring. I'd weight long term fish oil capsules with meals and Allerderm as roughly equally effective in our case but the Allerderm rather dramatically and quickly (within a few days) cut the itching and let us get ahead on the fish oil capsules. I'd say it's well worth a try if you are in this situation.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Yvonnamomma on March 24, 2014
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Over 9 months ago our Rhodesian had a horrible case of fleas and got infected bites. The infection was pretty severe so our Vet recommended we use Antibiotics to handle. The infection got better but about a month later she has such a bad case of yeast infection that she was licking all her fur off her tummy and legs. We tried all the holistic remedies, but had to use Antibiotics to handle her once again. Then we had to treat her puppy gut with great pro-biotics, raw food sand Allerderm topically. Her skin had gotten Elephantitis in her pits and paws and she was looking like a shelter dog. The Allerderm turned her skin around and within 12 weeks her fur was grown back and wrinkly flesh was handled! She has full shiny fur and it all grew back in beautifully.Thank you for this great product!

We humans actually started taking more fatty acids because we saw how well Allerderm worked on her. Our coats are getting better too!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By p4song on June 17, 2013
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My dog has had itchy, red skin for years. This product won't cure his problem (allergies), but it worked overnight to relieve some of his misery. It's very easy to use, not greasy, and makes his coat shine. I highly recommend it, especially in conjunction with the medicated baths and so forth that your vet will prescribe. It really works!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By W. Alter on April 30, 2012
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My 4 yr old Boxer/Shar pei mix has been a very itchy dog all her life. I went to the vet to hopefully get some answers. They said it could be allergies either from something she comes in contact with, inhales, or from the food she eats.
They told me to eliminate beef, chicken, corn, wheat, and soy, which are all common allergens. I noticed a slight difference when I changed her food to a lamb and rice recipe. The only problem is, chicken fat is in her food and that is also a common allergen. I am in the process of changing her food to a brand that does not use chicken fat at all. We'll see if that helps!

I was also told by the vet to give her medicated baths once weekly that contain ketoconazole, which is an anti-fungal. She is also on 5mg of Prednisone every other day to alleviate her itching. The vet also recommended Allerderm Spot-on treatments. My dog has been on them for about five weeks (one pipette a week) and I have noticed a huge difference in the texture of her skin and coat. She will itch occasionally but the Allerderm has helped alleviate most but not all of it. Her skin under her arms and belly are smooth and don't feel sweaty and rough like they used to. Her coat is extremely shiny and she hardly sheds anymore.

While I'm not completely convinced Allerderm Spot-on was the only thing that helped alleviate her itching (it has been a combination of treatments), I believe it has helped her skin and coat tremendously. I would recommend it to anyone who has an itchy dog.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By S. Ross on February 15, 2013
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My Golden who has Ichthyosis uses this and I have seen very good improvement of her skin condition since starting to use the Allerderm Spot on her. No longer does she have the heavy flaking on her skin and now after her bath she is generally staying free of the heavier flakes that I was seeing. I am very pleased with this product and will continue using it.
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