Sogeval Douxo 30 Count Chlorhexidine 3-Percent PS Pads
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- Can be used for the antiseptic cleaning of inter digital areas
- Antiseptic cleaning of inter digital areas, chin acne lesions
- Nasal/lip and other fold pyodermas in cats and dogs
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These medicated pads provide unparalleled activity in topical management of pyoderma and Malassezia. Can be used for the antiseptic cleaning of inter digital areas, chin acne lesions and nasal/lip and other fold pyodermas in cats and dogs.
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|Item Dimensions||3.1 x 2.4 x 3.1 in||3.39 x 1.81 x 7.91 in||8.03 x 3.62 x 2.2 in||3.5 x 2 x 8 in||—||5 x 3 x 3 in|
|Item Weight||—||1.06 lbs||3.53 ounces||1.4 lbs||0.5 lb||0.7 lb|
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For information - His skin issues were an outbreak that resembled ring worm, it was not however fungal in nature and our Vets indicated that it was a microbe problem. Weak skin barrier, that caused scabs and a hair lose as his skins bacteria attacked hair follicles and any small scrap or irritation. It produced black scabs that would fall away taking clumps of hair with it and leaving bald spots. It mostly appeared on his chest to groin area although he did have some random area's on his shoulder and flank. We determined that the weeping nature of the scab caused it to spread so one scab would lead to an outbreak in an area. Iodine did help somewhat slow the spread, but short of dunking him in an iodine solution each day it was a loosing battle.
Our Vet tried to help (love my Vet btw, he's an awesome guy!) and recommended a product called Butler Phytovet CK antiseptic shampoo (Also available here on Amazon) and we tried that. No luck. It, again like the iodine, did help slow his outbreaks but was not up to the task of fully controlling and curing his outbreaks. After 10 months of steroid treatments, food swaps and trying different shampoos / sprays I came across the Douxo line of products.
Currently we use the Douxo Shampoo (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000O1HEJ0/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) once a week after his Sunday morning at the dog park, the Douxo spray (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00198XFNG/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) mid-week as a *top-up* for his treatment and on off days, the days he gets neither the shampoo or spray, any problem area's are treated with the Douxo wipes (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00G3D8JL0/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1)
All these products are available on Amazon or other good online pet-stores (Chewy.com etc) and so far our treatment's have not only cured any outbreaks quickly (Within a week of a scab forming the area is healed) they have also reduced his outbreaks significantly. Currently he's been on this treatment plan of ours for a month and I can say with all honesty that for the first time since we adopted him he has NO current skin issues.
We tried many things to resolve his issues, the reason it took us a year to finally resolve the problem was initially we tried diet changes, as any good pet owner knows you have to change a diet for at least 2 months to get a correct read on any changes. We did feed Orijen dog food initially (One of the best brands on the market) we changed to Honest Kitchen (Another great brand) and finally now to a locally made product. This took months of *wait and see* Then the different shampoo's (Oatmeal / Aloe) then medicated shampoos.
I want to point out that Orijen and Honest Kitchen are FANTASTIC foods that we've raised dogs on and had no issues with and I suspect that food was NOT our boys issues at all, I only bring it up so that you the reader knows we did everything we were supposed to in order to try and control his skin issues BEFORE we looked for a medicated skin product.
All that being said .. the Douxo line of products has been a life saver for us. The initial outlay of around $60 has paid for itself easy. Since hes shampoo and spray is used once a week only we still have at least half a bottle of each so they should each last us 2 months. The pads (we bought two packs) are used daily and therefore last a little over a month each (Since 2 days a week I don't use them) So in terms of cost its about $30 a month for our dogs treatment, bare in mind he's 105lb of energetic joy, so your mileage will vary depending on your pup's size. When stacking that against a $300-400 vet bill every 3 months its a steal.
I'm not saying this product will cure everything and your search is over, I am saying we have had very positive results and can't recommend this product enough. If your like we were and searching for something to manage and treat a stubborn skin issue on your dog (or cat) then toss this in your cart and give it a try, at the very least drop a few bucks on the pads and try them at first if your dubious, the worst that can happen is you don't have the great results we did and move onto another product.
In the end I'm sure you, reader, will find a product that will work for your individual pets issues. It's fantastic to find a produce that brings such peace of mind to us as owners and to our joyful little man who can carry on being a good boy without that irritating itch.
(Please check my review history, I seldom review products and never with a wall of text like this. This product is such a help to us I've taken time out to write this simply in the hope it will help other pet owners and their pets.)
TLDR : Worked for me, Try it !!!
PRO-TIP... take everything out of the jar and lay stack them on a dinner plate or something like that. Get a strong scissor cut these into quarters. The better your scissor is, the more you can cut at the same time saving yourself time. Unless you have an enormous dog, rarely will you ever need the full-sized pad. It really helps stretch out your mileage.
So far these are working just as good as the ones I got from my vet. After about a week of using they completely cleared up his acne flare up. So I will definitely continue to buy these verses the more expensive ones at the vet. Now that his flare up is gone, I cut them in half and just clean him like once a week to prevent another flare up from coming.