What is Lime Plus Dip and How is it Helpful for the Pets?

LimePlus Dip by Dechra is a concentrated liquid medication applied to treat parasitic and fungal skin infections in cats, dogs, kittens, puppies and horses. It is a Lime Sulfur Concentrate solution, which is mainly used for non-specific Dermatoses where a sulfurated lime is effective. 97.8% of this concentration is the Sulfurated Lime Solution and it is the active ingredient as well. It comes in a 4oz and 16oz bottle, as well as in 1 gallon size.

Directions to Use:

You are advised to wear gloves, while applying this medication to avoid contact with skin. Pour 4oz of Lime Plus Dip into 1 gallon of water and mix it well. Before application, you need to bathe your pet and rinse off shampoo. Now pour diluted LimePlus Dip onto haircoat and apply onto skin and let it dry. Do not rinse and apply it only as per the instructions of your vet. If the medicine dries around the container opening or cap, it’s better to drown the sealed container in warm water for 15 minutes and shake it well. May be you need to apply it in 5-7 day intervals. Then you need to use according to directions. You need to store it at controlled room temperature of 15-30 degree Celsius (59-860F).

Caution for LimePlus Dip:

LimePlus Dip is for topical use only. You need to use only after properly diluting as per the directions. Avoid contact with eyes. In case of eye contact, you are advised to rinse it thoroughly with water. This product has a very strong, unpleasant  smell and may cause skin irritation. If skin irritation remains persistent or increases, stop using and call your veterinarian. Keep it out of the reach of children and pets. Do not forget to wash your hands after use.


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