Vet's Best Hot Spot Itch Relief Spray for Dogs
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Vet's Best Hot Spot Itch Relief Spray For Dogs

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Rating: 5

(5 out of 5)

Tags: allergy relief, dog spray, anti-itch products, vet's best

Hot Spot Itch Relief Spray with tea tree oil, chamomile, aloe vera, and other natural ingredients, provides immediate relief from itching and scratching caused by flea allergy dermatitis, pollen allergies and other skin problems. Hot Spot Spray soothes and heals raw, sore, inflamed hot spots fast. Easy to use pump spray contains no alcohol or steroids.
Editor's Review

Vet's Best Hot Spot Itch Relief Spray is an all-natural solution to irritating skin problems.

April 12, 2011 5:39 pm | By Zootoo Editor Flinn D.

The problem of how to get dogs to stop itching is a challenge for any canine owner. Especially if your dog has hot spots on his skin that irritate, itch, and annoy him endlessly. Fortunately, the folks at Vet’s Best have formulated a natural, soothing solution to this problem with their Hot Spot Itch Relief Spray.

Like other products from the Vet’s Best line, the Hot Spot Itch Relief Spray uses natural components to alleviate your dog’s itching. In fact, the ingredient list only has three items on it, all of which are reassuringly familiar – tea tree oil, chamomile, and aloe vera. The alcohol-free and steroid-free formula is a special bonus if your canine is the type who tends to lick shampoos, lotions, or sprays immediately after you apply them on his coat.

Owners will appreciate the convenient, easy pump spray design for targeting problem areas, although Vet’s Best Hot Spot Itch Relief Spray can also be used as an all-over solution if your pet suffers from ongoing allergies, especially during the spring. Because of the product’s mild formula, you can even leave in the diluted mixture after bathtime without worrying that your pet will have additional irritation.

So how well does Vet’s Best Hot Spot Itch Relief Spray work? A trial run with our tester canine, who suffers from skin allergies, appeared to produce immediate relief, without creating the kind of self-licking that makes owners cringe.

Pros: All-natural ingredients; can be used as a spray or a solution.

Cons: None.

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Reader's Reviews (6)
Lycanthrope
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Rating: 5

Works great

posted 5 years ago

My dog is allergic to soy. This product works excellent. Instantly relieves any itching.

Pros: Instant itch relief

Cons: none

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Terry F.
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Rating: 4

Helps the itch

posted 5 years ago

I have a German Shepherd who gets frequent hot spots. I had some shampoo the vet gave me, but he's a pain to wash. A friend recommended this product and it actually seems to give some relief.

Pros: Steroid-free, easy to apply

Cons: None

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