Natural shampoos cannot beat everything. I would of love a reality like that, but this is not fantasy land. If a dog or any pet for that reason is deeply affected by bacterial infections, the good news is you can turn to medicated dog shampoos. Some of them get the job done, and this is why we are reviewing them. All we care about are results at the end of the day. We want to fight yeast infection in dogs
Yeast infection in dogs, symptoms
Medicated dog shampoos take care of any type of skin problems your dog can suffer from. The most common and the most severe skin problems are fungal and yeast infection in dog.
Common signs of fungal, yeast, or bacterial infections:
Red, irritated or inflamed skin
Dry, patchy and flaky skin
Greasy, oily areas of skin
Skin scales white and flaky, or yellow and oily
When you see these symptoms, first think about contacting your vet, and second, think about Medicated or pharmaceutical dog shampoo.
DVM Pharmaceuticals Malaseb Dog Shampoo
This is hands down the best medicated dog shampoo in the market. It works wonders, against all type of bacterial infection your furry friend might suffer from. It works against Yeast infections, fungus, ringworm…you name it.
The cool thing about this shampoo, it goes out of it’s way and take care of the dandruff problem your pet might have, as it conditions the skin. the bad things about this product is that the price is really high compared to other dog shampoos, but it is worth investing in it. Likewise, it is just not all natural as I would like it to be. This is the type of shampoo to use if you really want to kill off parasites that are on your dog. It takes care of all dermatology problems including dry skin on dogs
This shampoo, also like the DVM Pharmaceuticals Malaseb shampoo, is one of the most trusted medicatd dog shampoo. Many vets often recommend it. It helps control the cutaneous disorders associated with pyoderma. Both the antibacterial and antifungal activities of the lipo-amino-acid complement those of chlorhexidine. The Lipacid also acts as a moisturizing and restructuring agent by allowing a lipo-protidic film to deposit on the skin. This long-lasting film resists rinsing, and thus protects the skin from irritations and loss of moisture.
The veterinarian’s recommendations should be observed. It is generally recommended to proceed to 2 or 3 shampoos weekly, during 3 to 4 weeks. Then the dosage can be reduced to one shampoo per week, until disappearance of the lesions.
In this Review, I don’t have many products to recommend because, these shampoos are the only one I trust will deliver for you. I am pretty sure they are many other medicated shampoos out there that can get the job done . Also, maybe your vet, can recommend you one a different shampoo than these two, in that case go with the vet recommendation