|08-19-2014 05:45 PM|
Very good and worked well for me:
Veterinary Formula Clinical Care Antiseptic & Antifungal Medicated Shampoo with Benzethonium Chloride & Ketaconazole – 17 fl. oz. | SynergyLabs
For itch relief:
|08-19-2014 05:39 PM|
|wolfy dog||Did you try to find the cause of the yeast infections? Shampoos seem to be mainly "band aids" and may not address the root of the problem.|
|08-19-2014 10:27 AM|
Mane n Tail protect , anti microbial , anti fungal, anti bacterial .
Selsun Blue fortified , Head and Shoulders
Pro-Tect Antimicrobial Medicated Shampoo - From Mane 'n Tail
not for puppies not for cats , safe for dogs
|08-19-2014 10:23 AM|
For a fungal infection, I would get a bottle of Ketachlor (or equivalent) shampoo from the vet. It works, but it requires an RX. The active ingredients are chlorhexidine gluconate and ketoconazole. We use a lot of it in our rescue for dogs who have yeasty gross skin when they come out of a shelter.
KetoChlor Medicated Shampoo for Dogs, Cats and Horses Virbac (Equine Pharmacy (Rx) - Ear, Eye Skin
I've also heard good things about Malaseb (non-prescription):
Malaseb Shampoo Bayer (Grooming - Shampoos Conditioners - Medicated)
ETA: Also, is your dog getting any coconut oil as a food supplement? (Organic, cold-pressed, extra-virgin, hexane-free CO is a great skin supplement--supportive against systemic yeast. There are lots of threads on it.)
|08-19-2014 10:18 AM|
|Bridget||Wow, thanks for the advice about the oatmeal; I didn't know that and have always used the oatmeal shampoo on Heidi. Maybe that is why her yeast infections keep recurring! I always get such great advice here.|
|08-19-2014 08:38 AM|
LUSH Seanik Shampoo Bar | Beautylish
We use this, its incredible how shiny they turn out
|08-19-2014 08:30 AM|
Don't use oatmeal shampoos, they can feed yeasty skin.
Try maybe doing a rinse, 1 cup ACV with 1 gallon water. Doesn't need to be rinsed
|08-18-2014 10:03 AM|
|hunterisgreat||I use human shampoo|
|08-18-2014 09:45 AM|
I use Earthbath shampoo for all my dogs. Heidi has a recurring fungal infection on her throat that I just noticed has cropped up again. I have shampoo with aloe and oatmeal, which is what I normally use on her. I also have the tea tree oil variety that is specifically recommended for the hot spots our lab gets. Which would be better for Heidi right now? Thanks.