In the summer of 1994, the owners of NaturVet adopted a white Labrador Retriever named Winston, who was diagnosed with arthritis and hip dysplasia. And while the vets said Winston couldn’t be helped, they knew giving up on Winston was never an option. So with that, they began researching alternative medicines with the help of a holistic doctor.
In just a few months, they developed a natural joint formula that allowed Winston to enjoy 10 happy years of swimming and playing with his brothers. And since they knew there were many more pets like Winston who could benefit from natural pet supplements, NaturVet was born.
They have spent over 20 years making natural products that give pets a superior quality of life, and they are FDA-regulated, and they also get audited by a third party to ensure the utmost safety and quality. Their labels carry the National Animal Supplement Council Seal, which proudly offers a symbol of quality assurance. At NaturVet, the idea is to address the cause, and not the symptom, and it’s all for the health of pets.
N-Alkyl (50% C14, 40% C12, 10% C16), Dimenthyl Benzyl Ammonium Chloride 1.06%, Cetyl Trimethyl Ammonium Bromide 0.20%, Ethanol 0.20% In A Compatible Surfactant Base.
Shake Well Before Each Use.
Wet animal thoroughly and apply sufficient Skin Care Bath to lather well (Apply straight or dilute with one or two parts water, depending on length and density of coat).
Massage in well.
Allow ten minutes contact time and rinse completely.
Repeat bathing semi-weekly or weekly, and apply Septiderm-V Skin Care Lotion to hot spots or sores daily according to directions until conditions are under control.
For Routine and Grooming Use:
Apply as directed above except contact time may be shortened. Bathe monthly or as needed.
For external use only. Keep out of reach of children.
If your furry friend is using a topical flea and tick treatment, please remember to follow the bathing instructions on the flea and tick packaging. Each treatment works differently and may require different wait times before water exposure.