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Entederm Topical Ointment is a prescription antibiotic ointment commonly indicated to treat ear infections in dogs and cats and also be prescribed as a pet antifungal. Otitis infections in pets are common and Entederm is effective plus for yeast (candida) infection treatment and anal gland infections in dogs. Entederm eliminates the bacteria or fungus causing the infections as well as providing local relief of inflammation, and Entederm may also be used as an interdigital cyst treatment for cats.
You can buy Entederm with a prescription, and your best Entederm topical ointment price on it will be when you order pet medication online from Canada Pharmacy.
Application dosage for Entederm ointment for dogs and cats will be based on size of animal and severity of infection. Dosage guidelines will be shown in your prescription. Application can be as frequently as 1-3x daily or as infrequently as 1x weekly.
It is best to wear gloves and wash hands after application
The active ingredients in Entederm are nystatin, neomycin, thiostrepton, and triamcinolone
For animal use only
Do not apply Entederm to an animal with a ruptured tympanic membrane
Never exceed dosage guidelines. If infection does not clear stop using pet antibiotic ear ointment and speak with your veterinarian again.
Do not store medication about 86 degrees Fahrenheit
There are no indicated drug interactions between Entederm topical ointment for dogs and other pet Rx medications, but you should always inform your veterinarian of all medications your pet is currently taking before getting a prescription and proceeding to buy Entederm topical ointment online.
Side effects from using Entederm for pet infections may occur, and some animals may have vomiting or diarrhea. Temporary hearing loss may occur but is extremely rare. If side effects are seen you may want to discontinue use and talk to your veterinarian again regarding dog and cat ear infection treatment options.