Sergeant's SentryHC PetRelief Hydrocortisone Spray for Dogs and Cats is a topical spray that provides temporary relief of itching caused by rashes, inflammation, or minor skin irritations. Use this spray 2-3 times a day for up to 10 days and the anti-inflammatory properties of hydrocortisone and soothing and drying action of Petrelief Anti-Itch Spray help treat your pet's hot spot. Sergeant's SentryHC PetRelief Hydrocortisone Spray is ideal for dogs and cats that are 12 weeks old or more.
- Temporary relief of itching related to skin irritations, rashes, and inflammation
- Safe for dogs, cats, and horses
- Hydrocortisone reduces inflammation
- Soothes and drys
Signs: Recommended for animals with “hot spots”, rashes and inflammation. Use of Petrelief Hydrocortisone Spray should be limited to more severe and troublesome cases. Do not use where infection (pus) is present, since the drug may allow infection to spread.
Directions for use: Hold spray 6-8 inches from affected area and apply directly. Apply 2-3 times per day, not to exceed 10 consecutive days. Use regular Petrelief Hydrocortisone Spray between applications to provide continuous relief. Discontinue use should symptoms persist, consult a veterinarian.
ACTIVE INGREDIENT: Hydrocortisone USP 0.5% w/w.
OTHER INGREDIENT: Propylene Glycol, Denatured Alcohol. Hamamelis Extract, Lactic Acid, Chloroaxylenol, Menthol, and FD&C Blue #1.
About Sergeants: Sergeant’s Pet Care Products, Inc. is one of America’s oldest and most respected manufacturers and marketers of pet supplies. A brand icon for more than 100 years, Sergeant’s has earned the trust of pet lovers and is now one of the most widely recognized brand names in the pet supplies industry. Founded in 1868 in Richmond, Virginia, Sergeant’s has been based in Omaha, Nebraska since 1989.In over 140 years, Sergeant’s has grown from one man’s dedication to his own pets to become the best-loved brand of pet care products in America. Here’s how it happened. Our roots go all the way back to Polk Miller, a pharmacist and pet lover who started by formulating health care products for his own dogs in 1868. When Mr. Miller began to sell the products from his drug store, he named them after one of his favorite dogs, Sergeant.