ITCH NO MORE- salicylic acid shampoo
Happy Jack Inc
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STOPS ITCHING, SCRATCHING & KNAWING WITH FIRST APPLICATION
EXCELLENT for generalized or localized skin conditions such as moist or dry patches of skin, and in the control of scaling and odor. Also excellent to reduce irritation and scratching caused by flea bites. Soothes and deodorizes immediately. Will not stain light-coated animals.
Wet coat thoroughly. Starting with pet’s head and neck (avoid contact with eyes), and working back to the tail, apply sufficient shampoo to create a rich lather. Allow to stand for 3 to 5 minutes before rinsing. Rinse thoroughly and repeat if necessary. Frequency of use of itch No More Shampoo is dependent upon severity of condition – from once daily to once every 1 to 2 weeks.
NOT FOR USE ON CATS. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
Refined Tar Solution, Sulfur, Salicylic Acid, Coat Conditioners, pH adjusted.
HAPPY JACK, INC.
POB 475/2122 Highway 258S.
Snow Hill, NC 28580
Made in the U.S.A.
“Ask for Happy Jack®…Your Dog Would!”
0 23851 01367 8
Happy Jack Products No.1367
Itch No More
For Dogs & Puppies
with Problem Skin
Provides Relief for Flea Bites & Other
Non-Specific Skin Irritations. Eliminates
Doggy Odor & Leaves a Pleasant Fragrance.
Net Contents: 12 fl. oz (355 mL)
| ITCH NO MORE |
salicylic acid shampoo
|Labeler — Happy Jack Inc (003189354)|
|Diversified Manufacturing Corp||080569998||MANUFACTURE|
|SALICYLATES & CHEMICALS PRIVATE LIMITED||650673932||API MANUFACTURE|
Revised: 11/2019 Happy Jack Inc
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