Vetruus Zincoseb Shampoo
Vetruus Zincoseb Shampoo is an antibacterial shampoo containing colloidal sulphur, zinc gluconate, salicylic acid, chlorhexidine digluconate, ethoxylated lanolin and coconut diethanolamide for cats and dogs.
It is supplied in 250ml bottles of shampoo.
We offer a range of delivery options:
Our standard delivery is free by Royal Mail 2nd Class - there are some exceptions and you can see these on our Delivery page. These include refridgerated items and aerosols which have to be sent via our Next Day Courier service.
We also offer delivery by Royal Mail 1st Class or a Next Day Courier service for a small fee (for items in stock ordered before 12pm Monday to Friday - excludes Saturday delivery).
Orders under £20 have a £2.50 handling fee automatically added.
Food deliveries weighing 2kg and over ordered before 12pm (Monday to Thursday) will be delivered next working day by courier - Monday to Friday - excludes Saturday delivery. Orders placed on a Friday, Saturday and Sunday will be delivered on a Tuesday. Orders weighing over 6kg are sent free.
For more information, view our Delivery and Returns page.
Feedback for Vetruus Zincoseb Shampoo has been compiled from 13 customer reviews
Early days of trial, but seems to be helping. I usually use malaseb, but costs a lot of money. And this seems to be doing the same job.
Smells lovely and mu dogs coat has never felt softer. She has a skin condition that makes her itch, I am hoping this will help her. It is quite expensive, even online.
Have switched from Malaseb shampoo to this and find it seems to work just as well. I would recommend this product.
We were using Malaseb for our itchy dog, but it needs to be left on for 10 minutes. Zincoseb has been working just as well and only needs to be left on for 5 minutes
Great product. It was recommended by my vet as an alternative to Malaseb. You don't need a prescription for Zincoseb, unlike Malaseb. It lathers better and you only have to leave it on for 5 minutes rather that 10. My dog has very itchy skin and is sensitive to many products. Malaseb was fine and so is Zincoseb.