I gave Vectra 3D to my 9 year old Shih Tzu Sunday. This was the second month I gave it to her. The first month she was very itchy but as soon as I gave her a batch she seemed okay. She started to become itchy again after the application on Sunday and I gave her a bath after 4 hours. She was seemed to be okay but when I got home from work on Monday she was favoring her behind and couldn't get comfortable. I had to hold her and rub her bottom for her to calm down. Tuesday morning she would not stop whining and was very uncomfortable. Brought her to the vet and she is now on benedryl. Still very agitated and restless. How long will this take to get out of her system. I will report this to the company. Vet refunded me for the Vectra and told me not to use it again.View Thread
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