Another DERMACTON success story!



Poor Dog Ipsie - an Australian Shepherd Mix - suffered from a thoroughly savaged back due to constant itching and scratching leaving her a bloody, scabby mess that never healed and showed significant hair loss due to her condition. Her owner Greg found Dermacton on the Internet and was skeptical at the claims but so desperate he decided to give it a go. Both he and Ipsie were in major distress and we are happy to say the treat was a complete success! To read Ipsie's entire story submitted by her owner Greg, and to see more pictures - read the Dermacton testimonials HERE...



We can fully understand why people would be skeptical of these claims, and we stand by the superior healing properties of these all natural canine healing products imported from the manufacturer in England. Yes, there are many, many scams out there on the Internet, and those scammers simply want a way to get you to part with your money and would never offer the money back guarantee that we do. We are the sole distributors of these products in the USA and we stand behind our product line and rely on regular people just like you to help us spread the word. Thank you for all of your support and loyalty!

Comments

Wes said…
Holy hound dog! Those pic on the website are unbelievable
Marcus said…
I wish the company had a stock offering because I would be IN headfirst!!! You have no idea how many things we've tried that didn't work and then we found Dermacton and it shocked us how quick the relief was to Jet our Lab not to mention the very low cost of treatment. I would hate to add up all the money spent trying to cure Jets skin conditon & itching over the last 2 years. Thanks for everything!!! Marcus Miami, FL
Marissa said…
Unreal. That poor dog. I've never seen anything like that. My dog gets a hot spot every now and again but nothing like this. The whole story on the testimonial page is nothing short of incredible.

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