Regular price
Sale price
Regular price
Sold out
Unit price
Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.

Quit-Itch Antiseptic & Anti-Fungal Lotion works as a broad spectrum antiseptic skin treatment for skin care of dogs, cats and horses. Quit-Itch aids in the treatment of Eczema, Ringworm, Fungal Infections, Cuts, Burns, Qld Itch, Girth Itch and Greasy Heel. Quit-Itch lotion is a proven and trusted antiseptic bactericide and fungicide for treating various skin conditions on Dogs, Cats and Horses.

  • A broad spectrum antiseptic skin care and anti-fungal wash for dogs, cats and horses.
  • Active ingredients: 5g/L Povidone-Iodine, 6g/L Iodophor (Equivalent to 0.75% available Iodine).
  • Aids in the treatment of Eczema, non-specific Dermatoses and Fungal Infections including Ringworm (Microsporum spp and Trichophyton spp).
  • Also suitable for lacerations, wire cuts, burns, abrasions and other superficial animal wounds.
  • For horses, it acts as an aid in the treatment of Queensland Itch, Saddle Acne, Girth Itch and Greasy Heel.
  • Available in 250ml, 500ml and 1L bottles.

Directions For Use

  • Simply wet the animals coat with water and apply Quit-Itch as per the directions on the bottle.
  • For wounds: As an emergency treatment for lacerations, abrasions, wire cuts and burns. Dab the wound with cotton wool or gauze soaked with undiluted QUIT-ITCH. Repeat daily for 3-4 days.
  • For skin diseases: Clean effected area with a solution of 1 part of Quit-Itch to 20 parts warm water. Towel dry and apply undiluted Quit-Itch liberally to the effected areas. Repeat daily for 3-4 days.
  • All over shampoo: Fungal ringworm and Eczema spread rapidly and in both instances animals should be thoroughly washed all over to prevent spread of infection. Use a solution of 1 part Quit-Itch to 20 parts warm water. Rub well into the coat and allow the foam to remain for 5 minutes. Rinse, dry and apply undiluted Quit-Itch to infected and surrounding areas.
  • Environmental exposure: horses that have been in contact or have used the same equipment as an infected horse should also be thoroughly shampooed with diluted Quit-Itch daily until the infection is cleared from the stable. This also applies to dogs kept in kennels.
  • Greasy heel in horses: Most importantly, remove scabs that are indicative of infected heels. Use a solution of 1 part Quit-Itch to 20 parts of warm water. Rub vigorously to soften and remove scabs. Thoroughly dry and rub undiluted Quit-Itch into effected areas twice daily until heels are completely free of infection.


Quit-Itch aids in the treatment of:

  • Eczema,
  • Dermatoses,
  • Fungal infections (including ringworm),
  • Lacerations,
  • Wire cuts,
  • Burns, and
  • Abrasions and other superficial animal wounds.

In horses, Quit-Itch also aids in the treatment of:

  • Queensland Itch,
  • Girth Itch, and
  • Greasy Heel.

Safety Information

  • For animal treatment only.
  • Acceptable for cats over 12 weeks of age.
  • Do not use on kittens under 12 weeks.