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Wound-Gard: Quick Reference Guide

Species: Cats, Dogs

Ranges: Dermatology

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INDICATIONS

An aid in the treatment of dogs’ and cats’ wounds, helping prevent infection and self-mutilation

Antiseptic and Antifungal Activity - Treats and prevents wounds from infection, so wound healing can occur.

Bittering Agent - The strongly bitter taste is formulated to dissuade the animal from licking the wound and biting at sutures. The wound is left alone by the animal and heals over a shorter period of time.

Mild Local Anaesthetic - Further prevents self-mutilation and encourages normal wound healing.

Spray Bottle - Safe to use on wounds and is easily applied by the owner. Great product for clients to have in their animal’s First Aid Kit.

RECOMMENDED FOR

  • Dogs and cats with wounds, particularly where protection of sutures is important or where infection is a possibility.
  • Dogs and cats with eczema, dermatoses or granuloma.

COMPOSITION

Chlorhexidine Gluconate 10 g/L
Menthol 5 g/L
Denatonium Benzoate 200 mg/L
Phenoxyethanol 20 mL/L
Eucalyptus Oil 10 mL/L

 

PRESENTATION

50mL

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

  1. Shake bottle well before use.
  2. Apply liberally to the affected area 3 times per day. As a guide, spray 3–4 pumps per 2cm length of wound.

 

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