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Wound Gard for Dogs

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Wound Gard Dogs

Pack Size
50 Ml

Wound Gard

Wound Gard is a wonderful wound repair formula for faster and better healing. The anti-fungal spray aids in the thorough treatment of wounds, cuts, abrasions, and other skin-related conditions. The antiseptic formulation prevents wound infection and aids in the faster healing process. With the bitterant agent, the spray aids in controlling self-mutilation and prevents further wound infections in dogs. Moreover, wound gard is an easy-to-use spray bottle and is safe for dogs and puppies.

Wound Gard - How it works?

Wound-Gard is an effective topical solution made with key ingredients such as Chlorhexidine (di)gluconate, Denatonium benzoate, Eucalyptus oil, Menthol, and Phenoxyethanol. All these active ingredients help in healing cuts and wounds quickly and prevents it from further damages. This spray also has properties present in it that helps in restoring your pet’s total health.

Direction for use
  • Shake the bottle well before using.
  • Remove the cap and spray on the wounded areas.
  • Spray three times a day on the infected areas or according to your vet’s directions.
  • Three to four pumps per 2 cm length of wound is the standard dose.
  • Use rubber gloves while applying this topical solution.
Key Benefits
  • Wonderful wound repair formula for dogs
  • Treats wounds, cuts, abrasions effectively
  • Aids in faster healing of wounds
  • Effectively prevents further wound infections
  • Easy to use spray
  • Safe for dogs and puppies
  • Keep the spray away from pets and kids.
  • Store spray in a cool and dry place, and away from direct sunlight.
  • Avoid direct contact with the eyes.
  • For animal use only.
Chlorhexidine (di)gluconate, Denatonium benzoate, Eucalyptus oil, Menthol, and Phenoxyethanol
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I bought this to spray on my dog's butt during the epic flea wars of 2014. She's a wriggler but after a few hours of chasing I finally bundled her into a headlock & managed to spray it on her. She spent the next few hours licking it, pulling a face, forgetting, licking it, pulling a face, etc. It did clear up in a few days so I'm calling this a win. She's a huge licker, can't stop her. It's anxiety thing. Occasionally I spray it on my feet to get her to stop licking me there. It works.

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