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Healers Cut and Wound Spray For Pets

$19.99

The ONLY Wound Care Product You’ll Ever Need Healers Wound Spray for Pets Veterinary Formulated by Dr. Eric Witherspoon, DVM The ONLY wound care product you ever need! A rapid-acting, easily...

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The ONLY Wound Care Product You’ll Ever Need

Healers Wound Spray for Pets

Veterinary Formulated by Dr. Eric Witherspoon, DVM The ONLY wound care product you ever need! A rapid-acting, easily applied, non-messy, and non-greasy healing solution that utilizes nature’s best remedies: tea tree oil, comfrey, myrrh, aloe vera, and goldenseal. Healers Cut and Wound Spray for Pets offers first aid treatment for open wounds, lacerations, cuts, mouth sores, punctures, abscesses, and other skin and underlying dermal tissues injuries. Its liquid form rapidly covers the impacted area without thickly coating like an ointment, a process that essentially slows healing by blocking rapid cell growth. Our solution does not occupy the space, enabling new tissue growth and promoting healing. Cut and Wound Spray for Pets works wonders on all types of skin injuries and, just as importantly, does not sting the animal in any way.

For Open Wounds, Punctures and Lacerations

  • Non-irritating and non-stinging
  • No alcohol
  • Nature’s best antiseptics
  • Nature’s most effective healing agents
  •  Rapid-acting
  • Can be used directly on open wounds
  • Promotes rapid healing
  • All natural

A rapid-acting, easily applied, non-messy, and non-greasy healing spray solution that utilizes nature’s best remedies.

Indications:

Animal Health Concern: wounds;allergy relief;

Ingredients:

Ingredients: Deionized Water, Tea Tree Oil, Comfrey, Myrrh, Goldenseal,Aloe Vera, Tween 20  

(solubilizing agent)

Directions:

Dosage: Before First Application, gently clean affected area, removing any dirt or material. Shake well and spray directly on affected areas or open wounds 2-3 times daily, coating area liberally. DO not spray directly into eyes. Area around the eyes and nose may be treated by spraying natural wound spray on a cotton ball and dabbing the affected area.