Healthy, active dogs will often get small wounds, cuts and bruises from exploring the neighborhood as dogs like to do, fighting with other animals, or even just playing with other dogs or cats.
Although this is a common problem, it makes sense to take care of these small cuts before they get infected and turn into much bigger issues that result in an expensive trip to the vet.
Traditional medical treatments contain harsh chemicals and anti-biotics that may affect your dog’s immune system over time or even make them sick from being licked off.
What is the best way to treat small cuts and wounds on dogs?
One of the best treatments for small cuts and wounds on dogs is called Canine First Aid Spray by Pet Wellbeing. It works in a similar fashion to the first aid sprays that we use on small children, lightly covering the wound with a protective coating, and making it feel better.
An all-natural herbal formula, Canine First Aid Spray is completely safe and non-toxic so your dog will not get sick from licking it off. However, it is highly effective in treating minor cuts, bruises, and wounds on dogs. The spray has the following qualities:
• Anti-fungal, anti-bacterial
• Prevents infection
• Repels insects
• Speeds healing
• Reduces pain
• Non-toxic, no harsh chemicals
How to use Canine First Aid Spray?
Do not overspray, follow the directions on the bottle. The spray will coat the wound with a protective coating, while decreasing the pain and irritation.
The spray will take about 1 to 2 days to see results. The wound will heal cleanly, while causing less pain to your dog. This will mean that your dog will be less likely to further irritate the cut.
The spray will keep flies and pests away from the cut as well. The Canine First Aid Spray’s soothing aloe vera, plus a carefully-formulated blend of germ-fighting herbs will help your dog heal fast.