PetAlive Wound Dr. is a natural canine and feline burn treatment, relieves wounds, burns and scorpion stings in dogs and cats.
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Use PetAlive Wound Dr to:
1.Treat and protect small wounds and stings.
2.Relieve pain caused by skin conditions and minor injuries.
3.Prevent infection of wounds and cuts on the skin.
4.Encourage healing of wounds.
5.Reduce inflammation and soothe insect stings.
6.Treat the symptoms of poison ivy.
Minor injuries in pets
Both dogs and cats often fall victim to minor cuts, scrapes, bites and stings - especially those with outdoor lifestyles and adventurous natures! Cuts and scrapes, abrasions, insect bites, fights with other animals - all can result in a miserable pet with consequent risk of infection. Like people, animals can also suffer from allergies and reactions to plants like Poison Ivy and Poison Oak. Most of these little injuries heal fairly quickly on their own and without long-term adverse effects, especially in healthy pets with strong immune systems. However, the immediate pain, discomfort and swelling can be unpleasant and debilitating for your pet and it is important to care for these wounds appropriately. Also, there may be a high risk of infection in otherwise minor wounds if they are not properly cared for.
How can natural remedies help?
Because of the risk of infection, pet wounds are often treated with antibiotics - taken internally or applied as a cream to the skin. They may also be treated with topical corticosteroid creams. While these can be effective in the short term, many holistic vets believe that they may also compromise your pet's health by affecting immune functioning. Topical antibiotic, corticosteroid and antiseptic creams are also often licked off by pets and can contain substances that may not be good for them to ingest.
Certain herbs and homeopathic ingredients are excellent for soothing pain and reducing swelling of wounds, bites, insect stings and other minor injuries and skin allergies. Gentle promotion of natural healing, as well as prevention of infection- without antibiotics - has been practiced by herbalists for thousands of years and can be of great benefit to your pet.
What is PetAlive Wound Dr.?
PetAlive has brought together the best of herbal and homeopathic ingredients - known for their effectiveness in treating abrasions, cuts, burns, bites, insect stings and skin allergies.
Wound Dr. contains a blend of natural, healing and cleansing ingredients in an herbal cream and will promote healing and prevent infection, as well as soothe the affected area and reduce swelling, pain or itching.
What are the PetAlive Wound Dr Ingredients?
PetAlive Wound Dr. contains the following 100% natural, herbal ingredients in an aqueous cream base:
Our products contain no animal products, gluten, artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. Manufactured according to the highest pharmaceutical standards. Individual ingredients are well-researched and are natural, safe and effective.
How do I use PetAlive Wound Dr.?
Wound Dr. cream comes in a 25 ml tube.
After cleansing, apply to affected area three times daily. Cleansing with PetAlive Clenzor is recommended.
In the case of insect stings or contact with poison ivy, please seek medical treatment if there is any swelling of the mouth or tongue or if your pet appears to have any difficulty breathing.
NOTE: For external use only. Please consult your veterinarian should symptoms persist. May be used together with PetAlive Immunity and Liver Support for natural antibiotic action.
How long until I see results?
Soothing effects will be immediate. With regular use over several days, condition of the skin will improve and healing of the wound will take place. Try and begin treating your pet as soon as possible as the sooner that cleansing and treatment begin, the quicker and more effective the healing process will be.
Disclaimer:: The information on this website is intended for educational purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure and is not a substitute for a professional consultation with a medical or health professional. Do not make any changes or additions to your prescription medicine without first consulting your doctor. Should symptoms persist, please consult your doctor.
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