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Vetericyn Wound And Skin Care Spray

  • Hydrogel » 250ml Spray £12.83
  • Regular » 120ml Spray £8.50
  • Regular » 250ml Spray £10.82
  • Regular » 500ml Spray £16.94
  • VF Hydrogel » 120ml Spray £14.20
  • VF Hydrogel » 500ml Spray £24.79
  • VF Wound & Skin Care » 500ml Spray £22.00

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Description

As the World's leading broad-spectrum, non-toxic antimicrobial, Vetericyn is an easy to use, all-in-one topical spray boasting instant relief for minor cuts, bruises, irritations, wounds and grazes. Available in either a Regular or Veterinary Formula (double strength) variety, this anti-bacterial and anti-fungal spray is certified for equine competitions, FEI and HRA compliant, pH neutral and clinically proven. Usually used on dogs and horses, but is regarded as safe for all animals.

Vetericyn Regular is suitable for smaller animals such as dogs, cats, parrots and lizards. Vetericyn VF (Veterinary Formula) is twice the strength of the Regular Formula so is for larger animals such as horses, cattle, pigs and dogs.

  • Vetericyn VF - Horses, cattle, pigs, dogs, cats & parrots
  • Vetericyn VF Hydrogel - All animals
  • Vetericyn Regular 250ml - Horses, dogs, cats & rabbits
  • Vetericyn Regular 500ml - Horses, parrots, dogs & cows

Directions for use

  • Shake well before using.
  • Move excess hair from wound area. Clip if necessary.
  • Adjust spray nozzle.
  • Saturate the affected area.
  • If dressing is required, saturate dressing with Vetericyn HydroGel at each dressing change.
  • Repeat 3-4 times per day until wound is healed.

No rinsing necessary. HydroGel is designed to stick to the site of application and evaporate slowly, no need to wipe away film or residue. Faster healing is achieved when wounds are cleaned and maintained moist. Safe for use around mouth, nose, ears and eyes.

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Questions & Answers for Vetericyn Wound And Skin Care Spray

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Can it be used for a puncture wound my dog was bitten ?

10th Jul 2015
Janine aitken

My dog has a puncture wound after bein bitten can the spray be used to prevent infection ?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

This product is useful immediately after a bite has been sustained, but it is less effective on older wounds and is of very little use once a wound has scabbed over and appears dry on the surface. It might be too late for this particular bite wound. Bathing in dilute salt water (1 teaspoon to a pint) is quite helpful immediately after a bite has been received. If a wound fails to seal over with a dry scab, then the Vetericyn can help, but your vet might need to provide antibiotics too. Deep puncture wounds and any bite wounds over the chest or abdomen are best treated by your vet in any case, to help prevent possible complications.

Hotspot in dog

26th Jan 2015
Pamela Hoskins
  • VioVet Customer Since: October 2012
  • From: Lincolnshire, United Kingdom

Can I use the vf for hotspots in a mastiff

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Yes this can be used on hot spots. It is important to clean away any discharge and debris on the surface of the skin as well. If it is very itchy, you will need to try and prevent any excessive chewing or scratching at the area as this makes it much worse.

Vf or regular formula

15th Dec 2014
Mark Henderson
  • VioVet Customer Since: December 2014
  • From: Northumberland, United Kingdom

Would it cause any problems using vf strength on smaller breed dog than regular strength

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

This should not cause trouble, but you should only apply a small amount at a time.