Vetericyn wound and skin care for dogs
Cesar always makes sure he has Vetericyn on hand in case any of his dogs get hurt, and he's excited to offer Vetericyn products for the care of your dog. From your home to the dog park or on vacation, Vetericyn makes caring for your dog’s topical wounds and infections simple and easy. Vetericyn products are non-toxic and will not sting when applied, plus, there is no rinsing or messy clean-up. Just spray Vetericyn on the wound, site of infection, or irritation.
Vetericyn animal wellness products are innovative topical solutions for the care of wounds and irritations caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi or spores. This steroid-free, antibiotic-free, no-rinse solution is non-toxic. Made up of compounds similar to those produced by the dog’s own immune system, Vetericyn will not harm healthy tissue. Vetericyn products are manufactured within an appropriate physiological pH range so they will not sting when applied. This product, in solution, kills 99.999% of bacteria, viruses, fungi and spores including E.coli, Staph (MRSA), Strep, Moraxella bovis, Pasteurella, Actinomyces and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. This easy to apply, safe product makes caring for your dog’s wounds or irritations easy.
- Use for:
- Skin rashes
- Hot spots
- Irritated skin
- Product features:
- In solution kills 99.999% of most bacteria, fungi, viruses and spores (including MRSA, VRE, E. Coli, Strep, Staph, Pseudomonas) in just 30 seconds
- Aids in speeding the healing process
- Steroid-free, antibiotic-free, no alcohols or tea tree oil
- Does not sting
- Reduces irritation
- Will not stain surfaces after application to animal (skin, hair, fabric, furniture, or equipment)
- No rinsing required
For more information, visit www.vetericyn.com
Mr. Bo: Eye care—maintenance, eye staining, and drainage
“We started using Vetericyn when Mr. Bo was 3 ½ months old after trying other products with little or no results." Read the case study.
Armstrong: Punctured lower leg wound and eye laceration
“Deep puncture in lower leg and eye laceration due to being attacked by a pack of dogs. Applied Vetericyn directly to wound sites during each bandage change (minimum 1x a week).” Read the case study.