An all-natural wound treatment for dogs, horses, cats, other animals and people, Vet Aid helps protect against infection while it nourishes and encourages the growth of healthy cells. Applying Vet Aid spray or foam on wounds leads to faster healing. Its patented solution cleans and heals wounds without antiseptics and disinfectants.
Should I Get Spray or Foam?
Vet-Aid Spray can be applied, and then wrapped with bandages or left open for wounds to heal. It can also be used on open draining wounds and on or around mucous membranes, including but not limited to lesions in the mouth, nose, eyes and genital areas.
Vet-Aid Foam can also be used under bandages or left open, but shouldn’t be used on mucous membranes. Its intended use is for wounds that are further along in the healing process (i.e., dry, not oozing wounds). This product can be used with the spray or by itself after the wound has progressed into the granulation phase.
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Vet Aid FAQ
- Is Vet Aid just for dogs?
- Absolutely not! The spray and the foam, can be used for people and pets. And those “pets” can be large animals (horses, cows, pigs, etc.), or small animals (dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, etc.).
- What happens if I use the “wrong” product?
- Nothing. Both the spray and the foam have the same main ingredients. The spray usually works best for moist wounds, and the foam for dry issues.
- How often do I need to apply Vet Aid spray or foam?
- We suggest 2-4 times a day, but more often is okay. What you’re doing with Vet Aid wound treatment is providing a clean environment, and encouraging healing with nutrients. Too much is not possible.
- My dog/cat licks. What happens if he licks a wound treated with Vet Aid wound care spray or foam?
- Nothing! There are no harmful chemicals, and nothing unsafe in either the spray or foam. Any animal can lick it off and not cause any harm. Reapply as needed. If the wound is to the foot, apply Vet Aid then cover it with a breathable Power Paws sock!