The loyalty and unconditional love that human beings receive from pet dogs is incomparable. A dog will use its protective instincts to risk its life for the sake of its owner. You can’t help but do everything in your power to ensure the dog receives the best care. Apart from the usual veterinarian visits, bathing, grooming, food and shelter, every dog owner needs to know some basic survival skills that will give their dogs comfort and even save their lives without visiting a veterinarian.
Sources of Dog Wounds
Despite the good intentions of a dog owner, certain life-threatening issues may arise, just like in our own lives. For example, say they are playing outside at a dog park with other dogs, they accidently take things too far and get scratched. Further, the chances of the dog contracting fleas and heartworms are also high especially if it mingles with infected dogs in public areas such as recreational parks. In such cases, you need to be armed with tools that will give your dog immediate relief.
Dog Wound Care Tips
Vet Aid’s Animal Wound Care Spray is the best option for wound-related problems. For example, if your dog gets scratched during grooming or gets bruised during exercising and socializing, this sterile and fragrance-free wound care solution will give it immediate comfort. It has a balanced PH and natural enzymes that fastens the healing rate of the affected area.
Directions for Application for Spray
Spray the product directly to the affected area every five hours. This interval translates to about 4-5 times a day. Let the solution be absorbed into the skin instead of wiping it off.
From time to time your dog may get uncomfortable due to insect bites, sunburns, and skin rashes. In such instances we recommend Vet Aid’s Animal Wound Care Foam. This derma foam will provide a natural liquid bandage around the injured tissues. In this regard, the healing of the affected pet will be much faster. Even as the affected area goes through the healing process, the foam will give the dog immediate relief from skin irritations. In the end, there will be a robust, supple skin in place of the bitten or sunburned patch.
Directions for Application for Foam
Use your fingers to rub the foam on the affected areas of the dog. You should repeat the process 3-5 times a day.
Vet Aid’s Animal Wound Care Spray and Vet Aid’s Animal Wound Care Foam give you total control over your dog’s care requirements when minor accidents may arise. With these two treatment products, you will save a lot of time and resources making regular visits to the veterinarian. Further, the dog will develop a more strong bond with you knowing that you are the source of its comfort in times when pain and stress. However, if the wound is a lot more serious always consult with your veterinarian.