Dogs are known to be very active animals. This makes injuries inevitable. This can come from a wide range of activities such as hunting, digging, playing, and even territorial fights with other dogs. Some dog owners choose to keep their dogs indoors at home in an attempt to prevent these kind of accidents from happening but you may be depriving your dog the needed mental and physical stimulation that is recommended. However, you do not need to go that far. Let your dog outside and allow them to be free. In the event that they do get a wound, you want to be prepared to use the right product on their wounds.

First and most important thing to do in this case is to clean the wound. This can be done with clean water from a hose or a sink if the dog is small enough to fit. Dry the wound with a clean cloth and apply Vet Aid’s Animal Wound Care Spray. Do not bandage the wound. Dogs do not like to be bandaged. They view the bandage as a foreign object. They always, if not well out of their reach, end up ripping it off which could cause a bigger or deeper injury to your pet.

If the wound is too deep and requires stitching, take the dog to the vet immediately after cleaning. However, if it’s a surface open wound, just apply Vet Aid’s Animal Wound Care Spray about three to five times in a day for a couple of days. This can be done using a smooth cloth or your fingertips gently. Keep watch of the dog during the healing process to avoid contamination. You can achieve this by walking your dog for the recommended exercise as well as cleaning its sleeping area and the wounds frequently as expected.

Vet Aid’s Animal Wound Care Spray is a natural antibacterial foam that covers the open wound by protecting it from further if any, infections. This stimulates a favorable environment for the healing process to occur well. This foam contains special ingredients such as the sea salt and sea kelp which contain the required minerals for the rejuvenation of the skin, and the lysozyme whose function is to completely kill all the bacteria on the wound. This ensures that the skin rejuvenates stronger and healthier than before.

Before using any form of medication on your dog, it is essential to have a clear knowledge of your dogs’ allergies as well as the ingredients of the medication you are using, however mild the problem might be. This can only be achieved with frequent visits to the vet for a checkup as well as keeping a close watch on the main dishes your dog eats in your house.

If the wound does not heal after a couple of days of applying the wound care foam, you should visit the vet for a further check-up. This will help to prevent any possible damage on your dog’s affected area since some wounds though surface, may be quite critical.