Wound-Gard for cats is an effective
anti-septic spray that helps wounds to heal
quicker. The bitter taste acts as a
deterrant from licking or biting, encouraging
wounds (including post-surgical wounds) to
The liquid formulation comes in a spray
bottle that's easy to administer, and its
antiseptic solution also promotes
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Wound-gard spray for cats is a topical anti-septic bitterant spray that is used to treat a wide range of wounds, including post-surgical wounds.
Because of its bitter taste, it deters your cat from licking or biting its wounds, causing further damage to the skin and coat.
Wound-gard will encourage quicker healing times when your cat is suffering from a wound, meaning a quicker recovery times back
to full health.
As it contains an effective antiseptic solution, it will disinfect wounds to promote fast healing.
Woundgard comes in a handy spray bottle that's simple and quick to use.
Administering Wound-Gard to cats in order to treat wounds is quick and easy. To treat, follow the simple steps below:
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Wound-gard for cats should be sprayed
liberally to the wound or affected area three
times per day or as directed by your vet.
The treatment should be kept in a cool
place, preferably below 30 degrees
The product is not harmful and presents no
hazards in normal use. Although it is
believed to be mildly irritating to skin,
this is unlikely to cause anything more than
minor transient discomfort.
Wound-Gard is an antiseptic and bitterant
spray for cats, containing 200mg/L Denatonium
Benzoate, 10g/L Chlorhexidine Gluconate,
20ml/L Phenoxyethanol, 10ml/L Eucalyptus Oil
and 5g/L Menthol.
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