Paw Skin Fixx - Topical Spray

Cuts, Scrapes & Hot Spots!
Ideal for use on cuts and scrapes on dogs, and is particularly helpful on "hot spots".  Simply spray the affected area and the antiseptic ingredients quickly disinfect the area while the soothing qualities of tea tree and other essential oils immediately go to work. Also, helps for hair loss problems

Product Description

 Cuts, Scrapes & Hot Spots! 

Paw's Skin Fixx is ideal for use on cuts and scrapes on dogs, and is particularly helpful on "hot spots".

Simply spray the affected area and the antiseptic ingredients quickly disinfect the area while the soothing qualities of tea tree and other essential oils immediately go to work.

An added benefit: your dog will smell better too!

Ingredients

Got Ticks?  Not anymore!  Simply spray the tick directly with Paw's Skin Fixx and wait a few minutes.  The tick will either back out on its own or will readily "pluck" right off your dog!

Sore muscles on your hunting or working dog?  Spray Paw's Skin Fixx on your dogs joints and hip areas as an invigorating brace!  The menthol in the formula eases tired muscles and invigorates your dog after a long day hunting or working.  An added benefit: your dog will smell better too!

 

Paw's Skin Fixx has been proven effective on the following conditions:

  • Effective in treating & clearing up rain rot
  • Effective on fungus
  • Effective as an antiseptic for treating wounds, cuts and scrapes
  • Soothing conditioner for skin irritations due to bug bites or allergiesl
  • Effective in fighting Thrush and White Line Disease 
  • Effective on Abscesses
  • Effective as a hoof dressing and conditioner
  • Helps Brittle Wall, Nail Holes, Cracks & Chips
  • Aids in regrowth of hair, mane and tail

Paw's Skin Salve

Product Description

Vet Aid Spray is a sterile sea salt and lysozyme formula that is delivered in a spray container. The state of the art bag in the can system keeps the spray sterile from the first application to the last.
 
This spray can be applied, and then wrapped under bandages or left open for wounds to heal by second intension. 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.
 

Ingredients

 

Vet Aid is a very effective all natural wound care product that is revolutionizing the face of Veterinary Medicine.

Vet Aid’s patented Sea Salt and Lysozyme formula cleans and heals wounds, and prevents and treats infections.

Lysozyme is a natural protein that is part of every animal’s innate immune system, this protein has antibiotic properties. The lysozyme works synergistically with the sea salts many elements and minerals to accelerate the healing process.

 

“Vet Aid is an amazing product and I recommend to all of my clients as the first product to reach for when dealing with any injury or infection that affects the skin.”
-Equine veterinarian Martine Rodgers DVM, MS 
These products can be used for many conditions including but not limited to:
 
  • Cuts
  • Scrapes
  • Burns
  • Surgical incisions, and post operative infections
  • Skin infections, including pyoderma and hot spots
  • Sun burn and insect bites
  • Any wound that breaks and involves the skin and mucous membranes
“I have used Vet Aid for many skin lesions from hot spots to burns, lacerations and surgical sites.  It sped up the healing process by a t least 3-4 days in most cases if not more.  I love the fact that it is easy to use and the animals tolerate it extremely well.  My clients also loved the product and several came back and got more to keep around for unexpected emergencies.   I highly recommend Vet Aid no matter how large or small the problem is.”
-Small animal veterinarian Cherry Douglas DVM

Vet-Aid Sea Salt Wound Care Foam

Vet Aid Foam is an intriguing formulation that also has a coral reef sea salt and lysozyme as a base, but it also contains a silicone ingredient that creates a protective coating over more mature wounds to help protect as it accelerates healing.
This product 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.

Product Description

 Vet Aid Foam is an intriguing formulation that also has a coral reef sea salt and lysozyme as a base, but it also contains a silicone ingredient that creates a protective coating over more mature wounds to help protect as it accelerates healing.

This product 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.
 

Ingredients

 

Vet Aid is a very effective all natural wound care product that is revolutionizing the face of Veterinary Medicine.

Vet Aid’s patented Sea Salt and Lysozyme formula cleans and heals wounds, and prevents and treats infections.

Lysozyme is a natural protein that is part of every animal’s innate immune system, this protein has antibiotic properties. The lysozyme works synergistically with the sea salts many elements and minerals to accelerate the healing process.

 

“Vet Aid is an amazing product and I recommend to all of my clients as the first product to reach for when dealing with any injury or infection that affects the skin.”
-Equine veterinarian Martine Rodgers DVM, MS 
These products can be used for many conditions including but not limited to:
 
  • Cuts
  • Scrapes
  • Burns
  • Surgical incisions, and post operative infections
  • Skin infections, including pyoderma and hot spots
  • Sun burn and insect bites
  • Any wound that breaks and involves the skin and mucous membranes
“I have used Vet Aid for many skin lesions from hot spots to burns, lacerations and surgical sites.  It sped up the healing process by a t least 3-4 days in most cases if not more.  I love the fact that it is easy to use and the animals tolerate it extremely well.  My clients also loved the product and several came back and got more to keep around for unexpected emergencies.   I highly recommend Vet Aid no matter how large or small the problem is.”
-Small animal veterinarian Cherry Douglas DVM