Dog wounds and dog bruises happen. It's a part of a dog's life.
For pain relief, be very careful what pills you give your dog. Only aspirin is safe, and only in low doses. Check with a vet if you're uncertain.
Ibuprofen and acetaminophen (Tylenol) cause damage and severe problems for dogs.
Safely treat your dog's wounds using natural healing aids. These are safe to use, tend not to conflict with other medication, and are over-the-counter purchases. And, it's more help than a dogs licking wounds on their own.
A quick-response dog wound solution for those 'ouch' moments. Spray works for everyday cuts and scrapes. Herbal formula helps prevent infection and encourages faster healing. Put 12 unique herbal ingredients to work for your dog.
A stronger version of Arnica Assist, just for dogs. This bruise and sprain alternative has 18 different ingredients on top of arnica flower, chosen to enhance the effects. Designed for sprains, torn ligaments, bruises, and joint pain.
A healing, rebuilding, and rejuvenating salve, just for dogs. Herbal anti-inflammatory extracts help your dog stay comfortable while bacteria-fighters do the heavy protective lifting. For healing and handling ringworm, poison oak, and poison ivy.
Have a dog with skin allergies? Even if you don't see any symptoms now, when they do happen your dog will want relief, fast. Herbal extracts help counteract itching and pain while speeding along recovery. Herbal antiseptics help skin infections too.
Designed for dogs that lick or chew their paws, or dogs that are hard on their paws through wear-and-tear or tough weather. Helps promote healing with herbs that have antiseptic and anti-fungal qualities. 12 ingredients to soothe irritation. Lick safe!
Disclaimer: CritterCures is an educational resource, and all information herein is strictly for educational purposes. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure diseases, nor is it meant to replace the (prescribed) treatment or recommendations of your veterinarian or healthcare provider. Always inform your veterinarian or healthcare provider of any products that your pet are taking, including herbal remedies and supplements.